Nexus 7 sales accelerate: 1 million units sold per month
posted by Victor H. / Oct 31, 2012, 5:16 AM
We don’t have the actual accumulated sales figure as Google is careful to keep it a secret. This probably means that it has sold far less than the mainstream option that is the iPad, but closing in on 1 million sales is a solid figure to report on and it seems to be getting good traction.
Earlier speculations pegged Nexus 7 sales for the whole of the third quarter at between 800,000 and 1 million, but with this new information it seems the actual sales clocked in higher.
As the Holiday quarter approaches, the Nexus 7 will fight against the iPad mini and the Amazon Kindle Fire HD. It has the advantage of sporting full and unrestricted Android unlike the Kindle Fire, and can boast with a price tag of $199 for the 16GB version.
It definitely looks competitive, but it’s hard to say whether Google and Asus have enough of a sales representation to push sales to iPad-like levels.
Google Nexus 7 OS: Android 5.1 Lollipop, 5.0 Lollipop, 4.4, 4.3, 4.2.2, 4.2.1, 4.2, 4.1.2, 4.1.1, 4.1 View Full specs
- Display 7.0" 1280 x 800 pixels
- Camera / 1.2 MP front
- Processor NVIDIA Tegra 3 T30L, Quad-core, 1300 MHz
- Storage 8 GB
- Battery 4325 mAh
My grandma just got one :)
posted on Oct 31, 2012, 5:20 AM 6
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Not really sure what's your point in here, considering you're an Apple fan.
posted on Oct 31, 2012, 5:28 AM 8
Come on Google, Nexus 7 can do better
posted on Oct 31, 2012, 5:30 AM 5
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Nexus 7 sales are going to be doubled the current figures in upcoming months due to increase in memory at the same price with android 4.2 that has incredible features like multiple user accounts,3d panorama shooting,gesture typing, widgets available on lock screen and more....
posted on Oct 31, 2012, 5:33 AM 0
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Nexus tablets are about getting traction and spreading the word of mouth of the awesome user experience it provides.. setting a firm foothold for android in tablet space. As such, they can't compete with iPads in sales yet, but one day they will. Samsung achieved the same with Galaxy s line
posted on Oct 31, 2012, 5:39 AM 0
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Great tablet - waiting for the 4.2, which will probably be in a couple of days. Nice thing about getting a pure Google is that I get near real-time updates, but I still love to dabble in flashing the occasional ROM.
posted on Oct 31, 2012, 8:31 AM 0
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They do not have to push iPad like levels for tablets. They just have to make a big enough dent to hurt the proposition of buying a Mini or any other iPad. They accomplish that, they do damage in the long run, which is a much more valuable prize than considered either way.
posted on Oct 31, 2012, 8:33 AM 1
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The Media focuses so much of its attention on Apple, that it neglects the platform that has been growing and growing at an astonishing rate. Apple grew because of Steve Jobs' relentless quest to market a 30 year old company from the brink of extinction. While highly commendable, this new generation was snowed by a sparkly product that inherited the 30 year old DNA of operation. Not to remove any respect from Apple but, Android is a larger success story more than Apple due to a fresh approach and the short time its been on the market. It is further acknowledged for how it has saturated the globe with notoriety and usage. I think this deserves the ultimate in recognition. As a former Apple supporter, it is my opinion that Apple fans are ignoring the formidable effort on Google's part.The Android platform has actually improved immensely to accomplish the most out of every aspect in lifestyles at minimal cost to consumers. In the long run, this is where the rubber meets the pavement. In spite of some continued interest in Apple, I think most of the world's population is realizing that getting from point A to point B does not have to be relegated to a closed environment that institutes proprietary access and higher cost. John B.
posted on Oct 31, 2012, 8:47 AM 2
I seriously considered a Nexus 7, even with the multitude of issues, until I held an iPad Mini. The Nexus 7, just like Android tablets after the original iPad, will be competitive until next year, when the iPad Mini with A6X/A7X and Retina Display releases, then the 7 (Or its successor) will just be plain done. The difference right now is the N7 is competitive with the Mini on specs, but is a Ford Fiesta next to a Ferrari in design and craftsmanship. When the competitive specs disappear (As they have for every Android tablet after an iPad hits Gen 2), the race will be over.
posted on Nov 04, 2012, 6:33 AM 0
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