In its first 74 days of availability, the Google Nexus One has sold an estimated 135,000 units, compared to 1 million in the same timeframe for the original iPhone, and 1.05 million for the Motorola Droid.
And that was at $499-$599 for a device that wasn’t “proven” yet. The Nexus One has no such excuses.
When will the tech pundits call the Nexus One what it really is: an abject failure?
[UPDATE:] To answer my question above, somebody finally did.