Nokia sold 13M NO 5800 but 5310 XpressMusic

6:19 AM Edited by Blony

. The first data came from sales of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic said it had sold 1 million devices. Although at that time a newly arrived United Kingdom and had not yet made an appearance in United States, sounded ridiculous information that emerged from that secured had sold 13 million in 5800.

Something incredible not only because of the problems you had with the XpressMusic touchscreen USA but because only two months passed since he came to one million sales. About 12 million in 2 months was not as much0? : P by more than the Argentines were in excited. That did not prevent, as always, some news and some lifting.

All the excitement came from Rob Taylor, director of Forum Nokia in the United States, said during the CTIA Wireless 2009 that the 5800 XpressMusic reached the 13 million sales in April.

But the clarification did not take long to arrive via the Twitter account where Nokia Conversations said: "We woke up with a HUGE mistake. An executive said it sold 13 million in 5800. He was referring to the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic.

That makes much more sense as the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic is available since 2007 and has a much lower cost (plus an ultra finite design that I really liked when I saw him) so the 13 million mark while still surprising is not so unreal.