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- New information from IDC exhibits that Pixel telephones have but to cross the 10 million mark in one era.
- A graph shared by the analytics agency means that Google has sold much less than 5 million Pixels 6 telephones.
- Further, IDC additionally reveals that smaller Pixels promote more than bigger ones.
The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have lastly made it out into the world. At yesterdays Pixel launch occasion, Google introduced that the Pixel 6 sequence has been its fastest-selling handset line ever. While the corporate could also be celebrating the rising success of its smartphone portfolio, newly launched numbers from information analytics agency IDC paint Google as a really small fish in the Android pond.
Shared by Bloombergs Vlad Savov, who obtained the knowledge from IDC, a graph exhibits that not one of the Pixel sequence have sold more than 10 million items to this point. Thats a really tiny quantity in the world of smartphones. OEMs like Samsung ship six occasions that quantity (typically more) in a single quarter. Savov additionally not too long ago gave us a determine for the lifetime Pixel gross sales, which appeared meager at finest, contemplating the lots of of hundreds of thousands of telephones different Android makers ship.
Another bit of knowledge IDC equipped Savov is that prospects choose shopping for smaller Pixel telephones over bigger ones. Whenever there have been two sizes, the smaller Pixel has sold higher, tweet Vlad. Its unlikely this statistic exists as a result of individuals choose compact telephones over bigger ones. Our finest guess is that folk go for the smaller Pixel telephones just because they’re inexpensive.
Meanwhile, the graph above additionally contradicts Googles claims concerning the Pixel 6 sequence being its fastest-selling line ever. The chart exhibits that the Pixel 3 lineup sold more in the primary six months than the Pixel 6 duo. Its unclear if the latter overtook the previous after the primary six months of happening sale, however the graphic clearly signifies that Google sold more third-gen Pixels than the 2021 flagships.
Well be reaching out to IDC for more clarification on these numbers.