According to Peter Farago's Flurry Blog, all of the hype and hysteria surrounding Google's so-called superphone (smart just isn't enough nowadays) has done little to boost sales.
Using some indecipherable mathematical mumbo jumbo and software which tracks the use of applications on iPhone and Android handsets, Farago has come to the conclusion that Google has sold a paltry 20,000 units in its first seven days on the market.
Now 20,000 may not seem like such a small number when you consider the hardware costs about 350 bucks, but you have to put the numbers into context.
Apple sold 1.6 million iPhone 3Gs app phones in a week.
Not so super now, are you?