There aren’t any official sales figures for Google’s Nexus One just yet, but Barclays Capital analyst Doug Anmuth thinks that Google might sell between 5 to 6 million Nexus One units in 2010, which would probably make it the best-selling Android device to date. Considering that the Nexus One costs $530 unsubsidized, that would mean about $2.5 billion for Google, though net profit would certainly be much less. Do you think these figures are realistic, or is it just pie in the sky for the moment?
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