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2nd Nokia N1 batch had 32,000 units & 666,594 interested buyers. Sold out in 7 minutes

Nokia N1 sold outNokia N1’s first batch of 20,000 units sold out in 4 minutes and Nokia N1‘s second batch sold out too, though it lasted bit longer than 4 minutes. We reported this but we obviously didn’t have the sales figures for second batch.

Now, it seems second batch has seen 666,594 buyers’ interests and had 32,000 units to grab. This compares to 566,438 interests and 20,000 units in the first batch. While first batch lasted 4 minutes, the second batch did last longer, but was gone in 7 minutes and 47 seconds.

Second round of appointment officially began January 8, the same day Nokia N1, the user can at 12 o’clock noon on January 15 to snap up. Based on current data and statistics for this sales attention toll had reached 664096 , compared to the previous buying interest to increase the number of about 100,000 people, while the reserve 32000 all N1 sold out in 7 minutes, 47 seconds.

The 3rd and 4th batches have met the same fate (sold out) and now Nokia N1 is not available to buy before 26th February in China. We don’t yet have figures for how many units were there in 3rd and 4th batches but will let you know, once we come to know.

Thanks Xio-Feng for the tip. Cheers!!

Source (Chinese)

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  • Kamal

    Guys, we also need to keep in mind that we are talking about sales figure of a Tablet and not a smartphone. In last quarter only 76 million tablets were shipped globally. Can you guess how many smartphones were sold??

  • Asgard

    Are they stupid or what? Why not sell 666594 tablets?

    • Kamal

      This is the way Chinese vendors like Xiaomi and many others and even likes of HTC are nowadays selling devices. This generates hype and helps in saving some man-hours.

  • Prasenjit Singh Bist

    30k units sold out what a joke reminds me of someone guess who yes unxle Elop.

    Nokia is simply not confident why only restrict foxconn to china simply no one wants it other than 32k

    • Because it is foxconn that has licensed the Nokia brand (under certain terms) for this. It will decide where it wants to sell first.
      If only those 32k are/were the interested buyers, then you won’t see another sale anymore, right? But two more sales happened after that, so you sir are totally wrong.

    • JLIT99

      This tablet is still an experiment by Nokia, to investigate whether there is a market for Nokia Android devices. Now that the experiment has been successful, we’ll probably see higher batch numbers.

      I’ve never heard anything about Elop limiting production of devices, but if true then it was the right decision – they hardly sold at all. In four minutes, the N1 in China sold 2/3s the amount of entire Lumia 2520 sales for six months for the whole of Europe.

    • Kamal

      Prasenjit, not about confidence but this is an accepted device-selling model in China and even is being followed in India by Yureka, Xiamo etc. This will not be followed in Europe for sure.

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