Apple said Monday it sold one million new iPhones in the initial weekend, on par with estimates set by analysts.
The original iPhone, introduced in late June 2007 in the United States only, sold about 270,000 units in its first two days. Sales topped one million by early September. The new device is sold in 21 countries.
... but (later in the same article):
Still, iPhone sales pale compared with those of established mobile phone makers, like Nokia, which sells almost 10 million phones a week, or the Samsung Electronics Company or LG Electronics, which each ship more than 100 million a year.
A Million New iPhones Sold in the First Weekend - NYTimes.com
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