By Stephen Schenck | February 8, 2013 12:51 PM
It’s not the thinnest phone around, nor the one with the best battery life, and it’s got its competition cut out for it with lots of new Androids on the horizon with big, beautiful 1080p screens, but none of that seems to have any effect on just how popular the Nexus 4 remains. While it has been tricky in the past to get your hands on the phone, it sounds like Google’s still been turning some brisk business, as estimates are now suggesting that one million of the LG-made smartphones have been sold.
This number comes from users reporting the production numbers of their Nexus 4s. A thread on the XDA-Developers forums has served as a hub for keeping track of this info, and it looks like the one-million-mark may have just been passed.
Perhaps that’s not the most reliable way to estimate sales, but it’s a start at least, and with more and more Nexus 4s shipping every day, it’s a number we’ll only see climb.
While Google still has some Nexus 4s left, if you’re comfortable getting the phone on-contract, T-Mobile has it for a mere $50 for the next week or so.