It looks like Andy was King of the 2010 Holiday sales, at least for the cell phone sales company, Wirefly. According to their sales report, of the top 10 items sold during the holiday season, 9 of them were Android devices! The CEO of Simplexity (parent company of Wirefly), Andy Zeinfeld, indicated the advancements in smartphone technology along with their decreasing prices were a huge factor in this success. He also went on to predict, ""... 2011 will be the year of 4G and LTE handsets. Carriers will strive to be the first to get their devices on the market, and consumers will be waiting with bated breath to get their hands on them."
Here are the sales details, according to eWeek.com,
Source: eWeek.comThe HTC Evo, on Sprint's network, led the list as the company's top-selling phone over the holiday season, followed by Verizon's Droid Incredible by HTC, the Samsung Captivate (on AT&T's network), the Motorola Droid X on Verizon and the Samsung Intercept on Sprint's network. The BlackBerry Torch 9800 claimed the sixth spot, followed by the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 (both are on AT&T's network). The Droid 2 Global by Motorola and the Samsung Fascinate, both on Verizon's network, took eighth and tenth place, respectively, while the Samsung Epic 4G on Sprint's network took ninth place.