Not everyone is experiencing drop 3g or touch screen issues on their N1. A very small minority of people have reported these issues,
The fact that the device has all of these complaints when it sold so few units, further illustrates the point as to how bad it's issues are. T-Mobile thinks so little of the device that it won't even carry it in it's stores. T-Mobile probably had some early information into these issues to know that they didn't want their tech support resources to be overloaded by this device. That's why they're going to make the HD2 their flagship smartphone device instead.
Nexus One is a Google phone, not a T-Mobile phone, and won't be sold in any stores. It will be sold on all carriers but won't be in the stores. Everything, including tech support, is google centric.
Everyone bouncing around topics so much here it's crazy. So smartphone sales prove value of the company, is that what this is about?http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=1224645
Nokia on top with >16k sales for 3Q '09, followed by RIM with >8k and then Apple with >7k and HTC with >2k
Obviously, 3Q 09 would exclude some of the latest Android phones anyway, including the Droid and Nexus One.