Engadget posted this graphic earlier today encapsulating how fast each particular smartphone was able to sell 1 million units.
Verizon has been trumping up the 1 million units sold figure all week for the BlackBerry Storm, but this chart helps put things into perspective. It took the Storm over 2 months to sell 1 million phones. It took the iPhone 3G less than a week. Success is relative, so if RIM simply wanted to add a touchscreen option to its fleet of phones, then the Storm can clearly be considered a success. An iPhone Killer, though? Not even close!