Wednesday , June 28 2017

Samsung have reportedly sold over 2 million Galaxy Tabs

According to Korean news source, Yonhap News, Samsung have sold over 2,000,000 Galaxy Tabs worldwide, which isn’t too bad given the success of the iPad and the Gal Tab only being launched a little over 3 months ago. Being sold in 94 countries has helped Samsung sell so many Galaxy Tabs with a reported 500,000 sold in Europe, 350,000 in North America and 330,000 in Asia.

Given the success of the Galaxy Tab, maybe Samsung can push the limits and go with the rumoured specs we listed yesterday for the Galaxy Tab 2.

 
Source: Yonhap News.

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james
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james

considering the price, that is a great effort, there is no doubt it is a nice product, but it was just a bit too expensive. The LG G tablet is the one I am waiting for!

Buzz Moody
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The price was a ripoff. Hopefully the GT2 can compete with the iPad 2

Dylan
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Dylan

2 million idiots.

Buzz Moody
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Excuse me, I’m no idiot.

Buzz Moody
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I’m going to stick Honeycomb on it as soon as a Custom ROM is out.

Paolo
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Paolo

maybe it will get updated?

Dylan
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Dylan

Sorry bud, but with honeycomb coming out soon, it was a bad decision not to wait 🙂

Paolo
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Paolo

not bad…. considering it would be overshadowed in a few months

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