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Samsung Galaxy Tab sales hit 1 million, earlier than expected

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 05 Dec 2010 21:58 User comments (1)

Samsung Galaxy Tab sales hit 1 million, earlier than expected Samsung has said today that they have sold 1 million Galaxy Tab tablets already, surpassing their expectations.
When the device launched two months ago, Samsung said it expected to just hit 1 million sales by the end of the year.

The device sells on all four major carriers in the U.S., and on a number of carriers worldwide.

Both Verizon and AT&T said recently they were "encouraged" by Tab sales, but neither revealed specific numbers.

For comparison's sake, the market leader Apple iPad hit 1 million sales in just 30 days, and sales have recently topped 8 million.

Samsung's tablet runs on Android 2.2, has a 1GHz processor, a 7-inch multi-touch screen and dual cameras.

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16.12.2010 11:46

That is 1 mil people who have too much money to waste. Don't get me wrong, I have checked this thing out and it's cool and all. But it is $200.00 cool with no contract to use on wifi only as cell phone companies will gladly rape you on this thing. Now if I could get wireless internet from my Samsung Vibrant to connect to this thing and it was $200.00 with no contract, I would "consider" it but it still would not be a sure bet.

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