On Monday, a Samsung exec said that sales of the Samsung Galaxy Tab were “quite small” and revealed that the tab was not that popular among the consumers. Lee Young-hee admitted during the company’s fourth quarter earnings call that the sales announced until now were “sell-in” which means the number of devices shipped to carriers and retailers. “Sell-out” devices represents the number of tablets actually sold which were reported “quite small”, by journalists at least.
Today, the Korean company came in front to say that the quote “quite small” sales was misinterpreted and that instead, Lee Young-hee actually said “quite smooth” sales. Samsung event posted a capture from the interview on Youtube and you can access it bellow in order to listen to it.
Also today, ITG Investment Research claimed that the return of the Galaxy Tab got as high as 16%. This report represents the tracking of around 6,000 retail stores from the launch in November until 15th January which represent a grow of 13% in Galaxy Tab returns. The number went up to 16% when the holiday stats were taken into account.
Are you happy with the Galaxy Tab? Are you going to return it? Let us know in the comments bellow.