I mean just look at the packaging, the power adapter, the design of the box, the device itself, the USB cable, they’re different. Right?
Samsung said at the end of 2010 that it had shipped 1m of its 7-inch Galaxy devices, which were seen as the first real Android competitors to Apple’s iPad. However, according to Barrow, Samsung only sold 20,000 of the tablets. Samsung had not returned a request for comment on Barrow’s claim by the time of publication.
A claim by Samsung’s Lee Young-hee earlier this year that the sales of the first Galaxy Tab Android tablet was “smooth” was apparently misheard as slow. If what Andrew Barrow of Lenovo said is true or close to the truth, slow and smooth apparently mean the same thing to Samsung. Also, how many people you know would describe sales performance as smooth?