600,000 Galaxy Tabs sold since launch, on track for 1m by end of 2010

Galaxy Tab

 

Samsung has confirmed that its first Android tablet demand is outpacing supply and is very much on track to meet this year’s sales target. The Galaxy Tab that went on sale in mid-October has surpassed sales of more than 600,000 units globally and is expecting to cross the 1 million mark by end of this year.

Samsung says consumer demand for the product has been “robust, outpacing supply in most countries.” This optimistic statement actually questions the claim of an analyst who said that Samsung has halved the Galaxy Tab production in wake of poor sales.

As far as Galaxy Tab’s performance in Samsung’s home land is concerned, Samsung has managed to sell about 30,000 units since its launch on November 14.

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    • tracking system December 2, 2010, 12:28 am

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