Not so fast, researchers: Samsung is now saying that their return rate for the Galaxy Tab is actually less than two percent, according to ZD Net. This new information comes to light after ITG Investment Research reported that by January 2011, 16 percent of all Tab purchases were eventually returned.
There’s no explanation as to why there’s such a big discrepancy between the numbers. Samsung did recently extoll the sales of their Galaxy Tab – only to have to eat their words a few months later. They claimed that they sold two million Galaxy Tabs, but then later admitted it included mostly in-channel sales to partners and less consumer retail purchases.
One figure comes from an independent research body and the other comes from a company’s internal figures, so which one do you believe?
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