1 million Samsung Galaxy Tabs already sold

Less than two weeks ago, we reported that Samsung shipped 700,000 Galaxy Tabs worldwide.

Now Samsung announced that its first Android tablet has been sold in more than 1 million units – this coming roughly two months after the Tab was first launched.

Samsung hopes to sell at least 1.5 million tablets before the year’s end – and with the holiday season upon us, it will most likely do it.

In case you don’t know yet, the Galaxy Tab is available in lots of markets around the world, including the US, where all four major carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile) are offering the Android 2.2 tablet, with or without contract.

Via Daum, Samsung Hub

Author: Florin

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  • Anonymous

    I’m one of those people and I am posting this from my galaxy tab. Love this thing.

  • Kac

    Why would people pay for two wireless data services (phone+tablet)???? I want to buy a tablet, but without any data plan, and tether through my phone via wifi. This works perfectly fine with my laptop, but the compact tablet is clearly better choice. Now, would I pay $600 for Samsung? I don’t think so. I rather go with base iPad, or pick one of those chinese brand creations for under $300… I believe Samsung won’t succeed with this tablet unless they lower the price…