The little device we've come to know and love, the Samsung Galaxy Tab, had supposedly passed the 2 million-unit mark last week. But The Wall Street Journal has reported that during Samsung's quarterly earnings meeting, one of their executives, Lee Young-hee, stated that sales to consumers, and not just carriers and retailers, have been "quite small." But, she wouldn't give a definite number and said they are "quite optimistic" about what this year will bring.
Now, as many know, the Galaxy Tab is the first major competitor to the iPad from a major company, and we were really thinking it was doing well giving Reuters reported that Apple's tablet market share had fallen to 75%, and Android's growing to 22%.
But even if these numbers aren't true, we're definitely looking for what 2011 has in store for Android tablets, especially with the Motorola Xoom.