Accorinding to Lenovo's Western Europe chief, Samsung sold only 2% of the total Galaxy Tabs shipped in 2010. This is a far-cry from the believe that Samsung had found a niche in the tablet market beneath the iPad assault on the market.
Is this true? We like to think that Lenovo had some information pertaining to this issue. Andrew Barrow, the Lenovo exec in question was quite specific about the 20,000 of out 1 million Tabs sold. The question then is where are the other 980K Tabs?
We'll have to wait and see what Samsung says in response to this. Lenovo has an interest in reporting this. After all, its has a slew of tablets it will bring to the market in weeks and it would like to make sure everyone understands the perceived failure of Samsung's efforts.
Personally, I don't think it's this low at all. I like to see proof. One way or another.