News of the Galaxy Tab getting returned in large quantities (16 percent to be specific) had spread like wild fire in the web world though Samsung has now stepped in to set things right. So in what can be seen as a damage control exercise to redeem the lost pride of what can surely be termed the second best selling tablet in the world right now, Samsung has now come with what it claims to the the actual return rate of the Android tablet which is below 2 percent, a figure that makes it at par with the best selling Apple iPad.
Samsung has posted on its blog: “The return rate of the Galaxy Tab in the US as claimed by an North American market research firm is incorrect. According to Samsung Electronics Mobile Communications Business the return rate is below 2 percent.”
The above should put to rest any fears that those who have already bought the device or are planning to do soon might have been going through though what is interesting is know how the research firm ITG erred by so wide a margin.
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