Samsung hits back claiming the return rate of the Galaxy Tab is 2% rather than 16%

Samsung hits back claiming the return rate of the Galaxy Tab is 2% rather than 16%
Not one or two thinkers have said that every thing we think and see is nothing more than a perception of the brain, and yet, there is a fine line between what's real and what's not. However, two disputes related to Samsung are blurring this line a bit, so judge for yourselves.

First, it was the controversy whether Samsung has sold 2 million Galaxy Tab units, or it has merely shipped 2 million Galaxy Tab units to retailers and carriers.

Now the Korean manufacturer is in the midst of another dispute - it was widely reported that the return rate of the Samsung Galaxy Tab is 15-16%, which, if true, undoubtedly proves that the iPad is standing its ground.

It didn't take long before Samsung responded through its official blog, claiming these figures are pure fiction and the return rate is "below 2%," (which is similar to the iPad's return rate):

"The return rate of the Galaxy Tab in the US as claimed by an North American marketresearch firm is incorrect. According to Samsung Electronics Mobile Communications Business, the return rate is below two percent."

The official response from Samsung makes a world of difference, since a return rate of 2% will mean one thing, and a return rate of 16% completely the opposite. Which version seems more likely to you?

via Samsung Tomorrow and UnwiredView

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Galaxy Tab
  • Display 7.0 inches
    600 x 1024 pixels
  • Camera 3 MP (Single camera)
    1.3 MP front
  • Hardware , 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 32GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 4000 mAh
  • OS Android 2.3.3

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