It sure doesn’t take long for Samsung to achieve these milestones, does it? It wasn’t too long ago that the Korean company announced that Galaxy Tab sales had surpassed 1 million units and now reports are in that the Android-powered tablet has raked in sales of over 2 million units after just three months of being available. Considering that the Galaxy Tab is Samsung’s first Android-powered tablet and is probably the main contender to Apple’s iPad, it isn’t too surprising to see that the device has been in demand. The Tab’s top three regions are in Europe, North America and Asia, where Samsung has sold 500,000, 350,000 and 330,000 units respectively. Samsung is also slated to unveil the next-generation Galaxy Tab at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, and we’ll be there, so stay tuned!
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