Samsung's 7-inch Galaxy Tab was once hyped as a potential iPad killer, at least before it was released. And now? Well, some analysts say the number of Galaxy Tabs being returned is as high as 15 percent, The New York Post reports .
"Consumers aren't in love with the device," said Tony Berkman, a consumer tech analyst with ITG.
Whether or not that number is accurate, we don't know, though Samsung did recently announce it had shipped 2 million Galaxy Tab devices. That's an impressive number, especially for a tablet running a version of Android that wasn't designed with tablets in mind, as opposed to Google's upcoming Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) platform.
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