Apple iPad has Less Return rate Than Samsung Galaxy Tab
According to a recent survey it appears that the Samsung Galaxy Tab is being returned for whatever reasons more often than its rival tablet the Apple iPad with the Samsung Galaxy Tab having a larger return rate than the Apple iPad return rate of 2%.
According to an article over on Apple Insider by Sam Oliver, Digital Daily is reporting by way of the NY Post, that the Android sporting Samsung Galaxy Tab since its release back in November up until the 15th of January had a return rate of some 16%.
Apparently the figures come via Investment Research firm ITG who researched the Galaxy Tab return rate through 6000 US wireless stores.
According to the figure the return rate for the Samsung Galaxy Tab was 15% in December but increased to 16% after the festive holidays. Apparently ITG also tracked the return rate of the Apple iPad via Verizon stores and found that the iOS device return rate was only 2% since its release.
According to the NY Post, ITG analyst Tony Berkman, has said, “Consumers aren’t in love with the device.”
So it appears that the Android 2.2 Froyo packing Samsung Galaxy Tab isn’t doing as well as expected, although it wasn’t mentioned how many Verizon stores where tracked for Apple iPad returns. So have any of our readers returned their Galaxy tab for some reason, or are you happy with your device?