Samsung Has Sold 600,000 Galaxy Tabs

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Samsung said it has sold 600,000 Galaxy Tabs so far, BGR reports.

That’s a pretty impressive considering it doesn’t have the same marketing push of the iPad. The tablet has been on sale worldwide for just a few weeks now.

This suggests to us that there is a healthy demand for an Android-based tablet, or at least an alternative to Apple.  Manufacturers are expected to start selling more Android-based tablets next year.

We’ll be diving into the tablet market, specifically Apple’s iPad at Ignition, our conference on December 2-3. Gene Munster will be on hand giving a big keynote address on the iPad, and iPhone.

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