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Samsung's tablet army helps Android march past iOS as top tablet platform


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Posted by Tsepz_GP


All this has happened before and all this will happen again. The latest numbers from Canalys show that Android has now overtaken iOS as the world’s most-used tablet operating system, thanks largely to a flood of smaller devices put on the market by Samsung. Overall Canalys found that Samsung’s tablet shipments nearly quadrupled between the second quarter of 2012 and the second quarter of 2013, going from just 1.9 million last year to 7.4 million this year. Samsung wasn’t the only manufacturer to show a big increase in tablet shipments, however, as Amazon’s shipments grew from 425,000 in Q2 2012 to 1.55 million in Q2 2013 while Lenovo’s tablet shipments grew from 354,000 in Q2 2012 to 1.5 million in Q2 2013. Canalys also says that Apple’s tablet shipments have actually declined year-over-year, going from more than 17 million in the second quarter last year to 14.6 million in the second quarter this year.

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Android overtakes iOS with 53% market share in tablets

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[ This Message was edited by: Tsepz_GP on 2013-08-03 11:55 ]



Posted by hihihans
Yes! Finally a 20" tablet
I always find it hard to believe those numbers. I don't say they ain't true but selling millions each month makes me dazzle
If I take me and my wifes direct family there are only 3 tablets for 11 persons.

Posted by Marly

On 2013-08-03 13:57:00, hihihans wrote:
Yes! Finally a 20" tablet

I always find it hard to believe those numbers. I don't say they ain't true but selling millions each month makes me dazzle

If I take me and my wifes direct family there are only 3 tablets for 11 persons.



The word "shipped" does the trick here, as usual with those kind of numbers. Some manufacturers use the word "sold", but Samsung numbers are always "shipped". They're not all in the hands of the customers yet, a lot are still lying around with the carriers or retailers, hence "shipped", which is not the same as "sold", but looks better in the statistics
[ This Message was edited by: Marly on 2013-08-03 14:18 ]


Posted by randomuser
AFAIK every manufacturer gives out shipment numbers and not "sold" numbers.

Posted by Marly
I remember reading numbers of devices that had actually been sold in the past, though.
But that's not important anyways, these figures are easy to manipulate, depending on the results you expect to get from them
[ This Message was edited by: Marly on 2013-08-03 15:32 ]


Posted by Bonovox
I always wanna know that is it shipped or sold?? How many are still on shelves after being shipped?? I have yet to buy a tablet


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