Samsung: GalaxyTab sales to end-users are 'quite small'

Samsung GalaxyTabSamsung rode to a strong fourth-quarter profit on the back of sales of smartphones running Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android platform. The company also recently announced it sold 2 million units of its Android-powered GalaxyTab tablet. However, the company let slip during its fourth-quarter earnings conference call that sales of the tablet to end-users are actually "quite small," and that the 2 million sales figure counts devices shipped to wireless carriers and retailers. The company did not provide sell-through figures (meaning, devices actually sold to end-users). Article (sub. req.) 

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