Samsung Galaxy Tabs have grown in popularity over the last several months. The introduction of bigger Note devices like the Galaxy Note 8.0 and the Galaxy Note 10.1 has made things even better for Samsung. A new report has now shed light on how Samsung tablets fared in comparison to Apple iPads, the Amazon Kindle Fire as well as the Nexus 7 tablets this Christmas. This is merely a growth chart compared to last year’s sales and not the exact sales figures, which would see Apple still leading the pack by a large margin.
This growth chart claims that Samsung tablets rose by over 50.4% compared to last Christmas, while the sales of the Nexus 7 was down to 33.8% from last year’s 56.8%. Apple’s sales figures dropped by 7.3% compared to 2012 and Amazon’s growth was only 19.5% this year. These figures don’t exactly tell us how many tablets were sold, but it certainly paints a picture on how well Samsung tablets have sold compared to last year. The Korean manufacturer would want to continue its merry run going into 2014 and increase sales figures substantially. With the new breed of AMOLED tablets set to be unveiled in 2014, it doesn’t seem improbable.
Via: Phone Arena