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Top secret document suggests Samsung knowingly lied about tablet sales

11
Apr
2014

New evidence from the second Apple vs Samsung U.S. patent lawsuit reveals that Samsung grossly misrepresented its Galaxy Tab sales when it first started selling Galaxy-branded Android tablets, Fortune reports. In early January 2011, a report from Strategy Analytics citing comments made to investors by a Samsung executive said that Samsung had shipped 2 million Galaxy Tabs in under six weeks. The report caused a big debate at the time over whether the number was accurate, and over whether or not those 2 million tablets were actually purchased by consumers. Now, top secret Samsung documents from February 2012 reveal that Samsung’s tablet sales in 2011 were very weak, amounting to about a million units in the U.S. for the whole year of 2011. Meanwhile, Apple’s iPad

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