Samsung has sold 600,000 of its Galaxy Tab devices and is on pace to hit sales of one million by the end of the year, according to a report in Korean newspaper The Korea Herald.
Shin Jong-kyun, head of Samsung's mobile division, is quoted as saying that tablet PCs will take a bigger portion of the market next year, and that the firm is expecting to sell up to one million units in 2010.
The Android-based 7in tablet has been touted as a rival to the Apple iPad. Side-by-side comparisons have cited the Galaxy Tab's portability and weight advantage, but noted that the Apple tablet's 10in screen offers a better video experience.
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