It's hardly been a good week for Samsung. Not only has the company been forced to backtrack on its Galaxy Tab sales figures
, admitting it was counting vendor shipments rather than end-user purchases, but return rates are also said to be far higher than expected
. Considering the Galaxy Tab has been the poster child of Android slates so far, it's an embarrassing showing against the nigh-unstoppable Apple iPad
. Question is, was it Froyo that scuppered the Tab - a smartphone OS asked to do tablet duties it simply couldn't fulfil - or is 7-inches simply the wrong size? And, with Honeycomb
fast approaching, can Google's new OS turn the tide?