Although Samsung may be doing well with smartphones, they’ve admitted that they haven’t been doing so well in the tablet market.


In the Barcelona, Spain conference, Hankil Yoon, a strategy executive for Samsung, admitted, “Honestly, we’re not doing very well in the tablet market.” Knowing the deceptive habits of salesmen, this is a very outright statement from a Samsung executive.


One of the biggest reasons why Samsung isn’t doing quite well in the tablet market is because of its huge competitors, the iPad, Amazon Kindle Fire, and other developed tablets. Samsung has even tried their hand at an explosive growth of their tablet growth, from 7 inches all the way to 10. It’s almost as if Samsung has been testing the tablet market out, and using the results from there for their smartphone market. If that’s their idea, then it has been taking its toll.


But if Samsung’s executive strategist is admitting the company’s failures at a certain market, then it’s almost definite that the problem is even worse than the description; Samsung may be in grave danger of falling out of the tablet market.