The trial today uncovered off a number of statistics on how the Samsung smartphones and tablets relating to the patent infringement case have fared since launch.
The report claimed that the number one reason customers return Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is because they thought they were purchasing Apple’s iPad 2.
By contrast, Apple sold 34 million iPads on revenues of $19 billion over the same period.
The Galaxy S2 smartphone has been the most successful device, selling 4.1 million units and bringing in $1.85 billion in revenue.
The company also offers a handful of other Galaxy Tabs (Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and 7.0, Galaxy Tab 7.7, 7.0 Plus, and 8.9), but the Apple patent case is focused on the earlier 10.1 Tabs that Cupertino claims copied the iPad .
In the most recent quarter, Apple sold 5.7 million iPads in the US and 17 million globally.
The court ruled, however, that Samsung can continue to sell its Galaxy Tab 10.1N in the region.
In late June, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was temporarily banned in the US for infringing on Apple technology.
At the time, Samsung said it did “not expect the ruling to have a significant impact on our business operations, as we possess a diverse range of Galaxy Tab products.”.
According to multiple sources, Samsung is also gearing up to bring the software update for Galaxy Tabs to the US in the coming weeks.
On the smartphone front, Apple has sold almost 86 million iPhones in the US since 2007, which generated revenue of just over $50 billion.
So far this year, Apple has sold 19 million iPhones in the US, including 8.3 million in the last quarter.
Samsung, meanwhile, has sold 21.2 million units of the two dozen smartphones that are involved in this case in the US since 2010, generating about $7.5 billion in revenue.
The most popular smartphone on that list is the Galaxy Prevail , which sold 2.25 million units, followed by the Epic 4G at about 1.9 million, and the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touchat 1.6 million.
The Epic 4G produced the most revenue at $855 million, followed by the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch at $764 million.
Also topping 1 million in sales are the Captivate, Fascinate, Galaxy S 4G, T Mobile’s Galaxy S II, the Infuse 4G, the Intercept, and the Vibrant.
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