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Byline: Mariel Grazella, The Jakarta Post, Bangkok
A significant increase in sales of the Galaxy line has helped Samsung Electronics achieve a 40-percent market share in the Indonesian tablet market despite growing competition from other manufacturers, the company's senior executive has said.
Gregory Lee, the president and CEO of Samsung Asia, said that the sale of the Galaxy Note, Samsung's Android-operated tablet launched late last year, was "still going very strong" in Indonesia and the Southeast Asian region.
"We have also been very successful with our 7-inch [Galaxy Tab] tablet, especially those tablets with a phone function. That voice functionality …