Android tablet shipments were weaker than expected during the fiscal quarter one of 2012. Of course, this was the same timeframe that the new iPad 3 was launched so some dip was to be expected. According to the latest IDC numbers, the best performing Android tablet was still the Amazon Kindle Fire although its shipments dropped from 17% of the computer market to just over 4%. Apple's share of the tablet shipments rose from 54.7 percent to 68 percent.

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Despite the gloomy results, IDC believes that Android tablets will make a comeback in the second quarter. Vendors such as Samsung and Lenovo have lined up even more affordable tablets, such as the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, to compete with the iPad, and Google is widely rumored to be doing the same.

While Android tablets may be floundering as a whole, they seem to be doing quite well in Southeast Asia. A recent GfK Asia report said that in 2011, almost two out of three tablets sold in six countries in this region--Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam--were using the Android operating system. And they are doing even better this year, with Android's market share rising to 70 percent in the first two months of 2012.
Source: CNET