Yes, if I'm seeing this right, it is just a bit of sloppy workmanship. The file marks on the radius of the laminate top suggests laziness (tool marks on a laminate top are a no no) and the fit between the edge strip should be right to bottom the top laminate.
I am a retired finish carpenter, cabinet maker and kitchen installer and I routinely cringe when I see the workmanship and fit and finish on most RV's on the market. I have rebuilt about half of the cabinetry in my Lexington, SO FAR. I was less than pleased to find they used wood grained contact paper to cover over large gaps between a few cabinet stiles...
The way they build these things, from the inside out, make them prone to poor final fit ups. It you're not aware, most of the lower cabinets and interior walls are installed before the exterior walls are hung.