South Korean giant, Samsung mobile launched a super-wide television with a 17.3-inch display and introduced it in form of a tablet with 64GB storage, a 5-megapixel lens, and a massive 12,000mAh battery.
It is strange to see a big TV display announced in form of a tablet, it is gigantic, massive and unexpectedly large enough to meet your hand friendliness.
This is the Samsung Galaxy View 2, which is the direct successor to the previous Galaxy View tablet. Probably, nobody was waiting for this.
Samsung Galaxy View 2 is a combo of tablets, and wide televisions purposely made for your hands. It was officially revealed by US telco AT&T.
However, there are few changes to the design, including the bezels surrounding the screen display is much more smaller than the previous gen.
There is a kickstand, oval-shaped hole that can also be used for gripping the tablet. While the handle on the Galaxy View tablet is no longer available.
At the front display is the 5-megapixel selfie camera, comes with access to DirecTV Now streaming and AT&T NumberSync for receiving and making calls with the help of LTE support.
It runs on Android 8.1 Oreo, powered by the Exynos 7884 octa-core processor coupled with 3GB RAM and 64GB internal storage option. You can expand up to 400GB using the microSD card slot.
The tablet is backed by a 12,000mAh battery capacity, and does not support any back rear camera. The device is priced at $740, around Rs. 51,900.
Samsung Galaxy View 2 is available both online and offline from April 26, and you can purchase the device via AT&T’s installment plan for 20 equal monthly payments of $37.