Samsung (soon-to-be) biggest mobile device was teased in New York when they had their Unpacked event and has caught everyone wondering what this humongous tablet has to offer. Looking at the images so far we can tell you that it isn’t a sore to look at, proving that Samsung isn’t taking design for granted even if the Galaxy View is touted to carry mid-range specs.
A noticeable change from the Korean manufacturer is the omission of the home button, a physicality that’s been present on all previous tablets they’ve made. They opt instead for the more natural on-screen buttons that you’ll be able to see below.
On the back is where things get a whole lot more interesting. The attachment comes in the form of a kickstand, which has a handle. The photos don’t reveal how its held together, if there’s a locking system or otherwise but it does show that you’ll be able to display it in a higher or lower orientation depending what you’re using it for.
Here are the alleged specs of the Galaxy View:
Full HD (1920 x 1080) screen
64-bit Octa-core Exynos 7580 processor clocked to 1.6GHz
2GB of RAM
32 GB of internal storage
2-megapixel front camera
5,700 mAh battery
One of the photos shows a front facing camera for video calls, showing that the GFXBench listing could hold true. Samsung has yet to issue a comment but manufacturers rarely do when things leak accidentally. We’re hopeful that more info eventually comes to light about this gigantic tablet, who knows? Samsung might still have some tricks under its sleeve.
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