Images Of 18.4-Inch Samsung Galaxy View Tablet Leak Out

Posted: Oct 22 2015, 10:33am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


Samsung Galaxy View
Photo credit: Samsung

The Galaxy View Android tablet might be the next biggest thing from Korean electronics giant, Samsung, given that the leaks about the upcoming tablet tell a lot about what to expect when the device finally launches.

The Galaxy View tab comes in 18.4-inch size, and its sleek design is another credit to the expertise of Samsung at creating the perfect mobile devices for savvy consumers. It sure is large, but never like something you’ve never before, and this is perhaps the hardware made just for you.

The Samsung View lacks a home button, and this is perhaps the first time that Samsung chose to do without the normal home button in its mobile device. It must however be pointed out that having the home button in a device this large might look a little odd, not to mention the fact that it might compromise the perfect classiness of the Android tablet.

The Samsung View is not shipping yet, but it boasts of on-screen navigation buttons that would make up for a lot of things when using the device.

Meanwhile, it comes designed with a dock that is perfect for family and group use when you need to take a photo or capture some great moment on group video. The dock folds neatly at the back of the device, and this makes it easy to erect for handless use when in a park of large sitting room – giving it a large crystal display.

There is a front-facing camera on this upcoming bomb from Samsung, and it sure promises to be something to make social outings or selfies a great experience. You can bet the apps that will be loaded or operable in this mid-size machine would make your work and social life awesome, but then the tablet seems to promise a lot to come.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
Charles is covering the latest discoveries in science and health as well as new developments in technology. He is the Chief Editor or Intel-News.




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