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The Samsung Galaxy View 2 is another 17-inch 1080p tablet that is being sold by AT&T, reports Engadget. Its size implies that it’s basically a compact TV that happens to be an Android tablet. AT&T is hoping you’ll utilize it to watch the organization’s upcoming series, or else its current, DirecTV Now administration.
As the name suggests, this isn’t Samsung’s first attempt at a peculiar TV/tablet mixture. The first Galaxy View was discharged in 2015. In spite of the fact that we could get behind the idea it felt overrated at $599. Sadly, it doesn’t looks like that will improve this time.
Outside of the gadget’s enormous screen and muscular 12,000 mAh battery, the Galaxy View 2’s specs are progressively humble. It has an eight-core 1.6GHz Exynos 7884 chipset with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. On its front is a 5-megapixel camera, however there’s no camera on the back — most likely in light of the fact that taking photos with a 17-inch tablet is absurd.
The Galaxy View 2 is obviously structured in light of video, and comes furnished with a quad speaker cluster with help for Dolby Atmos. In any case, it additionally incorporates LTE and backing for NumberSync, the AT&T administration which enables you to share your primary phone number and make calls with the tablet.
The Galaxy View 2 will cost $37 per month from AT&T over 20 months, bringing about an all out cost of $740. It will be accessible beginning on April 26th.