Just after surfacing in renders recently, Samsung Galaxy View 2 has now leaked online. The key specifications and features of the tablet have been revealed by AT&T.
AT&T has posted a video revealing some of the specs and features of the Galaxy View 2. The video has confirmed that the tablet will come with a 17.3-inch display having 1080p resolution. It will also feature quad speakers with Dolby Atmos Sound.
The device runs Android and comes with 64GB of onboard storage and have a microSD card slot allowing storage expansion by up to 400GB. The tablet features a 12,000mAh battery which is expected to last through out the day. Under the hood, it has octa-core Exynos 7884 processor clocked at 1.6GHz. On the software front, it will be running Android 8.1 Oreo of the box
AT&T has integrated some of its services as well. Customers can get easy access to DirecTV Now streaming and AT&T NumberSync for making and receiving calls on the device.
The earlier renders revealed that the display will have sufficient bezels on all sides. The device will come with a slightly different kickstand design than its predecessor. The new variant will have an oval-shaped hole in the kickstand for the gripping of the tablet. The hinged kickstand sits at a 30-degree angle it’s stowed and upright when opened.
AT&T confirmed to Engadget that the Galaxy View 2 will be available both online and offline from April 26 at around $740. It will be available for purchase via AT&T Next plan for a monthly fee of $37 for a period of 20 months. It’s more expensive than the original Galaxy View which was launched for $600.