Tag: Samsung Galaxy View

AT&T announces Samsung Galaxy View 2 with 17.3-inch display

Late last year we were hearing rumors that Samsung will be releasing a second generation Galaxy View tablet. If you forgot about this humongous...

Samsung Galaxy View 2 may be arriving soon, images renders here

Remember the Samsung Galaxy View? It's the very large tablet-display released in 2015. It's the massive 18-inch tablet that was designed for the whole...

Samsung may release a slightly “smaller” Galaxy View

When the Galaxy View was released almost three years ago, people made all kinds of jokes about its size and how “convenient” it is...

Samsung Galaxy View now available on Verizon network

You might find it laughable at first to have an 18-inch tablet, but if what you’re looking for is an entertainment device that you...

The Samsung Galaxy View is a movable display, it’s NOT a tablet

If you think that the Galaxy View is simply an extra large tablet, well, you're wrong. We've been saying it's just a huge tablet...

AT&T to offer Samsung Galaxy View w/ DIRECTV starting Nov 20

The massive tablet that is the Samsung Galaxy View is meant for video watching and streaming. That is why there's little focus on the...
Samsung Galaxy View Android Tablet

Samsung Galaxy View tablet arriving Nov 6, price detailed

The Samsung Galaxy View is no longer just a rumor. The leaked images we've seen last week turned out to be true as the...

Samsung Galaxy View is massive 18-inch tablet for your entertainment needs

Samsung has recently announced the Samsung Galaxy View, a “tablet” which has probably one of the biggest screens in the market today. As everybody...

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