The Galaxy View image from Samsung's IFA teaser. (credit: Samsung)
If you thought the iPad Pro was big, just wait until you get a look at the Samsung Galaxy View. This behemoth Android tablet has a whopping 18.4-inch display—bigger than what you'd find on 90 percent of laptops. The device has been spotted in the FCC database by Phone Arena, and according to the documents, it's coming to AT&T.
Samsung teased the device during one of its IFA 2015 presentations. The video showed a 16:9 Android tablet with the tagline "Think big, then think bigger." While the design was mostly the usual Samsung rectangle, it lacked a physical home button, something the company ships on nearly all of its devices. The tablet had some kind of kickstand—or maybe a case or cover—and the shoulders flared out to form little feet for the kickstand.
According to the FCC documents, the device measures 17.5" by 10.7". It has stereo speakers on the back and is packing LTE bands for AT&T. We also know it's headed to AT&T thanks to the "death star" logo on the back, pictured in the label sketch. This is just a citing in the FCC database, so while it's getting ready for retail, we don't yet know how much it will cost or when it will be released.