Samsung’s mammoth 18.5-inch Galaxy View tablet has been spotted being put through its paces on GFXBench recently, and now a possible LTE variant has cleared the FCC sporting AT&T branding. This variant goes under the model number SM-T677A.
From the FCC listing, we can see that the Galaxy View could be sporting dual speakers on its rear, the AT&T logo, along with the FCC certification. It’s anyone’s guess about what the two square items are between the speaks, or what the item is to the left of the FCC certification, although with a tablet this size, perhaps a kickstand of sorts? The Galaxy View is definitely not going to be the most portable tablet you’ve ever held.
Hardware-wise, the Galaxy View is believed to sport a mid-range level of hardware, which includes:
Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
18.5-Inch display with 1980 x 1080 resolution
Exynos 7 octa-core processor @ 1.6GHz
32GB Internal storage
2MP front camera
What do you think of the Galaxy View tablet? Does anyone else think the battery seems a little on the small side for such a monstrous tablet? Is the Galaxy View too big for normal people to use? Or is there a market for massive tablets like this? Personally, I could maybe see a use for the Galaxy View if there was an S Pen present. Maybe. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.