Samsung Galaxy View 2 Renders Leaked, Tip New Kickstand Design

Joanna Estrada
April 23, 2019

Considering that no official launch date has been given for the device, however, it's safe to say that Samsung could give the Galaxy View 2 a bump up in the hardware department. The new kickstand has a hole in the rear which can be used to grip the Galaxy View 2 for transportation and the whole unit is probably lighter than its predecessor as well.

Like its predecessor, the original Galaxy View from 2015, the View 2 is a large tablet that comes with a built-in stand. Expected to arrive as the Galaxy View 2, the device back in August 2018 picked up one or two certification from various bodies, and earlier in January this year surfaced on the Geek Benchmark site but has up till now not been made official. The View 2 looks much more compact than the original, with a new hinged kickstand that sits at 30° when it's stowed and upright when opened.

We are not sure what upgrades the monstrous Android Tablet will get in terms of the internals, though a Geekbench listing suggests it could get 3GB of RAM with Samsung's Exynos 7885 SoC. The screen size is down to 17.5 inches, though the resolution is still unknown (or source had suggested it will retain the Galaxy View's 1080p resolution). The report states that the phone will be launched in the USA with carrier AT&T, but there will be a Wi-Fi variant that will launch as well.

The report also states that the Samsung Galaxy View 2 will sport a smaller form factor than its predecessor. However, there is no confirmation from Samsung for a launch event as of now.

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