The follow up to Samsung’s unusually large Galaxy view Android tablet has been a long time coming. 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. Well, it appears Samsung is finally on the verge of releasing the device, as a set of renders showcasing the design of the Samsung Galaxy View 2, the successor to the original Samsung Galaxy View is now making the rounds.
First obtained by Sammobile, the Galaxy View 2 looks set to hit the shelves with a slim down profile, though still big enough to cause a stir among onlookers. First off, the renders suggest the Galaxy View 2 will now include a hinged kickstand that sits at 30-degrees, while it has expunged the large handle included in the View1, though there is now a circular hole in the center of it, perhaps for easy grip when moving the device from place to place. Sammobile claims the Galaxy View 2 will get a more compact 17.5-inch screen down from the 18.4-inch on the View1 and is tipped to retain the same 1080p display resolutions.
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. Its been four years since the original Galaxy View debuted, so there are chances the Galaxy View could arrive anytime, especially with the emergence of these renders. We should expect to see the device debut soon, perhaps via a press release.