Samsung Galaxy View 2 renders showcase new design

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NEW DELHI: Samsung is said to be working on a new Galaxy View tablet. Last year it was reported that the company is planning to bring the successor of Galaxy View tablet and now a new information about the device has surfaced online.
According to SamMobile, Samsung is working on Galaxy View 2 tablet which it might launch soon. SamMobile has also obtained official renders of the upcoming device.
As per the images shared, the Galaxy View 2 resembles a lot like its predecessor. The only difference on the front is the lack of Samsung branding and slightly smaller bezels. The tablet is said to come with a 17.5-inch display with 16:9 aspect ratio.

This time the company has redesigned rear of the tablet. The company has replaced the integrated handle and kickstand present in the old model with a hinged panel which sits at a 30 degree panel when closed. The kickstand is also adjustable and include a circular hole which makes it easier for users to carry when moving around.

The tablet which has the model number SM-T927A was also spotted on benchmark website Geekbench. The listing revealed that the device is powered by Samsung’s own Exynos 7885 processor paired with 3GB of RAM. The device is expected to come with 64GB if internal storage with microSD card support. The device is expected to run Android 9.0 Pie operating system topped with company’s own Samsung One UI.

It is also expected that Samsung might include S Pen support in the device. Rumours also suggest that Samsung might price the device around $599 and it is expected to launch by the end of May.
Recently, Samsung has released an official statement confirming about the delay of its most expensive smartphone — Galaxy Fold.

Author: Ayaan