Samsung Galaxy View2 official in the USA: when the size (video) counts

After a long series of rumors that started almost a year ago, Samsung officially unveiled Galaxy View2, the successor of its largest and least known tablet. The new device inherits the impressive dimensions from its predecessor, but re-proposes them in a more modern key. In an age where smartphone displays can exceed 7 ″, it is not surprising that the Korean manufacturer has decided to dust off the Galaxy View series – hastily sent to the attic four years ago, after a cold reception by the public – choosing to bet on a 17.3 ″ display in full HD resolution. Galaxy View2 is a tablet that focuses everything on video playback, so it can't do without quality audio, sanctioned by Dolby Atmos support, and LTE connectivity to enjoy YouTube, Netflix and other video streaming services even on the move. The rest of the specs speak of a SoC Exynos 7884 octa core, 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory, while the 12,000 mAh battery seems more than enough to guarantee hours and hours of video playback. At the moment, Samsung has decided to launch Galaxy View2 in the US – which can be ordered starting April 26 – in partnership with the AT&T operator, which advertises it together with its DirecTV Now streaming service. The price in the United States is $ 37 for 20 months, for a total of $ 740 (about € 665). We'll see if Samsung decides to take it to Europe too, or not. Video

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