Samsung has a very large tablet in the works for people in need of a much bigger screen. An FCC filing was released a couple weeks ago showing some of the tablet’s design including dual speakers on the back of the device, and the apparent mid-ranged specifications that would suggest this tablet to be relatively affordable.
Now, we have a ton of images finally showing the front-side of the device in leaked promotional images. The most obvious change in this tablet compared to Samsung’s other tablets, besides the size, is the lack of it’s classic physical home button that Samsung has used since the Galaxy S3. Samsung will use Android’s onscreen navigation keys instead for convenience purposes, seeing how large the tablet is.
These images also highlight the tablet’s foldable back cover that allows the tablet to stand upright. The back cover shows an area near the top that’s open, possibly allowing the tablet to be hung on a wall. It’s apparent that Samsung wants this device to act as a house-hold necessity, and inferring that the Galaxy View will act as a mobile TV in the house or an electronic photo frame. The tablet also has an HD front-facing camera for video calls capable of 1080p recording.