Samsung Galaxy View: Entertainment Reimagined. Samsung’s latest device has big britches to fill. In a new bid to dominate your living room, the new Galaxy View is now available through Verizon. At a retail price of $600, let’s see if this giant tablet is worth it.
Samsung Galaxy View Specs
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Other specs include:
- 1.6Ghz octa-core CPU
- Android 5.1.1 OS
- 2.1MP front camera
- 64GB local storage with microSD support up to 128GB
- LI-ION battery with 8 hours of battery life
According to PRNewswire, “your finger [is] the remote”, so unless you can pair the tablet with a Bluetooth remote, the Galaxy View sounds awfully inconvenient if you use it as a TV. It’s obviously too big to compete with the iPad Pro and other such tablets, so the View seems to be in its own, weird category, especially since it’s a giant tablet instead of, say, a set-top box. However, if a device like this sounds appealing to you, head on over to Verizon Wireless.
Users can add the Galaxy View to their existing Verizon plans at an addition $10/month. Verizon Plans come in five sizes, ranging from size S to XXL.