Galaxy Unpacked 2019, Samsung’s major event, is coming soon and there is a possibility that we might be offered a look at a new Samsung tablet, the Galaxy View 2. Apart from the flagship smartphones, we might also see this device. We have recently seen on the benchmarking site Geekbench a tablet carrying a code SM-T927A, and it might be the one mentioned above. This tablet has also been seen on other platforms such as Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth, but that happened months ago. We think that we can at least hope that what we have seen on Geekbench is the new tablet from Samsung.
Moderate Specifications, But Large Display
The best specification about this tablet is its display. Samsung Galaxy View 2’s display will measure 17.5 inches. You might think this size is way too big for a tablet, but a few years ago in 2015, the company launched a tablet measuring 18.4 inches. The Samsung Galaxy View 2 will be equipped with the company’s in-house CPU, the octa-core Exynos 7885 SoC that offers a moderate speed of 1.59 GHz it will also be 3GB as evidenced by the report from Geekbench. On the same platform, after a single core test, it scored 1201 and 3988 on multicore. It will have the Android Oreo as its OS, the 8.1.0 version.
With that being said, it looks like this tablet’s user base might have already been decided by Samsung. It surely is not the top-end. Other tablet manufacturers also have products for specific user groups in mind.
What do you think about this tablet? Is it too large to be called a tablet or is it more like a laptop without the keyboard? However, this tablet will surely be useful for someone.
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