Samsung Galaxy View Tablet Spotted In FCC: The 18.6-inch Behemoth Headed For AT&T LTE Support

Samsung, one of the most popular hardware maker to compete with iPad Pro in the future at the market has its plans to introduce a new Android slate, which is apparently said to be the behamoth with a whopping 18.4-inch display – bigger than what you’d find on 90% of laptops. Teased at the end of Samsung’s Gear S2 launch at IFA last month. Dubbed Samsung Galaxy View, which has been spotted in the FCC certification database, and according to the leaked documents, it’s coming to AT&T US.

The 18.6-inch Galaxy View image from Samsung's IFA teaser.
The Samsung Galaxy View will be largest tablet in its Galaxy range, the device will come with an 18.5 inch display and will have a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, it will be powered by an octa core Samsung Exynos processor and will also come with 2GB of RAM.

The video showed a 16:9 Android tablet with the tagline “Think big, then think bigger,” during one of Samsung’s IFA 2015 presentations. The design of the Galaxy View was mostly the usual Samsung rectangle, but it lacks a physical home button, something the company ships on nearly all of its devices. The leaked one also showed some kind of kickstand – or maye a case or cover.

FCC documents also reveal, the device measures 17.5-inch by 10.7″. The Samsung Galaxy View also has a stereo speakers on the back and is packing LTE bands for AT&T. Thanks to the “death star” logo on the back, pictured in the label sketch. The device would come with 32GB of built in storage and a front facing 2 megapixel camera, there is no rear camera on the tablet.

The GFXBench listing also revealed that the Samsung Galaxy View tablet would come with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop when it launches. Listed at the FCC with a model number SM-T677A and it looks like it is headed to AT&T in the US.

Nothing is officially confirmed as yet whether this Samsung Galaxy View tablet will be made available to all of the U.S. Carriers or will only be exclusive to AT&T. FCC citing somewhat calrifies that it’s getting ready for retail, we don’t yet know how much it will cost or when it will be released.