Samsung’s enormous 18.4-inch Galaxy View tablet will have a kickstand/handle for easy viewing



Rumors of Samsung preparing to unleash a gargantuan 18.4-inch tablet have been circulating the web since back in August. No, Samsung hasn’t lost their minds.They’re simply one of the few device makers who actually has the cash flow to continue throwing devices of all sizes against the wall to see what will stick. In fact, some might say Samsung pioneered the phablet product category at a time when phones were barely pushing 4.7-inches. And guess what? Consumers ate it up.

Although this 18.4-inch tablet was initially only in the testing phase, it seems things are progressing nicely. The folks at SamMobile have obtained what appears to be a product video showcasing the new tablet. According to the leaked images, the tablet could launch as the Samsung Galaxy View. Pretty fitting considering the whole point of the large tablet is to give users a better view of whatever they’re doing on the device. The tablet is so big it even features its own kickstand with a handle to make sure you have a firm grip on it. Probably equally as interesting is it seems to be the first Samsung device in a long time to ditch the traditional physical home button in favor of on-screen nav buttons. Have a look-see in the gallery below.

With these images leaking out, we imagine it wont be too much longer before the giant tablet (gablet?) is made official. In the meantime, let us know if you’d ever consider picking up something this large. We wont judge.

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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