Phones are getting bigger and better. So are tablets. Samsung has always been ahead in terms of tablets and they want to maintain it. We wrote in an earlier post about Samsung launching a 18.4 inch Android tablet. The phone has been named Samsung Tahoe. They have paid a visit to the FCC. They have cleared a the FCC and is now headed to AT&T.
Now that the tablet has been approved by FCC, the phone’s Model number is SM-T677A. The name A confirms that the device has been designed for the use with AT&T’s LTE network. This can further be proved by the AT&T logo on a sketch of the back of the tablet. Also, the flagship will sport a stereo speakers on the rear.
PhoneArena had looked into the FCC documents and has confirmed that the device will rank first in the list of size of tablets. The dimensions of the Galaxy View will be 447 mm x 272 mm x 512 mm. There are also rumors that the device might be considered as a laptop.
GFXBench has revealed some other features like octa-core Exynos 7 processor clocking at a speed of 1.6 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage, Android Lollipop 5.1 with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI. Sadly, the screen’s display is disappointingly low. It will have a resolution of 1080 pixels. This might be a reason for people now to opt for this device. We really hope that the device display would be slightly better so that people will be tempted to grab the biggest ever Android tablet in the market.