18.4-inch Samsung Galaxy View tablet is $100 off at Amazon

18.4-inch Samsung Galaxy View tablet is $100 off at Amazon
The Samsung Galaxy View is a tablet that offers a huge 18.4-inch screen, with a 1080 x 1920 resolution. Originally priced at $599.99, Amazon has slashed the price by $100, or 16.6%. If owning a gigantic slate is on your bucket list, now might be the best time to pull the trigger on making this purchase. Keep in mind that the FHD resolution on such a large screen, produces a pixel density of 119ppi.

The tablet is powered by an Exynos 7580 SoC, featuring an octa-core 1.6GHz CPU and the Mali-T720 MP2 GPU. 2GB of RAM is inside along with 32GB of internal memory. A micro SD slot is on board for those seeking additional storage. There is a front-facing 2.1MP snapper, and the 5700mAh battery provides up to eight hours of use between charges. Samsung has built a handle into the design, making it easier to carry around. The tablet supports Wi-Fi connectivity.

We're not sure if this is a permanent reduction in price, or whether you have a fleeting opportunity here to pick up the Galaxy View for $499.99. With Black Friday coming this week, it most likely is a temporary reduction in an attempt to drive sales during a competitive holiday shopping season. And that means that if you wait too long to buy the Galaxy View, you might end up losing this opportunity to save $100.

Amazon will also throw in a 64GB Samsung Evo Micro SDXC card with your Galaxy View, for an additional $17.99. That is a whopping 70% off the usual $59.99 price of the storage card. You can get both the tablet and the 64GB card for $517.98.


source: Amazon via AndroidAuthority

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