Huge Galaxy View 2 with Android Oreo gets Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certifications
Original Samsung Galaxy View
Way back in November of 2015, at a time when Samsung was riding high following the successful Galaxy S6 range and the Galaxy Note 5, the South Korean giant took a rather unexpected step by releasing the humongous Galaxy View tablet. And today, just over two weeks after it was revealed that a second-generation is in the works, the new device has received both its Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certifications.
As is typical with these certifications, very limited details are revealed about the product in question. In this case, though, the model number SM-T927A which is associated with the next-generation tablet has been confirmed. Additionally, the Galaxy View 2 name is listed among the certifications. In terms of what exact specifications can be expected, the listings do confirm that Bluetooth 5 will be supported alongside the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n ac connectivity with 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies. Moreover, despite the recent release of Android 9 Pie, the new Galaxy View 2 was certified running Android 8.0 Oreo.
Elsewhere on the spec sheet, it was previously revealed that Samsung’s new tablet will reduce the display size to 17.5-inches and should come packing one of the company’s own Exynos-branded processors. Additionally, 3GB of RAM should be present. Despite the tablet’s size, though, a stylus will reportedly not be included.
At this point in time, no exact information in regards to the Galaxy View 2’s release date has been provided. However, these new certifications do indicate that an announcement could be just around the corner. Once this eventually happens, consumers should be able to get their hands on the product exclusively via AT&T in the US.