Samsung Galaxy View Price in Singapore & Specifications

Combining immersive viewing experience and seamless user experience in an ergonomic design, Samsung Galaxy View is the lovely tablet that you have been looking for. Read more about Samsung Galaxy View Singapore to find out more.

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Combining immersive viewing experience and seamless user experience in an ergonomic design, Samsung Galaxy View is the lovely tablet that you have been looking for. Read more about Samsung Galaxy View Singapore to find out more.

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1080 x 1920pixels

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S$ 1,228.00
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Cheapest Samsung Galaxy View Price in Singapore is S$ 1,228.00

The Samsung Galaxy View is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Samsung Galaxy View price in Singapore is S$ 1,228.00 from Qoo10. Samsung Galaxy View price details are updated March 2021.

Samsung Galaxy View Specs

Screen Size 18.4"
Display Resolution 1080 x 1920pixels
Screen Technology TFT
Pixel Density 120ppi
Battery Capacity 5700mAh
Battery Type Li-Ion
Weight 265g
Dimensions 451.8 x 275.8 x 11.9mm
Release Year 2015
Video Resolution Full HD
Auto Focus No
Front Camera 2.1MP
OS Android
Connector Port Micro USB
Processor Core Octa Core
CPU Speed 1.6GHz

Samsung Galaxy View Singapore - All About Making Big & Bold Statement

As one of the largest brands in the world of electronics, Samsung has been very consistent in building and designing amazing products that change the world in many ways. Designed to impress, Samsung releases Samsung Galaxy View in order to offer something totally new to the market. More than just a tablet, it combines immersive viewing experience in a portable design.

Expansive Screen That Reimagines Your Experience

Boasting the incredibly large 18.4-inch display screen (1080 x 1920 resolution), this Samsung tablet offers you a big screen for your immersive viewing experience. As it displays the images in their fullest glories, you will be viewing stunningly beautiful visuals that totally blow your mind away. In fact, you will not believe your eyes as you are able to witness sharper display quality that proves to be life-like. With such rich and vivid display quality, you can enjoy watching photos, videos, movies or even playing games! Moreover, you can display your lovely photos with your friends and family.

Enjoy Your Content Anywhere, Anytime

Thanks to its built-in handle, it enables you to take anywhere effortlessly. From your own room to the living room, you will able to carry this Samsung tablet without much fuss. In addition, the built-in handle is pretty handy as you can even use it to change the position of your Samsung tablet to adapt to different uses. For an example, you can use it to lean it back so that it will be an ideal reading position. Not just that, you can even stand it up so that you watch your favorite movie or match from afar especially you are busy with something such as frying or grilling.

Functional & Fun Design

At first glance, Samsung Galaxy View looks fairly basic. However, it is pretty amazing that it is designed with ergonomics in mind. In other words, you are able to hold it comfortably despite its large size. As mentioned earlier, Samsung Galaxy View features the fully functional built-in handle for you to place your Samsung Galaxy View in various positions. Besides, the overall build quality of the entire tablet is just amazing when you look at its sturdy construction. At the end of the day, Samsung Galaxy View boasts a functional and fun design that makes it different from the rest.

Highly Accessible Interface With Just A Touch

Emphasizing the importance of user experience, Samsung Galaxy View has been designed with a highly responsive touchscreen. Its intuitive-based touchscreen allows you to switch between games, movies, and applications instantly by just simple swiping and tapping. All you need to do is just tap to launch your favorite content provider and enjoy full HD experience. Hence, Samsung Galaxy View is going to redefine the way you use your tablet since it is definitely better than a laptop when it boasts a bigger screen that stunning visuals.

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy View
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
very big touchscreen, fast microSD-card slot, USB-OTG & App2SD, fast WLAN, bright display with wide viewing angles, decent battery runtimes, integrated stand...
that is fixed and only provides two positions, case made of hard plastic, no Miracast or MHL support, only usable in landscape mode (no position sensor), Video-App overview not very helpful, only 2.1 MP webcam, clattery buttons, uneven brightness dis
White giant. Thanks to its 18.4-inch screen, the Samsung Galaxy View stands out from the majority of tablets. This does, however, also affect the weight and the size. Where can you use such a tablet and can it convince in terms of technology?...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-24
If an 18.4-inch tablet sounds enormous, that's because it is. The Samsung Galaxy View has a larger screen than most laptops, and yet, it's an Android tablet.In a lot of ways, this is a unique device. In addition to its huge size, it also has a built-in st...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-22
Five smartphones in front of the Samsung Galaxy View.The View isn't a television and it doesn't pretend to be one. It doesn't have HDMI ports, a weak processor, and basic software. You're never going to mount the Samsung Galaxy View on your wall.The table...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-11
Great for watching videos, Rich audio quality
Unwieldy to carry around due to its sheer size, Boring, oldschool Samsung design language, Kickstand can't be rearranged so it's flush, TouchWiz underutilizes the screen size, Sluggish processing performance
Samsung's tablet line has always been a diversified one catering to an assortment of consumers. Recently, however, they've scaled back the amount of models they manufacture, focusing instead on a select few that are more meaningful. Still, it shouldn't b...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-30
I have a small eight inch tablet that I use primarily for watching English Premier League football via the NBC Sports Live Extra app, Netflix, Amazon Video, and Google Play movies. It's nice for watching this content on an airplane or during my daily comm...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-12
I can't believe how much I like the Galaxy View. It's like the 80s boombox of tablets—small enough to be portable but big enough to put out some decent sound and screen space. (The small speakers aren't awesome, so I used wireless speakers sometimes.) Car...
As enthusiastic as I might sound, I do not think the Galaxy View is perfect. It's a first swing at an odd new genre of devices, and it misses the mark slightly. Something's not quite right with hinged standle thing, for instance. I found myself trying to...
I love movies. I first watched Annie Hall on my phone. I fill my tablet with movies and watch them on planes. I still watch movies on my laptop, even when theres an actual television just a few feet away. This is why the Samsung Galaxy View feels so terr...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-11
Responsive touchscreen Volume goes really loud microSD card for storage expansion
No way to customize media streaming home screen Super reflective screen with poor viewing angles Buggy Landscape view only Not all Android apps work Screen isn't ultrasharp
There used to be a time when we had one main screen in our life: The TV screen. These days, we've got screens of every shape and size in our faces 24/7 — screens for smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops, TVs, smartwatches, and more.We've got a million...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-06
It's. unique, microSD card slot, Good battery life
Big and awkward to carry, Underwhelming 1080p display, Too expensive
Samsung's huge streaming tablet is a flawed experimentDoes the world need a ginormous tablet designed almost exclusively for streaming movies and TV shows? After spending a good week with Samsung's 18.4-inch Galaxy View, I can say that the answer is no. B...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-06
The Samsung Galaxy View has a big, bright screen with a useful built-in stand and handle for carrying around. Its homepage aggregates popular streaming services to make watching video easy
Its plastic kickstand feels cheap and slaps violently into the chassis when changing the angle. There are no ports for connecting devices like game consoles
While visiting a friend in her charmingly cozy studio apartment full of beautiful worldly art and bountiful bookshelves, another friend lamented her lack of TV, because he wanted to watch a live basketball game. She said she usually watches TV on her lapt...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-04
Lightweight, versatile design, Stunning display with vivid color, Great battery life, Easy to access TV and video content
Design can't lay flat, Can't customize TV home screen yet, Doesn't come with a remote, Limited multiwindow support
Grab your popcorn, some Bluetooth game controllers and a few friends. It's a TV/movie/game night courtesy of Samsung's latest creation, the Galaxy View (priced at $599). This monster, 18.4-inch tablet doubles as a TV, letting you watch all your favorite s...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-29
Great for entertainment, Vibrant screen, Integrated kickstand, Smart user interface
Not very portable, Low resolution screen, Needs more storage
Samsung Galaxy View Review: Last week we went hands-on with one of the most unusual devices in Samsung's 2015 portfolio; the sizeable Samsung Galaxy View.Samsung's billing the View as the stopgap in entertainment between the humble tablet and your televis...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-13
I love movies. I first watched Annie Hall on my phone. I fill my tablet with movies and watch them on planes. I still watch movies on my laptop, even when there's an actual television just a few feet away. This is why the Samsung Galaxy View feels so terr...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-08
In mid-January, as the afternoon's grey light faded into typical winter darkness, the MobileSyrup and BetaKit offices prepared to multitask.News slowly trickled in, as it does post-CES, but we had a task to perform that would fulfil both personal and prof...
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