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Best Buy pulls the trigger on a number of Black Friday mobile deals today, selling the Verizon prepaid Moto G4 Play, for instance, at $50.
Samsung has numerous Black Friday discounts up its sleeve on phones, tablets and wearables stateside, but nothing on the Galaxy S7.
Anyone remember the Samsung Galaxy View mega-tablet? It's never been cheaper than today, going for $350 at Best Buy and eBay, down from $450.
Taking a (weird) page from Samsung's playbook, Lenovo is apparently working on a ginormous Android tablet with way better specs than the Galaxy View.
After AT&T, Verizon is the second US carrier to subsidize the LTE-capable Samsung Galaxy View, up for grabs at $600 on full retail.
It's a huge 18.4-inch Android tablet. But with the price starting out at $549, the question is: how low can we go?
It's not Black Friday yet, but the Samsung Galaxy View needs a trim to increase its wow factor in a Wi-Fi-only variation, and that's exactly what it gets.
Somehow, the AT&T Samsung Galaxy View LTE edition will sell for the same as the WiFi-only version - yet with more storage.
The mobile world got a little crazy this week with the shatterproof Droid Turbo 2 and the 18-inch Samsung Galaxy View. Come help us dissect them!
Following yesterday's launch confirmation, today news on Samsung Galaxy View pricing and release timing arrives.
With the Samsung Galaxy View launch now official, Android users have access to one of the largest commercial tablets around.
Curious to find out even more about the Samsung Galaxy View prior to the 18.4-inch tab's formal introduction? A user manual lays it all out on the table.
It appears the gigantic Samsung Galaxy View tablet will cost 600 bucks stateside in a 4G LTE-enabled flavor, with a tiny battery and low-res screen in tow.
The latest set of Samsung Galaxy View pics to leak offers new insight into just how that distinctive stand might work.
Newly leaked Samsung Galaxy View images sure make this tablet seem less like a portable device, and more like a desktop terminal.
The oft-rumored Samsung Galaxy View is most likely headed to AT&T with 4G LTE support in tow, based on a recent FCC listing.
According to serial leaker @evleaks, the Samsung Galaxy View will indeed sport a 1,080p 18-inch screen, octa-core Exynos chip, as well as 5,700 mAh battery.
See why these recently uncovered Samsung Galaxy View specs are a bit of a mixed bag.
Samsung's big new Galaxy View tablet keeps dropping more and more breadcrumbs on its trail to an ultimate launch.