Earlier in this year, the upcoming Galaxy Tab S4 was found benchmarked with model number SM-T835 on GFXBench and HTML5 which indicated that Samsung is working on a successor edition for the Galaxy Tab S3. The same model number has been certified Wi-Fi Alliance which suggests that the arrival of the Galaxy Tab S4 could be drawing near.
According to the appearance of the Samsung SM-T835 at Wi-Fi Alliance site reveals that it is a tablet device that is preinstalled with Android 8.0 Oreo. Previous reports have suggested that there could be LTE and Wi-Fi only variants for the Galaxy Tab S4. The LTE model could be having a model number of SM-T830. It has been also found that the South Korean company is reportedly testing software builds with version numbers T830XXU0ARDA and T835XXU0ARDA for the Galaxy Tab S4.
The HTML5 benchmarks had also revealed that the SM-T835 is loaded with Android 8.0 Oreo. It had also shown that the tablet’s display will be offering an aspect ratio of 16:10 which indicates that the tablet will deliver good viewing experience while watching movies. It has the same aspect ratio as the first-generation Galaxy S model. The Galaxy Tab S2 and S3 tablets offer 4:3 aspect ratio.
The GFXBench listing of the SM-T835 had revealed that it features a 10.5-inch S-AMOLED display that supports QHD resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. It is fueled by Snapdragon 835 SoC and 4 GB of RAM. It features a native storage of 64 GB. It has a rear camera of 12-megapixel and a front-facing shooter of 8-megapixel.
The Galaxy Tab S4 may borrow some of the features from the predecessor model. Hence, it may feature AKG tuned speakers, S Pen stylus and keyboard.
Samsung had launched the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 in February last year. It is a known fact that the tablet industry is declining. Hence, this could be the reason why the South Korean company did launch the Galaxy Tab S3’s successor at MWC 2018 this year. It is likely that the firm may use the IFA 2018 tech trade show platform that is scheduled to take place in September at Berlin, Germany.