Samsung is currently preparing to launch a new tablet — Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. The device, which has already appeared on GFXBench and WiFi Alliance, has now been certified by EEC in Russia. Along with this Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 (SM-T835), another device from the South Korea-based company with model number SM-T595 has been certified, but no details are available regarding that device.
Based on the previous reports, the Galaxy Tab S4 is expected to come with a 10.5-inch display having a screen resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. This suggests that the device’s display will have a 16:10 aspect ratio.
Under the hood, the tablet will be powered by Qualcomm‘s Snapdragon 835 octa-core processor along with Adreno 540 graphics processor and 4GB of RAM. It’ll pack 64GB of internal storage and will come with a microSD card slot that will allow users to further expand the storage capacity up to 256GB.
On the back side, there’ll be a 12-Megapixel single camera sensor and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera for taking selfies and video calling. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is expecting to be running Android Oreo operating system out of the box, with the company’s own custom user interface on top. The tablet will be powered by a 6,000mAh non-removable battery.
Samsung had launched the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February last year. The company did not launch the Galaxy Tab S3’s successor at MWC this year, maybe because of the decline in the tablet industry.
However, the Galaxy Tab S4 could get launched in the coming weeks, or the company may use the IFA 2018 tech trade show platform that is scheduled to take place in September at Berlin, Germany. While the pricing is also not known, reports indicate that the device might come at a price of around $599-$649.