Galaxy Tab S4 press renders leaks, has redesigned S Pen

by Habeeb Onawole 0

Samsung will soon announce a new member for its Galaxy Tab S series. Called the Galaxy Tab S4, it will be its most powerful tablet as it will come with a Snapdragon 835 processor.

Ahead of its official release, which is still unknown at the moment, though there are speculations it may launch with the Galaxy Note 9, press renders of the device has surfaced. The images were leaked on Twitter by Evan Blass (@evleaks) and they show the device, a Bluetooth keyboard, and even the S Pen.

Galaxy Tab S4 press render

The first image shows the Galaxy Tab S4 sitting in a black keyboard case. Beside the setup, is the S Pen in silver. The tablet has two speaker grilles at the top (side) along with a microphone. We can’t see the bezel at the far end clearly, which is likely the bottom bezel, but there doesn’t seem to be a physical home button there.

Another image shows the rear of the tablet, this time without the case. There is a single camera and a LED flash sitting in the upper middle part. A few centimeters below is the Samsung logo and inscribed at the bottom are the words “Tuned by AKG”. There is also the S Pen leaning against the tab.

Galaxy Tab S4 press render

The final image shows the S Pen of the Galaxy Tab S3 (L) and that of the Galaxy Tab S4 (R) side by side. The image shows us that Samsung has redesigned the stylus. As you can see, the S Pen is now rounded right from the top down to the tip. The button on the side is also slimmer. There is also a silver band in the middle with a perpendicular line. We can’t say if this is a second button but it appears to have a small LED too.

Galaxy Tab S4 S Pen
Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen (L) and Galaxy Tab S4 S Pen (R)

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Apart from having a Snapdragon 835 SoC, the Galaxy Tab S4 will also be the first Samsung tablet with DeX support. It is also reported to have a 10.5-inch screen with a 16:10 aspect ratio.


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