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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 may have leaked with Book Cover Keyboad and S Pen

11 July 2018 2

A few days back we might have encountered the first ever look of the much-rumored Galaxy Tab S4. It was leaked in Black color, and now courtesy of the famous tipster Evan Blass, we are seeing the device in white color and yes, a stylus is also shown in the image.

The tipster hasn’t attached any other information with the same so we can’t comment on the technicalities for now. However, previous reports have conveyed that the device could come with a 10.5-inch display with 1600x2560 pixels resolution. It will be powered by Snapdragon 835 processor and coupled with the 4GB RAM and has a massive 7,300mAH battery.

The Galaxy Tab S4 is expected to come up with the iris scanner and DeX support.

It should be noted that the S Pen shown in the image looks different to what the Tab S3 came up with. It reflects that the Stylus’ functionality might have been enhanced. Blass has shared three images in total and in one of them the comparison of S Pen of the Tab S3 and Tab S4 has been shown.

A keyboard is also available in the image (featured above), however, this could just come as an accessory for the tablet. This could be the Book Cover Keyboard that recently got certified in South Korea by the Radio Research Agency.

The back of the leaked render shared by Blass clearly shows the “Tuned by AKG” label, reflecting the great audio quality that could be possible from the 4 stereo speakers. To add here, the Galaxy Tab S4 has also received FCC certification and spotted on benchmark databases.

Let’s wait for more information to come on this tablet.



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