New Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 renders surface online, thin bezels included
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 has been in the rumor mill for a while and, in addition to the usual leaks and rumors coming from insiders familiar with the matter, this upcoming Android tablet was also spotted visiting GFXBench and other similar websites. Now, the time has come for what appears to be the first official press render.
The render mentioned above does not come from Samsung, since it has been published by Android Headlines, next to an exclusive article. Previous reports mentioned black and gray as the two colors that will be available for the Galaxy Tab S4 buyers to choose from. The renders show a black Galaxy Tab S4 and the "Samsung | Tuned by AKG" text on the back. The power and volume buttons are in the same place as for the Galaxy Tab S3, but the display has thinner bezels. At last, we should also mention the lack of a physical Home button and the absence of the Samsung logo on the top bezel, which now probably accommodates the iris scanner and a few other sensors.
The specs list of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is expected to include the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage, 8 MP/13 MP front/back cameras, and a 7,300 mAh battery. The slate will probably run Android 8.1 Oreo at launch, which should take place in early August or at IFA 2018, at the end of the same month.
Until this new premium slate shows up, maybe it would be a good idea to take a look at the Galaxy Tab S3, which is still a powerful slate today, more than one year since its introduction.