Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 leaks with keyboard cover and stylus

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 leaks with keyboard cover and stylus

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 leaks with keyboard cover and stylus

Exactly when we'll see the Galaxy Tab S4 announced is anyones guess, but we do have a Galaxy Note 9 announcement planned for August 9th. Thanks to the previous leaks, we already know what this tablet looks like and what specifications it has under the hood.

However, since this image only showcases the front of the handset, it does not shed any light on how the handset will look like from the back or the software. In render earlier this month by Android Headlines, the S4's bezels appear thinner than the Tab S3, and the buttons below the screen and Samsung logo up top have disappeared. However, this may get delayed as the company is reportedly planning to debut a third new flagship phone series in Barcelona next year, the foldable Galaxy X line.

An offcial Note 9 render has leaked online revealing nearly the same looks as the Note 8 though there sure will be upgraded internals on the Note 9. If that is the case, the Galaxy Note 9 will arrive a couple of weeks earlier than its predecessor which was released on September 15th past year.

As we've seen, the Galaxy Tab S4 looks set to follow in the footsteps of its predecessor with an accompanying S Pen, albeit one with a serious design overhaul.

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Unfortunately, the leak only shows the front of the device; the back would have told us a lot more. Instead, the Galaxy S10 is expected to be Samsung's first smartphone to feature an optical fingerprint sensor embedded under the display.

The report further adds that there are three phones now under-development by Samsung in the Galaxy S10 series. All of this would run on the latest Android 8.0 Oreo. The tablet is also said to feature a 12-megapixel rear and 7-megapixel front camera.

It has an Infinity Display, thinnish bezels and curved edges, as have most of the new Galaxy flagship devices of the past two years.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus may be a long way from release but that won't stop the rumours and speculation.

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