Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Review
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is absolutely a perfect alternative to iPad Pro and one of the best Android tablets around. It comes with a similar productivity potential to Apple’s knocks, but with a stylus bundled in, saving your money with a Super AMOLED screen.
Though it’s impressive stuff, but along with faults. So, we decided to come up with a Next Samsung Tablet which is loaded with a wide list of things you would love to see improved for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4.
We are hearing Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 rumors which we’ve discussed below. And as soon as we hear something more, we’ll update this article. Meanwhile, we’ve written Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review including prices, release date, and specifications. So, let’s get going.
Listed below are the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Specs, so let’s have a look.
- Network Capability: 2G, 3G, 4G
- Connectivity Options: GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB
- Display Size: 10.5-inches Super AMOLED
- Display Resolution: 2560 x 1600 Pixels
- RAM: 4GB
- Internal Memory: 64GB
- Operating System: Android 8.0 Oreo
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Octa-Core 2.3GHz
- Rear Camera: 12MP
- Front Facing Camera: 8MP
- Camera Video Features: Video Recording
- High Screen to Body Ration
- USB Type C
- A microSD Up to 256GB
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Release Date and Price:
Normally, Samsung doesn’t launch it's slate range yearly upgrades, with Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 hitting shores in March 2017 whereas Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 not landing until September 2015. Samsung will keep following this trend and Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 release date Australia will be around September 2018 as well.
Whether it goes live early or late in the year, we’ll definitely see a new model with great specifications.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 price in Australia will be in the line with Samsung Tab S3’s which was released for $780.
Rumors and News:
A benchmark is a perfect source which comes up with real information and according to that, Tab S4 will list a 2.3GHz chipset. It is expected to see Snapdragon 835 which indicates Tab S4 might not quite be cutting-edge as that’s a 2017 chipset, albeit a high-end one.
Moreover, a 10.5-inches 1600 x 2560 screen, a 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 12MP back camera, an 8MP front-facing and Android 8 (Oreo) is also listed. The screen is probably to be Super AMOLED as since most Samsung displays use that technology.
We’re hopeful to see HDR content since Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 does and it’s doubtful that Samsung would remove that major feature.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Features:
Without a doubt, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 one of the best tablets around but still lacks to some extent. Let’s see how the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 can get closer.
It’s been 3 or 4 years since Samsung flagship devices have offered water resistance, but its shame to see those flagship tablets still don’t have. A number of people looking to use their tablets by the pool, in the bath or when cocking, a lack of water resistance will put them off and it’ll lead to a very serious accident. So, we’re expecting Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 to be built for all environments and occasions.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 doesn’t lack power, it’s loaded with Snapdragon 820 chipset which is a generation behind the Samsung Galaxy S8’s Snapdragon 835 one, even though launching around the same time.
We want to see a cutting-edge chipset with plenty of RAM and performance which can easily rival the iPad Pro 3 or any Apple’s latest Tab this time around.
A 4K Display:
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 got a stunning screen with a 9.7-inches Super AMOLED display and it supports HDR and supports the maximum resolution of 1535 x 2048 Pixels, but doesn’t have 4K unfortunately. If we see Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 with a 4K resolution, it could be an ultimate tablet for media.
Samsung always wants its users to dump their laptops and use Tabs, but they’re not quite up to the task, and that is mainly down to heavy multitasking. Tablets usually don’t offer a proper dock for easy app switching, apps menu works slowly and the screen is debatably a little overcrowded when you want to have two apps running side by side.
Perfections of all these areas would be great to see in Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, and of course, these improvements are necessary if Samsung wants to compete its Rival’s iPad Pro range.
The iPad Pro comes with 64GB onboard memory and goes all the way up to 512GB even though there’s no microSD card slot in Apple’s iPads. Just get your hands on largest size and you’ll get more space than even the biggest supported card.
The same we’re expecting to see in the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. The Samsung Galaxy S8 sports a 64GB onboard memory, so that should be at least 64GB. However, the Tab S4 will be newer and bigger, we preferably want even more than that.
A Cheaper Keyboard:
Whenever it comes to buying a tablet, external keyboard always cost a lot, right? Samsung designed its Tab S3 as a productivity device such as iPad Pro and just Like Apple’s tablets, you’ll need an expensive keyboard accessory to get the most out of it.
Samsung has launched their keyboards officially for AU$170 which is as much as some Chromebooks cost. In Tab S4’s case, our expectations to see the keyboard bundled with the slate, or at least offered for a lot less money.
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