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Galaxy Tab S4 support page pops up on Samsung France website

The Galaxy Tab S4 has popped up on one of Samsung’s official sites, or at least a Samsung device with the model number that should be the Tab S4 has. The SM-T835’s support page is now live on the Samsung France website, and while there’s no useful information on the device to be found, it does tell us that the Galaxy Tab S4 is on track for a launch later this year.

Galaxy Tab S4 might have a 16:10 display

The Galaxy Tab S4 has been spotted on a couple of benchmarks in recent months. At least two of them have suggested it could have a display with a 16:10 aspect ratio like the original Galaxy Tab S, although the display resolution was rather low in one of those benchmarks. Other specs could include a Snapdragon 835 SoC (yes, once again a year-old chipset instead of the latest), 4GB of RAM, 13-megapixel and 8-megapixel rear and front cameras, 64GB of storage, and Android 8.1 Oreo. Now that Samsung is listing support pages for the tablet, we should be seeing more appearances on benchmark databases that show us what the final specs could be.

For now, all that’s certain is that the Galaxy Tab S4 is on its way. The time frame for its launch is unknown, as there’s not always a guarantee that a device will be unveiled soon after it goes through important certifications or gets listed on the company’s website.

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BobButtons42
BobButtons42

If it goes with the 16:10 ratio I might actually consider upgrading from my original Tab S. I didn’t even consider the S2 or S3 because of them going with the fatter screen which for me would only result in a narrow image on videos with huge black bars.

TheSparda
TheSparda

The specs are lame and weak as hell. SD 835 and 4GB of RAM for a new flagship tab? Even last year’s ipad pro destroys this tab in performance.

alucarys38
alucarys38

Sadly, this is the law of the android device market. The best premium components ( SoC Sd 845, ufs 2.1 storage…etc,) are reserved only for smartphones. Maybe the
the renewal of chromebooks with better optimisation of android apps, will change all this

MStuart
MStuart

Realistically though, most people won’t benefit from a faster SOC on a tablet.

To me, it’s the display that’s disappointing, pretty much unimproved from the four year old original Tab S.

alucarys38
alucarys38

Well, it looks as powerfull as the huawei media m5 pro ( according to benchmarks ).
Maybe the new book cover keyboard will also offer a ” destop mode” to the S4. Hoping it will be not too much expensive because of the infinity display…

alucarys38
alucarys38

“desktop mode” ;-p

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