Leaked Galaxy Tab S4 render reveals the new S Pen

The first official Galaxy Tab S4 press render has been leaked online and it reiterates what we know about the tablet so far. Samsung will reportedly switch to the 16:10 aspect ratio for this tablet’s display and that’s evident from the render. It also gives us our first glimpse of the new Galaxy Tab S4 S Pen.

New Galaxy Tab S4 S Pen

The leaked renders come from @evleaks who has a solid track record. The first render shows us the Galaxy Tab S4 hooked up to a keyboard attachment which will likely be sold separately. He later posted a side-by-side comparison of the S Pen for the Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Tab S4. The new stylus looks sleeker and appears to have a glossy finish instead of the matte finish of last year’s model. Gone is the clip at the top that made the S Pen look more like a conventional pen.

It’s unclear, though, if this S Pen is going to have the new features that Samsung is expected to introduce with the Galaxy Note 9’s S Pen. The upcoming flagship’s stylus reportedly features Bluetooth support which will enable it to offer features such as music playback control.

The last render shows off the back of the Galaxy Tab S4 and its white color. We get to see the new S Pen once again and it indeed appears to have a glossy finish. There’s no fingerprint sensor at the back so it’s possible that the Galaxy Tab S4 may not have one. It could rely only on the iris sensor and facial recognition for access control.

The Galaxy Tab S4 specs include a 10.5-inch 2560×1600 pixel resolution display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The tablet is also said to feature a 12-megapixel rear and 7-megapixel front camera. It will ship with Android 8.1 Oreo.

Samsung is yet to confirm when the Galaxy Tab S4 is going to be announced. It’s possible that the company may unveil its new tablet at the IFA 2018 trade show in Berlin this September.


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Please, could you let us know what sort of storage it is? eMMc ( like the 64 go surface Go version ?) Or Ufs 2.1 ? the eMMc storage is what makes the Tab S3 so slow and laggy !!

To realize this, just look at a speed test between a S7 edge and a tab S3. ( same SoC S820, but emmc for S3). and wow, it’s so sluggish…


It looks great – as a tech enthusiast I would really love to get the Tab S4 if it has: 16:9/10 aspect ratio, 2 or 4K screen, 6GB RAM (with Bixby, 4 is okay without it), fast charging and 5000mAh+ battery.