Galaxy Tab S4 TV commercial talks about its ‘supertasking’ capabilities

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Tab S4 last month without much fanfare. The high-end Android tablet has gone on sale in many markets around the world. As part of its marketing efforts, the company has come out with a TV commercial for the tablet. Unlike some other Samsung ads, this one is straightforward and sticks to the device without taking any jabs at Apple products.

The 30-second ad, titled ‘Made for supertasking,’ tries to shine some light on the multi-tasking capabilities of the Tab S4. The ad touches upon the large display, the new S Pen, DeX mode, Book Cover Keyboard, and longer battery life of the tablet. Samsung says it’s the only tablet “that lets you supertask” – whatever that marketing hyperbole means.

Galaxy Tab S4 is apparently ‘Made for supertasking’

To recap, the Galaxy Tab S4 comes with a 10.5-inch 16:10 SuperAMOLED display, Snapdragon 835 SoC, 4 GB of RAM, 64GB/256GB internal storage, improved S Pen, AKG speakers, 7300 mAh battery, and Android 8.1 Oreo. On the software side of things, Samsung brought the DeX mode from its smartphones to make its tablet more productive.

If you are interested to find out how accurate Samsung’s Tab S4 commercial is, you can read our in-depth review of the device. Barring the high price tag, we were impressed with the tablet in general. Sadly, since Google has given up on Android tablets, Samsung’s offerings have to suffer the shortcomings of the Android tablet ecosystem.

  • Model: SM-T830
  • Dimensions: 249.3 x 164.3 x 7.1mm
  • Display: 10.5” (266.7mm) Super AMOLED
  • CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
  • Camera: 13 MP, CMOS


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I’m experiencing a sound latency when watching movies on tab s4 (any player – samsung included). This happens only on speakers and wired earphones. My BT earphones work perfectly fine with no sound lag. Anyone experiencing similar annoying issue?


256GB?! internal storage – where on earth is that variant?