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    Major US retailers are selling the Galaxy Tab S4 for $450

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    Last updated: November 5th, 2019 at 11:37 UTC+01:00

    The Galaxy Tab S6 may be Samsung’s latest and greatest tablet, but the Tab S4 is still a good option for many users even in late 2019. This is even more true when you consider the attractive discounts major US retailers are currently offering on this device.

    Amazon, Best Buy, Dell, and Samsung are selling the Galaxy Tab S4 Wi-Fi only model at an attractive $200 discount over its launch price. The discount is applicable on both the 64GB and 256GB storage variants, bringing their price to $450 and $550, respectively. Best Buy is also giving an additional 25% discount on a memory card of your choice when you purchase the tablet.

    The former flagship tablet has nearly all the important features you’ll find on the Tab S6. It comes with a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, 4GB RAM, 64/256GB internal storage, microSD slot, 13 MP rear camera, 8 MP selfie camera, quad speakers, and a 7,300mAh battery. It launched with Android 8.1 onboard, but Samsung has upgraded it to Android Pie with One UI earlier this year.

    Samsung’s flagship tablets, including the Galaxy Tab S4, support S Pen, making them ideal Android devices for note taking. Unlike Apple, the Korean tech giant includes a stylus in the box, so you don’t have to pay more for that. However, if you need a keyboard for the tab, that would be a separate purchase. If you are planning to buy the Galaxy Tab S4, do check out our review of the device here.

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