Samsung today announced the SamsungGalaxy Tab S4, a new 2-in-1 Android tablet that comes with Samsung DeX, a jumbo size battery, and the refined S Pen. Let's explore device further.
For the first time Samsung bringing DeX to a tablet. When connected to the optional Book Cover Keyboard or launched from the Quick Panel, the Galaxy Tab S4 powers on Samsung DeX that change the tablet environment from Android to a desktop PC experience.
Moving to the redefined S-Pen that comes inside the box, users can take notes through Screen-Off Memo feature. S Pen also works with Bixby vision to navigate, translate and organize note through Samsung Notes and could also personalize them through Samsung Live message.
The Galaxy Tab S4 features a large 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display with 16:10 screen ratio and resolution are 2560×1600, 287 pixels per inch (PPI). powered by Snapdragon 835 SoC combined with 4GB RAM+64GB/256GB internal storage which could expandable up to 400GB via microSD card.
It comes with a whopping 7,300 mAh battery with fast charging (USB-C) that supports 16-hours of video playback and ships with Android 8.1 Oreo onboard. For photography an video calls, the tablet features a 13MP (F1.9) AF rear camera and an 8MP (F1.9) front-facing camera.
Tab S4 is secured by Samsung Knox and also supports Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity alongside sensors including Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope, RGB, Proximity, Iris Scanner (unlock), Hall Sensor.
To ensure full entertainment, The Galaxy Tab S4 brings an extraordinary sound quality to its users by featuring four speakers tuned by AKG and Dolby Atmos immersive sound technology.
Other features of the device include support for SmartThings app backed by Bixby to monitor and control users smart home devices right from the tablet. Another one is 'Daily Board' which allows users to view favorite photos and everyday information such as the weather.
“With the Galaxy Tab S4, we’re introducing a premium tablet, equipped with Samsung DeX that helps consumers perform their absolute best wherever they go," said DJ Koh, President, and CEO of Samsung Electronics.