While the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is heavily anticipated to launch on August 9 in New York, rumors have also surfaced about the company unveiling its premium tablet, the Galaxy Tab S4 at the event. It’s not a big surprise as we’ve already seen a handful number of leaks around the device. But now a new hands-on video, gives us a brief insight of what it could look like.
The new video posted by Slashleaks, showcases both the white and the black variant of the tablet, which are said to be the only color variants it will be available in. The tablet is more likely going to sport a metal body with glass coating at the front and at the back. The video also confirms the fact that Samsung will be ditching the home button at the front to go with on-screen navigational keys. While that might have been to the give the device more screen space, the bezels on the tablet still look quite chunky.
Though the video doesn’t reveal any pricing or specifications of the tablet, previous rumors have suggested the device to flaunt a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display, which will feature a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels and an aspect ratio of 16:10. Under the hood, it is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC paired alongside 4GB of RAM, and 64GB internal storage.
As the video confirms, the tablet also comes with a single camera at the back, which has been suggested to carry a 13-megapixel sensor. An 8-megapixel camera upfront is also expected. The tablet will be backed by a massive 7,300mAh battery.
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GSMArena recently reported that Samsung will in fact launch the Galaxy Tab S4 with its Galaxy Note 9 smartphone at the NYC Unpacked event. The website claims the move to make sense as both the devices boast a range of productivity features around the S Pen. The Galaxy Tab S4 is also said to feature a USB-C port with support for DeX, which will allow users to connect it to a monitor and get a PC-like experience. The news was initially reported by Technobuffalo, although the page isn’t available as of writing this story.