The new Tab S4 may bring in-screen fingerprint sensor.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is scheduled to be launched later this year, and with rumors already making rounds, the build-up around the Galaxy Tab S4 is an all-time high. In a recent leak reported by AndroidHeadlines, the design of the new tablet is out.
Galaxy Tab S4 seems to have thinner bezels, making way for a more extended display that might come with an aspect ratio of more than 4:3. The screen is rumored to have a 10.5-inch screen with the minimal bezel that has only room for the front-facing camera and maybe “Iris Scanner.”. If we go by the leaked picture, there will be no “Samsung” logo on the top bezel.
The leaked picture has confirmed the black color of the tablet. Before this, Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 was expected to be rolled out in black and gray colors.
The back side of the Galaxy Tab S4 is quite identical to that of Galaxy Tab S3. The only difference is in the Samsung logo placement, which has been moved down. The design and the camera placement remains to be the same.
As I can’t make out about the home button from the image, the possibility is that Samsung might have omitted the physical button. This has led to further debate about the fingerprint sensor, which was earlier expected to be placed on the home button. To take things a bit further, the South Korean multinational conglomerate can bring in-screen fingerprint sensor. If done, it will make Galaxy Tab S4 first Samsung device to adopt in-display fingerprint sensor.
On the specification front, Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC chipset, coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The device may run on the latest Android 8.1 (Oreo) and offer further room for upgradation to Android P. The rear camera might embrace 13-megapixel lens and 8-megapixel on the front.
The added feature may see Samsung DeX support to the tablet. And to keep the big boy going, the company may further pack 7,300 mAh capacity battery.
As claimed by AndroidHeadlines, the leak is an official press render which offers a clear picture of the front and back of the new tablet. Interestingly, this is the first ever confirmed leak of Galaxy Tab S4, which has given a talking point to the mobile industry experts to discuss.
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