Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Leaked Image Flaunts Minimal Bezel

July 4, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung is one of the very few companies that value user interest atop ongoing trend. Be that the ditching of the headphone jack or the inclusion of notch, Samsung had shown the guts to refrain themselves. They haven’t just left the users with no choice. In a way, this is also true regarding its love for tablets.

Despite the tablet segment making way for Chromebooks and convertibles, Samsung hasn’t shown any lull in rolling out premium tablets, which still has a considerable fan base if speaking the truth. And now, they are readying up to please its customers once again with the latest version of its tablet.

Reports were already out that the South Korean giants were working upon a successor for its Tab S3 flagship tablet, and if new leaks are to be believed, it won’t take much long before we witness the official arrival of the device.

Rather interestingly, Android Headlines has now come out with a set of leaked images which is prospected to be the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 device. The highlight is the minimized bezels that could give way for a bigger 10.5-inch display in the device. The leaked image reveals thinner bezels with no logo on the top portion like in the previous tablets. This could be a suggestion that Samsung will have the iris scanner included along with fingerprint sensor in its new tablet.

The rear side sports a similar design to that of the Tab S3 and also features the ‘Tuned by AKG’ label. Additional details regarding hardware haven’t been provided along. According to previous rumors, the Galaxy Tab S4 could feature Snapdragon 835 processor with a RAM and storage of 4GB and 64GB respectively. There could be a battery jump as well to compensate for the bigger display. Additional details and the veracity of the aforesaid specifications can also be validated once we get closer to the release date, which appears to be before fall this year.

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