+ Wednesday January 29th, 2020

Update:Android Headlines have grabbed a render of the tablet in black as well.

When you’re at the top of your game it’s hard to keep things quiet, and Samsung is finding this out the hard way again this year with first the Galaxy Note 9 render leaking this morning and now the Galaxy Tab S4.

Our ever well informed friend Evan Blass is the source of the latest leaks which show off the latest in high-end Samsung tablet design in white with the optional keyboard cover covering it and a White S Pen next to it. Evan has followed up with a tweet showing an image of the rear of the Galaxy Tab S4, and then again with a comparison shot of the Galaxy Tab S3 vs the S Pen for the Galaxy Tab S4.

The question of wether the new S Pen design is the same one we’ll be seeing on the Galaxy Note 9 next month which is going to be connected via Bluetooth, or simply an evolution of the S Pen on the Note 9/Tab S3 is something we’ll have to wait for the launch.

In terms of hardware, the Galaxy Tab S4 will apparently be running a Snapdragon 835 CPU, 4GB of RAM and 7,300mAh battery under the hood with speakers by AKG. The tablet will be running Android 8.1 Oreo with Samsung’s UI laid over the top.

Exactly when we’ll see the Galaxy Tab S4 announced is anyones guess, but we do have a Galaxy Note 9 announcement planned for August 9th. The more likely scenario is that we’ll see the Tab S4 announced at IFA in Berlin, but at this stage of the game we’re betting we’ll be surprised by Samsung.

Update: Android Headlines have posted a render of the tablet in black in addition to the white/silver model posted by EvLeaks.

Source: EvLeaks.

Daniel Tyson  

Daniel Tyson

Daniel is a former editor of Ausdroid, and left in February 2019.

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Noice, but I got tired of waiting for this sort or update and got a chromebook. Pleased to see tablets are not quite dead yet.

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