Samsung planning white Galaxy Tab S4?

Samsung planning white Galaxy Tab S4?

For its part, Samsung has remained silent on its plans for the Galaxy Tab S4.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is expected to launch at Samsung's hotly awaited Unpacked event on 9 August. The image above shows the Galaxy Tab S4 in either white or silver and doesn't show much if anything new other than possibly the addition of a chrome rim for the rear camera. He later posted a side-by-side comparison of the S Pen for the Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Tab S4.

Managing Director of Samsung Electronics West Africa, Mr. Jingak Chung, said the Galaxy J series smartphones blend materials with the most advanced Samsung technology.

As we've seen, the Galaxy Tab S4 looks set to follow in the footsteps of its predecessor with an accompanying S Pen, albeit one with a serious design overhaul. Also, the clip that was making the previous iteration a bit similar to a traditional pen is apparently missing in the new version.

The front-facing camera, IR sensor, and proximity sensor holes on the top bezel all appear to be in the same position as the Note 8 as well. Let's take a look at everything we think we know so far about Samsung's next-gen flagships.

In the above image, you can see a Galaxy Tab S4 with an optional keyboard and a stylus. Instead, the Galaxy S10 is expected to be Samsung's first smartphone to feature an optical fingerprint sensor embedded under the display. And although we can't say for sure in the images whether the S Pen will indeed come with Bluetooth, the leaked image suggests a major design overhaul.

The extra camera isn't confirmed whether it's on the front or back so what the additional lens would be for is not entirely clear. Might be time to have a second think about any plans to pre-order the Galaxy Note 9.

Among the latest details to come out of the rumor hole is how the Samsung Galaxy S10 might have its fingerprint sensor mounted on the side, SamMobile reports.

Apart from the Note 9, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will also come sporting design cues similar to their now available versions S8 and S8 Plus, respectively.



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