The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 has just surfaced in a browser test, while one of its accessories surfaced as well. The Galaxy Tab S3 was announced back in February last year, while its successor still did not launch, and 16 months have passed. That being said, Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy Tab S4 soon, probably this summer, at least according to rumors, and this new Galaxy Tab S4 info adds more fuel to those rumors.
The Galaxy Tab S4 (SM-T837P) was spotted in an HTML5 test, and it was spotted running Android 8.1 Oreo. The Samsung Internet 8.0 browser app was used for this test, and the browser scored 512 out of 555 points, though that’s not exactly important. In addition to the Galaxy Tab S4 itself, the Book Cover Keyboard accessory was spotted in South Korea’s Radio Research Agency’s (RRA) listing. That Book Cover Keyboard comes with an EJ-FT830 model number, and based on that model number it’s probably meant to be launched with the Galaxy Tab S4. Now, if Samsung is planning to introduce the Galaxy Tab S4 this year, its launch will probably occur before the Galaxy Note 9 comes to life, and that phone will launch in August, so the Galaxy Tab S4 will probably drop in either June or July.
The alleged Galaxy Tab S4 (SM-T835 variant) was spotted on Geekbench last month. That listing reported that the device will ship with the Snapdragon 835 64-bit octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM and Android 8.1 Oreo, with Samsung’s custom UI on top of it, of course. That’s not all, though, the device also appeared on GFXBench back in February with a 10.5-inch QHD display, 4GB of RAM and the same SoC that Geekbench reported. That listing also claimed that the device will include 64GB of storage, and that it will ship with Android 8.0 Oreo, though Samsung will probably install Android 8.1 Oreo as Geekbench’s listing claims, as that listing is newer. A 12-megapixel camera will be included on the back fo the device, while an 8-megapixel camera will sit on its front side. The Galaxy Tab S4 will probably be made out of metal, just like its predecessor, and it remains to be seen how accurate this info is.