Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 already got certified by a few authorities and it also leaked a bunch of times, including one time in a picture that featured an iris scanner in the mix. It had a support page published by Samsung France at some point. Today we get to see a sketch of the device and also its FCC certification.
We knew that Samsung was prepping a new tablet for a while now, but we were pretty unclear regarding the device’s debut date and features. The fact we have the FCC certification for the machine means that the launch can’t be far. This certification also mentions the model number: SM-T835, which is going to be the LTE compatible version of the product.
There’s also another model, known as the SM-T830, which will only come with WiFi only in the mix. The FCC listing also includes a visual sketch for the tablet’s rear panel, which shows where the FCC ID will go. The “Tuned by AKG” logo can also be spotted at the back side, meaning it’s going to bring forth an enhanced audio experience, which actually debuted on the Galaxy Tab S3.
Previous reports also hinted that the device is going to be powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor, together with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. It’ll also have a 7300 mAh battery and a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution on a 10.5 inch Super AMOLED panel. A very likely debut time is IFA 2018 in September. Expect to also see some pretty cool cameras on board.