Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S4 has been making the rounds of the rumor mill for a bit of time now, but today the company has finally decided to make it officially official.
Samsung has announced the Galaxy Tab S4, which boasts a 10.5-inch sAMOLED (2560×1660) display with a 16:10 aspect ratio and minimized bezels on the top, sides, and bottom. It boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor under the hood which is paired with 4GB of RAM and will be offered in 64GB or 256GB configurations, depending on how much storage you need and how much you want to spend on a new tablet.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S4 has a 13MP camera on the back, a 8MP camera on the front, and a battery that measures in at 7300mAh. It’s running Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box, but you’ll have to work with Samsung’s proprietary skin here: There’s no stock Android on this tablet.
The Galaxy Tab S4 does include Samsung’s DeX software, which turns the experience into a PC-like environment. This typically is handled with an accessory, but Samsung has baked the feature directly into the tablet’s software this time around, and it says the Galaxy Tab S4 can handle 20 open windows at the same time. Samsung is also including the S Pen stylus in the box.
You’ll have to fork over $650 to get the 64GB version of the Galaxy Tab S4 or $750 for the 256GB variant. Samsung is offering the Galaxy Tab S4 in either black or gray, and pre-orders start today. Shipping begins on August 10. An LTE variant will be arriving at a later date, with Verizon, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular offering coverage in the United States.