The upcoming Galaxy Tab S4 was spotted on the US FCC website last month and is expected to debut alongside the Galaxy Note 9 and a new Samsung smartwatch, which could be called the Galaxy Watch, at the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 9.
We have already seen images of the purported devices, which allegedly sports a dramatically redesigned front compared to last year's Galaxy Tab S3. The new one looks more sleek and shiny, enhanced functionality is also possible. After a year full of boring, uninspired flagship phones, Samsung is expected to completely flip the script right out of the gate in 2019.More news: Polar fitness app exposed location of soldiers and government agents
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. We can't say anything with any certainty at this point, but we've heard from our own trusted sources that Samsung is spicing things up in 2019. As for the dual camera setup on the front, the only other Samsung device which supports it is the Samsung Galaxy A8. To unlock the phone or authenticate Samsung Pay purchases, the user will simply hold his or her finger on the screen in a specific area toward the bottom.
So, if the Note 9's design really is (almost) the same as the Note 8's - would that upset you?More news: NATO braces for bruising summit with Donald Trump
While there are no hard spec leaks it is believed that the Beyond 0 will be an entry-level model that has a fingerprint scanner on the side of the device.More news: 'World's Ugliest Dog' Zsa Zsa from Minnesota passes away
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