It's been a while since Samsung launched a high-end tablet, but the wait could be almost over. A couple of days ago an upcoming slate from the Korean company was spotted in a benchmark and based on its model number it's assumed to be the Galaxy Tab S4.
Now it's been caught in another benchmark, HTML5Test, where its screen aspect ratio is confirmed as being 16:10. That's a bit odd considering that the Galaxy Tab S3 from last year used the 4:3 aspect ratio. It looks like Samsung decided it was time for a change.
When you look at the screenshot above, keep in mind that HTML5Test doesn't show the actual resolution of devices. The Galaxy Tab S4 will have a 10.5" 2,560x1,600 panel, the Snapdragon 835 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, a 12 MP main camera, and an 8 MP secondary unit. It will run Android 8.0 Oreo from day one.
Samsung is holding a big event at MWC in Barcelona this Sunday, February 25. That's where it will unveil the Galaxy S9 and S9+, but there's a slim chance we'll also see the Galaxy Tab S4 becoming official by the end of the week.
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I hope that the new screen ratio comes with an infinity display.
If only Android was customizable (unlike IOS or Windows) ... oh wait it is! Better buy the locked down OSes which experience is completely controlled by their mother companies... standards.
This, Chrome OS is dead w/o Government/School Contracts... Better they focus on Android on all platform instead!!!