Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 gets certified by the FCC ahead of summer launch
As expected from FCC listings, very little information is actually confirmed in regards to what the new flagship tablet will offer, although it does reconfirm the SM-T835 model number. Additionally, it confirms that this particular model will support a number of LTE bands along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth – a Wi-Fi only variant that is currently known as the SM-T830 is also said to be in the works. Moreover, the FCC certification also contains a visual sketch of the rear panel that has been included to show off the placement of the FCC ID. However, the “Tuned by AKG” phrase can also be seen towards the bottom of the rear, suggesting the new tablet will boast an improved audio experience.
In regards to what else the Galaxy Tab S4 will offer, previous leaks have revealed a multitude of details such as the presence of a Snapdragon 835, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage. Additionally, a boost in battery life is expected thanks to the presence of a 7300mAh power pack. Also, on the external side of things, the tablet looks set to boost the size up to 10.5-inches, with a resolution of 2560 x 1600p also set to be present.
Initially, the Galaxy Tab S4 was rumored to make its appearance towards the beginning of August alongside the Galaxy Note 9. But, if recent information is accurate, Samsung may be preparing a launch later on in the month at IFA 2018 alongside the new Gear S4 which will possibly go by the Galaxy Watch name.