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Deal: Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 LTE is $100 cheaper at Verizon

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Deal: Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 LTE is $100 cheaper at Verizon
Released in the US last month, the brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 comes in two versions: Wi-Fi-only, and Wi-Fi + LTE. The LTE model is currently available only on Verizon Wireless and, if you plan to buy it, we have good news - the largest US carrier lets you save $100 on the tablet.

Normally, Verizon is selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 LTE for $729.99 outright, $629.99 with a 2-year contract, or $30.41 per month with payments for 24 months. The last two options allow you to buy the tablet for $100 less. However, the lowest price - $529.99 - is available only with a 2-year contract. All the details on this deal can be found at Verizon's website via the source link below.


Running Android 8.1 Oreo, the Galaxy Tab S4 LTE sports a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display with 1600 x 2560 pixels, thus being a bit taller than its predecessor, the Galaxy Tab S3. The new tablet is also more powerful, although it only features last year's Snapdragon 835 processor (which is superior to the Snapdragon 820 found inside the Tab S3). Other notable features include a useful S Pen stylus (offered at no extra cost), quad speakers with 3D surround sound, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of expandable storage space, and a 7300 mAh battery.

In the near future, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 LTE should also be released by other major US carriers, including AT&T and Sprint. Pricing details will be announced by each carrier when the right time comes.

source: Verizon Wireless

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