Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 looks set to include an iris scanner and on-screen buttons
Now, although the overall construction of the tablet is expected to remain largely the same, an increase in screen dimensions can be seen in the images. Specifically, the 9.7-inch 4:3 panel seen on Galaxy Tab S3 has been swapped out for a larger 10.5-inch offering that sports a 16:10 aspect ratio – that’s the same aspect ratio featured on the original Galaxy Tab S back in 2014. Now, in a bid to move away from the traditionally-big bezels, Samsung has made an effort to reduce both the top and bottom ones significantly, which means the physical home key and accompanying capacitive buttons have been removed. Instead, the tablet now adopts the on-screen variants that have been seen on Samsung’s recent smartphones. However, unlike the flagship smartphones, the home button will not be pressure sensitive.
Presently, those interested in the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 can expect the tablet to be unveiled towards the end of August or the very beginning of September at IFA 2018 in Germany alongside a new Book Cover Keyboard accessory.