Yesterday, the new Surface Go, the new Samsung economical tablet that we could well consider as a convertible or hybrid, was officially presented , since with Windows 10 and its portability options it is one of the perfect equipment to alternate between entertainment and some job functions, a market where Apple also competes with great force with its 9.7 inch iPad 2018 or its iPad Pro.
However, in Android there is no tablet that can deal with these two products, although that could change with the arrival of the Galaxy Tab S4, which has been leaked on the Internet showing details in pictures and revealing some of its specifications.
It has been Evan Blass, who is one of the most famous filtering of today who has shown us how the Galaxy Tab S4 looks, so we could say that the information comes from a good source.
In the image we can see a tablet with double speaker and keyboard compatible and the famous S-Pen, one of the best work tools implemented by Samsung, which is why it could be an excellent option compared to the Surface Go and the iPad 9.7 inches, as both computers are also compatible with the Surface Pen and Apple Pencil, respectively.
Although the image does not show a tablet with very thin edges, it is said that Samsung has managed to reduce the edges much more compared to the Galaxy Tab S3, although we will have to see the image from another angle to have a better perspective and comparison.
Likewise, the new Samsung tablet will arrive with the best of the market in technical specifications, because according to the filtered information, we could find the following:
- 10.5 inch screen with Super AMOLED technology
- Resolution QHD +
- 4GB of RAM
- 64GB of ROM
- 12 MP rear camera
- 7 MP front camera
- Android 8.1 with Samsung Experience
- New design of the S-Pen
It is still unknown when Samsung could introduce its new Galaxy Tab S4, but some rumors suggest that it will be announced during the IFA in Berlin at the end of next month.
Do you think the Galaxy Tab S4 is a good choice against the Surface Go and the economical iPad?