It appears that leaked renders of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Tab S4 have leaked online. The renders give us a first look at what Samsung’s next tablet will look like, and rumours suggests that the device will make its debut later this year.
Renders of the Galaxy Tab S4 were first leaked via an anonymous source to Android Headlines. They show both the display and the back of the tablet. On the front, it appears that the Galaxy Tab S4 will have thinner bezels compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Tab S3. The top bezel no longer sports Samsung’s logo, and rumours suggests that Samsung could install an iris scanner where the front-facing camera would be, making it the first Galaxy Tab S tablet to carry the feature.
The tablet also doesn’t seem to sport the home button, either at the bottom of the display or at the back of the tablet. The lack of the home button also suggests that this could be the first device to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor.
The rear of the Galaxy Tab S4 has nothing noteworthy to shout about. It emulates the same design as its predecessor, sporting a single rear camera sensor and a plain back design with Samsung’s and its AKG branding emblazoned on the bottom half.
Earlier reports suggests that the Galaxy Tab S4 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC and is expected to come with 4GB of RAM. The display will measure in at 10.5-inchses with a resolution of 1600 x 2560 pixels, as well as a 16:10 aspect ratio. Other specs include a 7300mAh battery, a 13MP sensor for the rear camera, and an 8MP sensor for the front-facing camera.