In this article, I give you my Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review with specs included. I reviewed the Galaxy Tab S3 sometime earlier. It was a premium Android tablet. I really liked it although I wasn’t a big fan of those large bezels that it had on its display. Now I have its follow-up here.
This is the 10 inch S4 which was released recently by Samsung and it has a very beautiful 10.5 inch Super AMOLED display. It’s got an improved s-pen and of course, it has that premium glass and metal design.
Powering the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.
It has 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 or 256 gigabytes of onboard storage which is expandable via the micro SD card slot.
It’s got a 7300 milliamp-hour battery and it has a 10.5 inch Super AMOLED display.
And, of course, it has the s-pen. We’ll talk more about that in just a little bit. I’ll put all the links below for more information and where you can buy one.
It comes in two different colors black and gray (I chose the black). But, enough with the specs, let’s find out what you get inside the box.
When opening the lid you are greeted by the unit itself. And the first impressions you get with this tablet is that it’s very high-end and very premium with its glass and metal design. We’d expect nothing less from this Samsung Galaxy line.
Now, also in the box are some included accessories. You get your tip remover tool and some extra tips.
Next, it’s the S Pen and this time around it actually feels like a really good pen. Feels like a regular-sized pen with a nice substantial weight to it. I really like it.
You get to USBC cable and your adaptive fast charger. We’ve seen that before from Samsung. And, you get some documentation and warranty information as well.
Now, unfortunately, they don’t include the book cover keyboard. That’s an extra expense that you’ll have to pay separately from the purchase of the tablet.
And I think that’s a bit unfortunate. I think they should have included it at that price point they are selling this. Unfortunately, you’re not gonna get it. You’ll have to shell out extra money if you want a Productivity keyboard to use with this tablet.