Leaked Galaxy Tab S4 render reveals the new S Pen

Posted July 14, 2018

The triple lens camera on the back will sport a new 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens with a 120-degree field of view, a 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor, and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens sensor for optical zoom and Portrait Mode photos.

The Samsung Galaxy lineup of smartphones is not exactly cheap, but the devices haven't made a huge distinction in preference regarding income levels before. It could also come with a dual rear camera setup of 12MP + 12MP, with a 8MP selfie camera.

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Samsung is preparing for their upcoming event where the brand will unveil their next generation Galaxy Note device.

Coming towards the new S Pen, Blass has shared a separate render differentiating the S Pen of the Galaxy Tab S4 and the S Pen of the Galaxy Tab S3. With the Galaxy S10, meanwhile, we can safely say at this point that the phone won't just meet our expectations, it may very well exceed them based on what we've read and heard from our own sources.

And now new information comes to reaffirm that the Galaxy Note 9 will be identical to the Galaxy Note 8. Whilst the 13-megapixel rear-facing cameras on both Galaxy J4 and J6 enables users take wonderful photos; the front-facing 5-megapixel camera on J4 and 8-megapixel on J6 let you take more stunning selfies.

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The Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to be released in three variant models with a top-end S10 Plus replacing the current Galaxy S9 Plus. Thanks to the previous leaks, we already know what this tablet looks like and what specifications it has under the hood. The other regions will get the Exynos powered Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The company has also enhanced the sunlight readability on device's super AMOLED display. If the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup is to succeed, the company will need to be extremely careful with its presentation.

The report further adds that there are three phones now under-development by Samsung in the Galaxy S10 series.

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