Samsung has been touting the entertainment experience on both devices, and the Tab S4 will give a better experience all around. Whether youre lounging on the couch or enjoying a long drive with your family, the Galaxy Tab A 10.5 can keep you and your children entertained for hours.
Samsung includes the S-Pen in the package, but you'll have to pay out £119 ($149) for the keyboard and $50 for the DeX. When the Tab S4 is connected to the optional Book Cover Keyboard, a desktop experience through which you can open multiple desktop-style windows for your Android apps will be displayed.
On top of full support for all your favourite Android apps, you also get a task bar and notification drawer at the bottom while in Dex mode, and even icons on the desktop for frequently used programs. Oh, and if you want to use an external monitor, you can just use a USB Type-C to HDMI adapter and connect the tablet and monitor directly. Earlier, the DeX mode would disable the phone's screen, which is not the case now. There'll be either 64GB or 256GB of storage depending on the model you choose. The device should hit stores on August 10. The previous two Tab S tablets were good for reading and browsing, but now you can throw in a good video watching experience as well. It also has an AKG-branded quad-speaker array with Dolby Atmos capabilities.
The Korean giant has also unveiled the Galaxy Tab A4 10.5, which was revealed alongside the Galaxy Tab S4. The Tab A 10.5 is also missing the S Pen, the iris scanner, and DeX support, all features included with the Tab S4.
The screen size of the Tab S4 is similar to that of the S3. The Galaxy Tab S4 comes with narrower bezels to fit a large 10.5-inch Super AMOLED with a 16:10 screen ratio with 2560×1600, 287 PPI resolution for great visuals.
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The storage capacity stands at 32 GB, which can also be extended up to 400 GB through micro SDs.
Like other Samsung budget phones, the Galaxy On8 comes with Samsung Mall, another "Made for India" feature that lets users shop by taking a photo of a product and automatically getting results for the item across popular e-commerce platforms.
"Samsung was already lost to China in price competition and is getting threatened by Chinese models in designs and hardware strength", Park Jung-hoon, a fund manager at HDC Asset Management that owns Samsung shares was quoted as saying.