Evan Blass leaks official Galaxy Tab S4 render

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Samsung's high-end tablet, the Galaxy Tab S4, should be pretty close to launch considering all the leaks and rumors going around.

We're of course expecting the supersized Galaxy S10+ phablet to be the most expensive of the three Galaxy S10 models rumored to be debuting in January.

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The renders come courtesy of Evan Blass and show that the Galaxy Tab S4 looks surprisingly similar to its predecessor, right down to the "Tuned by AKG" branding. Unfortunately, the image reveals only the front of the phone and from what is evident, there isn't much to be expected of the handset so far as its looks are concerned. While you could easily mistake this image for one of last year's Galaxy Note 8, several small differences are noticeable.

Reports about Samsung's next flagship smartphone are now coming in at a steady pace. A senior official of the company said the new-generation device will also see manufacturing in India as it gets introduced globally. One can spot the familiar edge-to-edge Infinity Display, a trademark for Samsung smartphones for a while now.

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Meanwhile, Android Headlines released a render earlier in July, suggesting that the Galaxy Tab S4's bezels would be thinner than those on the Tab S3, with the buttons below the screen omitted. That's disappointing, but at least it looks like the Note 9 won't have a "notch" at the top of the screen.

Samsung is reportedly planning on replacing the iris scanner on the Samsung Galaxy S10 device with an in-display fingerprint sensor. There is a single camera back there, though. The Galaxy S10, we also know how to operate the facial recognition 3D, will be, respectively, 5.8 inches for the first two, 6.1 inches for the Plus version.

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The Galaxy Tab S4 was spotted on the benchmark listing previously revealing nearly every specification of the device.