Samsung's Galaxy Book2 is the newest addition to ARM-PC Family

Samsung's latest 2-in-1 tablet gives you freedom to roam for two working days

Samsung's Galaxy Book2 is the newest addition to ARM-PC Family

Samsung has launched the latest variant of its flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab S4 in India.

However, one of the biggest complaints about the Galaxy S9 is that looks virtually identical to last year's device, a sentiment that arose largely due to the fact that Samsung didn't do much to change up the S9's screen.

We might see the new displays coming out in 2019 with the Galaxy S10, though they could also debut on the Galaxy Note 10 later in 2019. The tablet flaunts a 10.5-inch display which is a Super AMOLED panel made by the company itself. And with the precise, pressure-responsive S Pen, you can create and navigate easily.

A notch on top of the screens has become a trend after Apple introduced it with its iPhone X. Smartphone makers have started using the notch to place the components which can not be hidden as yet, but these notches aren't too pleasing to the eyes. One has to wonder, however, how big of a bottleneck the 4GB of RAM will be.

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It is running on the Snapdragon 850 processor, with a "multi-workday battery life" which translates to about 20 hours of work time with the ability to recharge quickly thanks to its Adaptive Fast charging. The two speakers built into the Book2 have been tuned by AKG and support Dolby Atmos. The primary camera records 2160p video at 30fps. It runs Windows 10 in S Mode and comes with an included keyboard and S Pen stylus. The company claims that this is defence-grade security and all critical information is protected through multiple layers of security. Also, the Galaxy Tab S4 pricing is on a heavier side considering it's an Android tablet. On the connectivity front, you get Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Wi-Fi Direct, MIMO, Bluetooth v5.0, GPS/ A-GPS, USB Type-C, and a POGO connector.

It's unclear which devices will get this upgrade first but it's likely that S9's bought directly from Samsung will be top of the list. We cannot verify Samsung's claim as of now, but considering you get a big battery and the tablet can be easily charged via USB port in your auto or through a powerbank, it definitely takes away a little concern of the battery running out on you while on move.

The Galaxy Tab S4 costs Rs 57,900 and will be available starting October 18 in Black and Gray colours. The device becomes available on November 2nd and can be purchased at AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon stores.

To recall, the tablet was introduced in August this year and the tablet major highlight is the inclusion of S Pen and support for Samsung DeX. Further, Samsung will be selling Keyboard Book Cover for Rs 7,499, though the simple Book Cover is priced at Rs 3,999.

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