Galaxy Tab S4 press renders leaks, has redesigned S Pen

Isaac Cain
July 14, 2018

The only bad news we've heard about the Galaxy S10 lineup so far doesn't come as much of a surprise, but it's bad news nonetheless: Samsung's next-gen flagship phones are going to be very expensive.

We've been saying for months that Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be the company's most exciting smartphone in years.

The only difference on the front is the slightly slimmer bottom chin. Ditto for the placement of the buttons: power switch on the right side, volume rocker on the left and a dedicated Bixby button below it.

The news about the Honor Note 10 was broken via the company's official Weibo account, with a dramatic teaser poster depicting a tall, wide glowing outline of a phablet-sized device extending out of a lake on an alien planet.

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If you're a Samsung fan and it's excitement you're looking for, you've already stopped caring about the Galaxy Note 9 and turned your attention to the Galaxy S10. We get to see the new S Pen once again and it indeed appears to have a glossy finish. Word on the street is that the S Pen will gain Bluetooth support and become a bit smarter in the process. This could have been achieved by lessening the footprint of the glass created to protect the OLED panel.

The TENAA listing also reveals that the handset will run Android, but does specify which version.

A China-based source claims that the Exynos 9820 octa-core processor will be based on the DynamIQ architecture with two custom Samsung Mongoose M4 cores, two Cortex-A75 or Cortex-A76 cores and four Cortex-A55 cores. The devices are expected to be powered by Google's operating system for wearable devices. It will be backed up by a 4000mAh battery. If this turns out to be true, then the Galaxy S10+ will not only be the first Samsung smartphone to feature triple rear cameras, but, it will also be the first smartphone that features a total of five cameras. It is then expected to roll out progressively to the brand's other compatible devices during the remainder of 2018 and into 2019.

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