Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 gets WiFi certified
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 has hit another milestone on its way to going official - the device has been certified by the WiFi Alliance. The certification doesn't reveal much in terms of specifications, only mentioning the model number (SM-T835) and OS (Android Oreo).
Reports say firmware development for both WiFi and LTE models of the tablet has begun, with builds carrying following version numbers: T830XXU0ARDA and T835XXU0ARDA. No information yet on availability, but an IFA launch is being speculated.
Rumors and sightings so far have revealed the following details for the device: Snapdragon 835 SoC, 10.5-inch 2,560x1,600p screen (with 16:10 aspect ratio), 4GB/64GB memory, and 12MP/8MP camera combo.
I have a 5 pound gaming laptop And taking it with me to college while cycling 10km is back breaking. So I was looking at it from that perspective.
- 08 May 2018
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I have carried a much heavier bag in my school days and for double the distance you mentioned. I didn't have any problem with that in school. Most people don't use cycles to commute to work either, so that's not a general argument. If you are usi...
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