Samsung Gulf Electronics have launched the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 in the UAE. This new 2-in-1 Android tablet is designed for people who want to do more on the go—from home to the office and everywhere in between.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 delivers an experience that helps the user work smarter, operating at the highest levels. Paired with a polished modern design, an immersive display, four speakers and enhanced entertainment features, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is the perfect device for those who need something portable like a tablet and capable like a PC.
“At Samsung, we believe tablets play an increasingly important role in making lives easier and improving the mobile experience for everyone,” says Tarek Sabbagh, head of IT and Mobile (IM) Division at Samsung Electronics Gulf. “Today’s consumers need a reliable device that delivers; this new addition to our ecosystem of devices is packed with features that will take the consumer from work in the day and keep them entertained through the night. It really is one for those that love to multitask.”
With the Galaxy Tab S4, Samsung is bringing Samsung DeX to the tablet for the first time. When connected to the optional Book Cover Keyboard (sold separately) or launched from the Quick Panel, the Galaxy Tab S4 powers on Samsung DeX, giving users the option to switch from the Android interface to a desktop experience. Samsung’s S Pen, on the other hand, comes in the box with the Galaxy Tab S4 to satisfy even more productive needs. It offers users a great way to express their creativity and communicate.
The Galaxy Tab S4 also features new and improved capabilities designed to manage connected devices and lifestyle. Samsung Flow allows users to manage all of their devices easily by connecting and transferring files, tasks and notifications seamlessly.
While similar in size to the Galaxy Tab S3, the Galaxy Tab S4 sports narrower bezels to fit a large 10.5-inch display with Super AMOLED technology, as well as a 16:10 screen ratio with 2560×1600, 287 pixels per inch resolution for vivid picture detail and true-to-life visuals.
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