What is an Android tablet with a keyboard, mouse, and pen? Well, it’s still an Android tablet. The Galaxy Tab S4 is the new flagship 10.5-inch tablet that Samsung is aiming toward people who want a device that’s lighter than an ultrabook but still has a keyboard and pen.
Samsung has done everything it can to transform the Galaxy Tab S4 into a “real” computer, even though it still runs Android 8.1. That strategy revolves around giving the Tab S4 a desktop-style environment with individual windows and improved multitasking called Samsung DeX.
>The Tab S4’s execution is layered
But turning an Android tablet into a hybrid doesn’t come cheap — at least not by usual Android tablet standards. Pricing for the Wi-Fi version of the Tab S4 starts at $649, which includes the S Pen. However, the keyboard is an additional $149. That makes a complete setup $800, which is $10 less than a 10.5-inch iPad Pro with Apple’s Smart Keyboard (minus the Apple Pencil).
You can also link a Bluetooth mouse if you already have one to complete the DeX experience. (And, as you’ll see, you kind of need to.)
- Gorgeous screen
- Excellent battery life
- DeX is great for multitasking
- Android apps for tablets are still mediocre
- Requires you to buy keyboard / mouse for Dex to be useful
- Face / iris scanning is hit or miss
Source : https://www.theverge.com/2018/8/8/17661402/samsung-galaxy-tab-s4-review-valiant-effortThanks you for read my article Samsung Galaxy S 4 Review