Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab S4 tries to beat the iPad at productivity

See the original posting on The Verge

At a small press gathering in Manhattan today, just one week before the company heads over to Brooklyn for its big Galaxy Note 9 event, Samsung announced the new Galaxy Tab S4 tablet. The Tab S4 is being pitched as delivering “tablet mobility and PC power.” Unable to match the iPad’s selection of tablet-optimized apps, Samsung is going in the opposite direction: it’s positioning the Tab S4 as being able to offer legitimate productivity on the go. “Nobody’s quite cracked the nut when it comes to tablet 2-in-1 productivity,” is the line the company used to start off its presentation.

The Tab S4 features a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display (2560×1600) with a 16:10 aspect ratio. Its bezels are much slimmer than Samsung’s prior Android tablets,…

Continue reading…