Latest leak reveals Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 with new S Pen design

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Samsung reportedly did not request that its suppliers add iris scanners with the new device, reports The Verge.

The first official Galaxy Tab S4 press render has been leaked online and it reiterates what we know about the tablet so far.

First up, we have a new render of the Galaxy Note 9's front panel via the folks over at AndroidHeadlines. However, the front bezel is black and because it is pictured with an optional keyboard case accessory, the tablet looks completely black. He later posted a side-by-side comparison of the S Pen for the Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Tab S4.

That battery and screen dwarf Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 9, which is expected to have a 6.3-inch screen and a 4000mAh battery.

Another notable upgrade to the Note 9 will be to its stylus, which is said to come with Bluetooth support that enables the stylus to derive power from the Bluetooth connection instead of relying on wireless power transfer from the phone's display.

The new leak was shared by Evan Blass on Twitter.

Though the Note 9's exterior might look virtually identical to the Note 8, Samsung's own Unpacked invitation suggests we could see some kind of major change made to the S Pen stylus.

For example, the device's headlining feature is supposed to be its three rear cameras. The tablet will be running Android 8.1 Oreo with Samsung's UI laid over the top. The more likely scenario is that we'll see the Tab S4 announced at IFA in Berlin, but at this stage of the game we're betting we'll be surprised by Samsung.

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