Images of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 have leaked, giving us a first look at the new tablet, which is rumored for a release later this year. What appears to be official press renders have leaked from an anonymous source to Android Headlines, showing a lack of a home button and a larger display.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 appears to have thinner bezels, leaving space for a longer display that might have a different aspect ratio than the Tab S3’s 4:3. The Samsung logo on the top bezel is gone, meaning that the tablet could potentially have space for a rumored iris scanner. Still, if there is an iris scanner, it can’t be seen in this render.
The rear of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 resembles its predecessor, the Tab S3, with a similar design and a single rear camera. The only difference is the missing home button, except that its rear now sports a Samsung logo. The lack of a home button suggests that there could be an in-display fingerprint sensor.