The Galaxy Tab S4 from Samsung, which costs Rs. 57,900, has recently been released in India as the company’s top-tier Android tablet. The tablet has a 64GB internal storage capacity, a 4GB RAM, and a Snapdragon 835 chipset. A large 7,300 mAh battery and a 10.5-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels are provided to power the device. We are now testing out the Galaxy Tab S4 that we are carrying. Here is what is contained within the Galaxy Tab S4 package up till that time.
Tab S4: What s In the Box?
The Galaxy Tab S4 is packaged in a stylish black box that has blue branding for the tablet on top. You’ll discover the following items inside once you open it:
- Galaxy Tab S4
- Samsung Adaptive Fast Charging adapter
- USB Type-A to USB Type-C cable
- User manual and warranty card
The S-Pen is what stands out the most inside the box here, and not only because it is larger than the S-Pen included with the Galaxy Note 9. The S-Pen in particular sticks out since it’s cool that Samsung decided to integrate it with the Tab S4 rather than making people pay extra for it separately (I m looking at you, Apple).
However, given that the Tab S4 is designed to be a productivity-focused tablet and that Samsung even included a tablet DeX mode that automatically syncs with the Samsung Book Cover Keyboard, it’s disappointing that we still need to purchase that specific device separately. To be fair, it’s also awful that Apple doesn’t include its Smart Keyboard with the iPad Pro. Every manufacturer should understand that if they are promoting their tablet in any manner as a laptop replacement, they need to include the necessary laptop-related accessories inside the box rather than forcing customers to purchase it.
Purchase the Galaxy Tab S4 on Amazon.com (Rs. 57,900)