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Leaked Galaxy Tab S4 render reveals the new S Pen
14 July 2018, 04:16 | Megan Pierce
Besides, the S Pen is expected to get a major overhaul.
Apple has never placed a logo on the front of its devices, perhaps confident in its designs are easily identifiable and because it is a potential distraction from the user experience. But Evan Blass'sleak has revealed a newer, sleeker S Pen for the Galaxy Tab S4, which has seen the clip culled and the shell made glossy.
However, since this image only showcases the front of the handset, it does not shed any light on how the handset will look like from the back or the software. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ looks just like their predecessors and don't really include any novel new features to encourage upgrades.
This is because Samsung will have an "entry-level" Galaxy S10 option, which will exclude an in-display fingerprint reader - expected in the other two models.
Samsung is reportedly planning on replacing the iris scanner on the Samsung Galaxy S10 device with an in-display fingerprint sensor. It will ship with Android 8.1 Oreo. It also appears to have a 10.5-inch screen - bigger than the 9.7-inch Tab S3 screen but the same size as the Galaxy Tab S.
Diego Costa text "key" to Antonio Conte's exit from Chelsea
Chelsea finally confirmed Conte's departure on Friday, with Cesc Fabregas paying tribute to the Italian coach on Twitter . The former Juventus boss led Chelsea to the Premier League title in his first season in charge of the London club.
Russian cargo ship makes its fastest trip to space station
An unpiloted Russian cargo shuttle took just four hours to reach the International Space Station , setting a new world record. If all goes well, the robotic Progress 70 spacecraft will dock itself at a Russian port on the station at 9:39 p.m.