The Galaxy Book2 PC is no exception and offers Gigabit LTE connectivity as well as traditional Wi-Fi. As expected, the Galaxy Tab S4 price in India is considerably higher than the launch price of the Galaxy Tab S3. There's also a fingerprint sensor for biometric security.
Accessory-wise, the PC comes with an S Pen and keyboard periphery bundled together with purchase.
That said, with the Galaxy S line due for a major design refresh after two years of using the Galaxy S8's template, there's at least a little hope Samsung's ambitious tech could become reality. That device ran Android, while the Book 2 is a Windows machine. Customers will have to buy Keyboard Book Cover separately for Rs 7,499, which acts as a protective cover, and adds a physical QWERTY keyboard for easy typing.
Battery life is reported good for up to 20 hours between charges, depending on how it's used, with fast charging meaning you won't have to spend too long tied to a wall outlet.
Ice Universe, or one of his sources, attended the 2018 Samsung OLED Forum in Shenzhen, China. Moving to Samsung DeX, it is the first tablet that utilises this feature. The storage option launched in India is 64GB variant with support for microSD card up to 256GB. Including Dolby Atmos and speakers tuned by AKG for true-to-life audio quality. The Galaxy Book 2 will cost $999.99 when it launches on November 2, including in stores at AT&T in the US with Sprint and Verizon stores to follow later this year.
For optics, the tablet comes with a 13-megapixel rear camera along with LED flash, while for the front, there is an 8-megapixel selfie shooter for video calling. Also, the Galaxy Tab S4 pricing is on a heavier side considering it's an Android tablet. It's great if you only need office and a web browser, but if you prefer anything else, you'll want to switch out of S Mode to Windows 10 Home.
The Samsung Galaxy Book2 will be available from ATT.com, Microsoft.com and Samsung.com for $999.99 starting November 2.