Samsung DeX Reportedly Getting Dual Monitor Support After Official Launch of Galaxy Tab S4

Omar Sohail

The Samsung DeX series was introduced with the release of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, followed by the DeX Pad with the release of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. The Galaxy Tab S4 has been certified by the FCC, meaning that its announcement is imminent but Samsung is expected to roll out a feature that will give users the option to add another monitor while using the productivity-centered DeX accessory. After all, if you’re paying a premium for it, you deserve to get your money’s worth.

Galaxy Tab S4 to Also Provide Support for Samsung DeX

According to the latest info reported by Sammobile, the Samsung DeX will be compatible with the upcoming Galaxy Tab S4. The latest feature would make it the first ever tablet that is compatible with this accessory, thus giving users more options when it comes to tackling productivity. Additionally, the slate will gain the ability to act as a second monitor when it is connected to the DeX and thanks to the increased screen real estate, lots of users will find that the experience on a larger screen device to be worth it.

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However, even with the Galaxy Tab S4 acting as a second screen, the one obstacle that will be standing in your way is how to prop up the tablet for checking out proper viewing angles. It is possible that users will need to purchase a book cover for the slate in order to make this happen, and since there are a lot of affordable accessories available, it should not be a problem procuring one.

The specifications of the Galaxy Tab S4 include dimensions of 249.3 × 164.3mm, and it will feature a 10.5-inch display, with the resolution measuring 2,560 × 1,600, with screen technology being Super AMOLED for better color accuracy and HDR capabilities.

It will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC and sport 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard expandable storage. One of the highlights of the tablet is that it will ship with a hefty 7,300mAh battery and while the chipset belongs to the previous generation, you will definitely be able to experience extrapolated ‘screen on’ time with the Galaxy Tab S4.

News Source: Sammobile

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