Samsung announces Australian pricing for Galaxy Tab S4 and Galaxy Tab A
Grab Samsung's latest Android tablets starting from 24 August.
Samsung only unveiled its Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 and Galaxy Tab A products last week, but it's wasting little time in bringing them to our shores. Just ahead of its Galaxy Unpacked event, it's announced when we'll actually be able to buy its new tablets.
The first device you'll be able to score will be the high-end Galaxy Tab S4, which will be available with either 64GB or 256GB of onboard storage in either Wi-Fi or 4G LTE variants.
The Galaxy Tab S4 will be available in Australia from 24 August 2018 in Ebony Black or Fog Grey finishes with pricing as follows:
|Galaxy Tab S4 Storage||Wi-Fi||4G LTE|
Pre-orders for the Galaxy Tab S4 in Australia will open today, 10 August 2018, with a rather generous pre-order bonus. If you order before the 24 August 2018 launch date, you'll score the 256GB version of the tablet for the price of the 64GB version. Extra storage on a tablet is no bad thing in any context, but that's an effective $200 price cut for early adopters, too.
If you're more keen on the Galaxy Tab A, you'll have to wait a little longer. The Galaxy Tab A won't hit store shelves until 7 September 2018 with 64GB of storage on board. However, it's considerably less expensive with the Wi-Fi variant priced at $449 while the 4G-capable version will cost $649.
Samsung advises that its new tablet range will be available through its own Samsung online store and experience stores, plus retail and operator partners, although it's yet to announce any carrier partners to speak of. If you want a Galaxy Tab S4 or Galaxy Tab A on contract, you'll have to wait until those carrier partners make announcements around plan pricing. Given the pre-sales for the Tab S4 opens today, we'll update once they do.
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