The Samsung Galaxy S4 is now the company’s most valuable tablet, according to data from comScore.
Its value rose 6% in the fourth quarter, from $749.90 to $769.50.
That’s up by nearly $500 on a year ago.
The S4 has been a favorite of investors, who have poured $2.5 billion into the company since Samsung unveiled the tablet in March 2013.
It’s one of Samsung’s most expensive tablets.
It has a 6-inch display, and it’s the first Samsung tablet to feature an iris scanner.
The Samsung logo appears in the upper right corner, and you can swipe the stylus up or down to scroll through its menus.
It also has a stylus-less keyboard, and a stylo that works with the S Pen stylus and the stylum.
The tablet comes in two flavors: the Galaxy Tab and the Galaxy S6 Edge+.
Both are 13.3-inch tablets with the same display.
The S6 is smaller and lighter, and the Edge+ is slightly bigger and heavier.
Both feature a Snapdragon 835 processor.
The company said the S4 was one of its most profitable tablets.
Its quarterly revenue rose 16% year over year, to $2,717.85 million.
Its revenue rose by 9% in Q4 2016.
Its profit margin was 26% at the end of Q4, compared with 32% a year earlier.
Its operating income was also 26% lower than a year before.