Android Tablets Guide

Last updated: Aug 13th, 2015.

This complete guide includes a full analysis of the best android phones available including a collection of the most recent reviews and explanation of what phones are best for you. Feel free to browse our sortable directory of all devices that includes lists of the best, available, upcoming, and rumored Android phones.


Curated by our staff of experts and updated regularly.

Nexus 9

The Nexus 9 is HTC's first Nexus tablet, and it was announced on October 15th, 2014. It's a 9-inch tablet featuring a QXGA display, NVIDIA's Tegra K1 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 16GB or 32GB of...

Samsung Galaxy Tab

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is the first high end tablet released with the Android operating system. It has a 7 inch capacitive touchscreen, 1Ghz processor, and Android 2.2 with the Samsung TouchWiz UI. Being...

Nexus 7

Android fans will know that having a Nexus device is about the nicest treat. The devices are usually very well designed and have awesome specs. Not to mention the fact that they are the first in line...

stars launch

Aug 31st - After hearing rumors that Google is opting to skip on a Nexus tablet this year, it’d be quite the surprise to learn that they actually have an 8-inch variant in the works. That’s what one supposed leak suggests, though there’s decent reason to take this one with a huge grain of salt.

Aug 13th - It’s August 13th! We’ve been drumming up to this day ever since Samsung announced they had an announcement to make. Things kick off at 10AM Eastern time today, which is about 3PM for our friends over in the United Kingdom. So, what’s going down today? Good question. Lets talk about it.

Aug 11th - Google announced Stagefright updates for nearly all modern Nexus devices and announced a program that would bring us monthly security patches, and while the OTA only spread to a few in limited form it’s now going out over-the-air to a wider range of people. Find out how you can grab the OTA link right now!

Aug 5th - Earlier today it was revealed that Sprint’s Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 would be receiving a security update that addressed the troublesome Stagefright vulnerability. Thankfully it appears our suspicions were correct: the update is headed out to mostly all contemporary Nexus devices today. Those devices include the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7, Nexus 9, Nexus 10 and even the Nexus Player.