Feb 26th - Samsung’s event at MWC 2017 went off without a hitch while the company teased the Galaxy S8 and introduced a new tablet and new Gear VR headset.
Android Tablets Guide
This complete guide includes a full analysis of the best android tablets available including a collection of the most recent reviews and explanation of what tablets 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 tablets.
Curated by our staff of experts and updated regularly.
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...Read More
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...Read More
stars News & Updates launch
Feb 16th - Amazon is currently offering a $100 gift card for anyone that purchases the Lenovo Yoga Book tablet. The device is also shipping immediately, meaning you can get it ASAP.
Feb 14th - A new press render confirms the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will include an S Pen.
Feb 12th - T-Mobile is offering either a free Samsung Tab E or LG G Pad X 8.0 when purchasing the tablet through installment plans and signing up for T-Mobile ONE with at least 6GB of data.
Feb 9th - Now the SHIELD tablets are getting some love. SHIELD Software Upgrade 5.0, which includes Android 7.0 (it’s kinda confusing), begins rolling out today.
Feb 3rd - The Galaxy Tab S3 will ship with an S Pen, but the tablet won’t have a place for the stylus. Is Samsung trying to get rid of the extra styluses from the Note 7 disaster?
Feb 1st - Barnes & Noble has issued an official recall of the charging adapters sold with its Nook Tablet 7 device, with instructions provided for how to get a new charger. Until then, owners should charge the device with a PC.
Feb 1st - So, Samsung has announced their Mobile World Congress press conference for February 26th, and it looks like it’s a tablet. (But we know it surely can’t be a Galaxy S8.)
Jan 31st - New images of an upcoming Lenovo tablet have leaked online, along with supposed specs revealing a refresh to Lenovo’s budget 8″ tablet line.
Jan 31st - The 32GB Pixel C tablet is listed as out of stock on the Google Store, but the 64GB version is still available. Other retailers are out of stock, too.
Jan 31st - It looks like Google is finally setting the sun on the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. Yesterday, their names were absent in the list of devices set to receive Android 7.1.2 Nougat, and that was by design.