Android Tablets Guide

Last updated: Aug 13th, 2015.

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.


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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...

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Jul 10th - As we’ve recounted numerous times, the Android tablet market is pretty much a wasteland of middling options. There are a few exceptions, namely the Galaxy Tab series and Amazon’s lineup of Fire Tablets. Needless to say, when Amazon came out earlier this year with the updated Fire HD 10 lineup, we were just a little …

Jun 28th - Last week, Lenovo announced a series of new Chromebooks and Windows laptops to kick off MWC 2021. Today, the company is keeping the good times rolling with the announcement of five new tablets.Lenovo Tab M7Starting from the low-end and going up, we have the Lenovo Tab M7 (3rd gen). The Tab M7 features a 7-inch …

Jun 18th - Late last month, Samsung unveiled a pair of tablets headlined by the Galaxy Tab S7 FE, and followed up by the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. The Tab S7 FE falls more in line with a mid-range option, while the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is more of a portable option to throw in your bag and …

Jun 18th - In the tablet market, there’s really Apple’s iPad and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab. But outside of that, the only other real option is the Amazon Fire Tablet. However, those tablets don’t offer the same amount of power provided by either the Galaxy Tab or the iPad.Apple recently launched the new iPad Pro series, equipped with the …

May 28th - Just yesterday, Samsung announced its latest tablet due to arrive sometime in June with the Galaxy Tab S7 FE. Today, we’ve learned more information about the company’s next “flagship” series of tablets in the Galaxy Tab S8. Plenty of details have been revealed, showing that Samsung is looking to take the tablet battle to Apple …

May 5th - It’s been almost a year since Samsung launched a new tablet, but it would appear that the countdown can be reset soon. The company has been working on its latest tablet with the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, which would likely replace the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite that launched in April of last year.Thanks to Evan …