The best Android tablets in 2022 (2022)

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The best Android tablets are well-designed slates that are powerful enough to run apps and games with minimal slowdown. They're also power-efficient enough to last a long time on a single charge. Samsung is the current market leader, with devices that run pure Android and aren't lacking in apps. However, if you're a dedicated Amazon user looking for a portable device to enjoy your favorite Prime content on the go, Fire tablets are a great choice.

To help you make an informed tablet purchase, we've put together the following buying guide. This list covers all of the Android tablets worthy of your consideration, from Samsung's excellent Galaxy Tab line to Amazon's Fire tablets, which run a more limited variant of Android.

In our path to help you find the right Android tablet for you, we test them all in the lab, measuring battery life and performance, as well as screen quality. (We can also share our own experiences about switching from the iPad to an Android tablet.) When it comes to app quality (something of a lingering question for even the best Android tablets) we've found that your decision might start with how many apps you want — and not all of these Android tablets get the same apps.

Without further ado, here are the best Android tablets, based on our hands-on testing and review of dozens from Amazon, Samsung, Nokia and more.

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What are the best Android tablets?

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 is our current top pick for the best Android tablet you can buy for a variety of reasons, not least of which that it's a speedy, long-lasting Android tablet that looks great and feels comfortable to hold. With a starting price of $699 it's not cheap, but it does set a new standard for what we should expect from a premium Android tablet. If price isn't an issue, its massive older sibling the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is a powerful Android tablet that can double as a laptop.

If you want something a little more affordable, we recommend the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7, which you can get for under $300. It's a little older than the Tab S8 but still plenty capable -- and unlike the hyper-affordable Amazon Fire 7 (more on that later), it's got all the apps you could ask for. Plus, it's got super-thin bezels that make most other tablets at this price look chunky.

That being said, it's hard for many to argue with the value-level pricing of the Amazon Fire tablets. The Fire 7 is snappier than any $50 tablet has any right to be, and it's got the added value of supporting Alexa, for those who want access to Amazon's assistant at all times. I'd personally recommend people spend almost twice as much, though, as the Fire HD 8 has amazing endurance, the likes of which beats practically every tablet up and down the list.

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1. Samsung Galaxy Tab S8

The best Android tablet overall

Specifications

CPU: Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Display: 11-inch (2560 x 1600) 120Hz LCD display

Storage: 128GB/256GB

Memory: 8GB RAM

Ports: USB-C, microSD

Dimensions: 9.99 x 6.51 x 0.25 inches

Weight: 1.1 pounds

Reasons to buy

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Bright, beautiful display

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Excellent battery life

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Great sound quality

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Surprisingly good cameras

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Decent laptop replacement

Reasons to avoid

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Underwhelming performance vs. iPads

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Camera quality degrades at extremes

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Book Cover keyboard feels small, cramped

The Galaxy Tab S8 is good at a lot of things, but it's best at being a premium Android tablet. You can use it to get work done in a pinch, but in my experience it's best enjoyed as a speedy all-purpose device for making work and play a bit more enjoyable. On the couch its great for gaming or reading comics, and at work it's nice to have as a note-keeping device or secondary display, especially if you go to the trouble of investing in the Galaxy ecosystem and making your workspace DeX-friendly.

If you absolutely must have the biggest, baddest Android slate possible you probably want the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, but if you just need a great premium Android tablet the Galaxy Tab S8 delivers — and in the process, sets a new standard for what we should expect from the category.

Read our full Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 review.

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2. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

The best budget Android tablet

Specifications

CPU: Qualcomm SM6115

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Display: 10.4-inch, 2000x1200-pixel

Storage: 32GB

Memory: 3GB

Ports: USB-C, microSD

Dimensions: 9.7 x 6.2 x 0.3 inches

Weight: 1.1 pounds

Reasons to buy

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Excellent battery life

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Facial recognition

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USB-C charging

Reasons to avoid

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Screen is a little dim

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Underwhelming performance

This is the budget Android tablet that fans have long deserved. In the history of iPad alternatives, the Galaxy Tab A7 stands out with its lower $219 price, $100 less than the iPad. On top of that, it's got thinner bezels than the 10.2-inch iPad and crazy 13+ hour battery life — so you can enjoy more of what you're watching and reading for a lot longer time. And even at this price, you get facial recognition to unlock the device.

It's also got USB-C charging, so you can use the same cable you charge modern phones and laptops with. And while we wish it was a tad brighter or faster, it's got the real, unadulterated Android experience — with the Google Play app store and Google apps — so you're not confined to web-only Gmail and YouTube.

Read our full Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 review.

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3. Lenovo Yoga Tab 13

The best Android tablet when you want a big screen

Specifications

CPU: Snapdragon 870

Camera Resolution: 8MP (front)

Display: 13-inch (2160 x 1350 pixels) capacitive touchscreen

Storage: 128GB

Ports: USB-C, micro-HDMI

Dimensions: 11.55 x 8.03 x 0.24-0.98 inches

Weight: 1.83 pounds

Wi-Fi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Reasons to buy

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Built-in kickstand

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Vibrant 13-inch touchscreen

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Impressive speakers

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Long battery life

Reasons to avoid

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Lacks 5G support

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No rear camera

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Hard to find suitable cases for it

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 is an entertainment-focused Android tablet with an impressive 13-inch display and quality speakers. It makes you feel like you’re watching movies and shows on a proper TV instead of a bulky tablet. Playing games is a delight too, thanks to the speedy Snapdragon 870 processor and 8GB of memory. The slate can even act as a secondary monitor for your laptop or tablet, giving its 2K screen a bit of extra versatility.

Though great at what it does, it’s not the most portable device out there. It’s also all but impossible to find a protective cover due to its unusual design. The lack of 5G support is also a letdown, as is the lack of a headphone jack. Still, if you’re looking for an entertainment-focused tablet that you don't plan to cart around much, the Yoga Tab 13 is a good choice.

Read our full Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 review.

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4. Amazon Fire 10 HD 2021

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Best cheap Android tablet with amazing battery life

Specifications

CPU: 2.0GHz octa-core CPU

Camera Resolution: 5 MP (rear) 2 MP (front)

Display: 10.1-inch, 1920 x 1200-pixel

Storage: 32GB, 64GB

Ports: 1x USB-C, headphone jack, microSD

Dimensions: 9.7 x 6.5 x 0.4 inches

Weight: 17.8 ounces/1.1 pounds

Wi-Fi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Reasons to buy

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Stellar battery life

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Sharp and bright screen

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USB-C charging

Reasons to avoid

-

Speakers aren't that strong

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Still lacks Google apps

The Amazon Fire HD 10 (2021) takes an already-good tablet and applies incremental upgrades, such as a slightly brighter screen, 1GB more RAM and a smaller, lighter design. While it probably isn't a must-have for anyone who bought the 2019 model, it's a good demonstration of Amazon's ability to put out a value-driven slate that's good enough for many.

If you think you'll be irritated by slight lags in performance, you should consider spending an extra $30 to get the $179 Amazon Fire HD 10 Plus, arguably the best Amazon tablet ever. That said, the Fire HD 10 (2021) is still going to be great for the folks who are looking for a device to casually peruse the internet, read e-books, and watch videos. This keeps the Fire HD 10's spot among thebest Android tabletsout there, and one of thebest tabletsyou can buy — especially if you're on a budget.

Its biggest flaws, though, are nothing new. Most notably, Amazon's Fire OS is still app-challenged, missing the Google Play app store — which means you can't get the full YouTube experience, for example, and you'll miss out on a lot of great apps not available on Amazon's app store.

Read our full Amazon Fire HD 10 (2021) review.

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5. Amazon Fire HD 8

The best Android tablet under $100

Specifications

CPU: 2.0 GHz quad-core processor

Camera Resolution: 2MP (rear), 2MP (front)

Display: 8-inch 1280 x 800-pixel

Storage: 32GB, 64GB

Memory: 2GB

Ports: headphone jack. USB-C, microSD,

Dimensions: 8 x 5.4 x 0.4 inches

Weight: 0.8 pounds (12.5 ounces)

Wi-Fi: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac

Reasons to buy

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Amazing battery life

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Bright screen

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USB-C port

Reasons to avoid

-

Still no Google apps

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Pay to remove Amazon ads

If someone asks me for tablet recommendations and they're on a budget too tight for the iPad, I likely ask if they're an Amazon Prime subscriber. The Amazon Fire HD 8 is the best Android tablet for those folks who love a good bargain because it gets a lot right for only $90.

Its impressive 13+ hours of battery life stands out in a sea of tablets we already complement for endurance, and, yes, you can get the reversible USB-C port at this wallet-friendly price. Even its selfie camera is pretty decent, beating the webcams in more expensive laptops.

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The Amazon Fire HD 8 comes without some of the other basics you might expect when you hear "Android tablet." The Google Play store, along with many great podcast apps, is nowhere to be found. Yes, that means the YouTube and Gmail apps can't be used on this tablet, and you're pushed to access the web browser versions of these standard services, in Amazon's mostly-acceptable Silk web browser.

Read our full Amazon Fire HD 8 review.

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6. Amazon Fire 7

The best Android tablet if you're on a tighter budget

Specifications

CPU: Quad-Core 1.3 GHz processor

Camera Resolution: 2MP (rear), 2MP (front)

Display: 7 inches, 1024 x 600 pixels

Storage: 16GB, 32GB

Memory: 1GB

Ports: headphone jack. microUSB, microSD,

Dimensions: 7.6 x 4.5 x 0.4 inches

Weight: 0.6 pounds (10.1 ounces)

Wi-Fi: 802.11a/b/g/n

Reasons to avoid

-

Lots of Amazon ads

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Low-res display

As I tested the Amazon Fire 7, I kept thinking "A $50 tablet shouldn't be this good." And while it's not perfect, Amazon's cheapest slate got a recent update that put a lot more kick under the hood with a snappy quad-core 1.3 GHz processor.

The latest Fire 7 also fixes a mistake of previous updates, allowing you to summon the Alexa digital assistant with your own voice. Yes, it should have been there since day 1 (Alexa wasn't meant to be clicked into existence), but a $50 tablet can get away with a lot of cut corners.

Its low-low price should be a good indicator to shoppers that they shouldn't expect iPad-level features. Its sub-HD screen is good enough for younger children streaming kids' shows on Prime, but their older siblings (who've seen a few tablets in their time) might ask for something a little sharper.

Read our full Amazon Fire 7 review.

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7. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7

The best Android tablet when price is no concern

Specifications

CPU: Snapdragon Qualcomm 865+

Display: 11-inch 2560 x 1600-pixel TFT panel

Storage: 128GB/256GB

Memory: 6GB/8GB

Ports: USB-C, microSD

Dimensions: 10 x 6.5 x 0.2 inches

Weight: 1.1 pounds

Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi 6

Reasons to buy

+

Fantastic battery life

+

Beautiful 120Hz display

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Thin and light design

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Reasons to avoid

-

Book Cover Keyboard has cramped layout

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DeX mode still has room to grow

Android tablet lovers have needed the Samsung Galaxy S7 before they even knew it existed. This beautiful slate is thin, light and packs slim bezels for an all-screen aesthetic that Apple's given users for years with the iPad Pro. The Tab S7's screen is so bright and colorful that you'll love to use it for your next Netflix binge-watch. Oh, and it put in a time of over 13 hours on our battery life test. On top of that, you get a windowed Android app experience in DeX mode (which could use some polish) but is pretty decent for getting work done.

We want more from the Tab S7's Book Cover Keyboard (a $199 extra add-on) though. Its number keys will be too small for some and assembling its two-piece design is a little annoying if you transition from laptop to tablet mode often. Also, we wish the Snapdragon 865+ had a bit more pep in its step, as benchmarks show Intel Core i5 and Apple A12Z chips running circles around it. So while some will opt for the cheaper (and still good) Android tablets, the Galaxy Tab S7 is the high-end tablet that Android users deserve.

Read our full Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 review.

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8. Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

A powerful Android tablet that could replace a laptop

Specifications

CPU: Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 octa-core CPU

Camera Resolution: 12MP + 12MP UW (front), 13MP AF + 6MP UW (back)

Display: 14.6-inch, 2960 x 1848-pixel

Storage: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB

Ports: 1x USB-C, microSD

Dimensions: 12.85 x 8.21 x 0.22 inches

Weight: 1.4 pounds

Wi-Fi: WiFi 6E (2.4/5/6GHz)

Reasons to buy

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Big, beautiful OLED display

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Svelte design

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Snappy Android interface

Reasons to avoid

-

May be too large for some

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More expensive than better laptops

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra ($1,099) is the first tablet that casts a literal shadow over the iPad Pro. With its ginormous 14.6-inch OLED display, this Android slate makes the 12.9-inch iPad Pro seem cute by comparison. And with the optional keyboard attachment and improved multi-window mode, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra could potentially replace a laptop.

Samsung is clearly targeting hybrid and at-home workers with the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, as it packs dual front cameras with support to up to 4K resolution for video calls as well as auto framing for keeping you in the frame as you move around. Plus, there's advanced noise reduction to make sure you come through loud and clear.

Other highlights of the Tab S8 Ultra include a fast Snapdragon 8 Gen-1 chip, a low-latency S Pen experience, 45W fast charging and improved integration with Galaxy S series phones.

At $1,099, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra commands a heck of a premium. But it delivers an intoxicating blend of size, speed and versatility that makes it one of the best tablets on the market.

Read our Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra review.

How to choose the best Android tablet for you

When it comes to picking the best Android tablet for you, start by thinking about the apps you want. Yes, battery life and performance are so similar across many of these tablets that you can easily cross off half of this list by thinking about if you need your next Android tablet for more than just Netflix and Spotify.

Those who want every single application on their Android phone should probably look away from the Amazon Fire tablets, as those require jumping through hoops (and disabling security protection features) to get Gmail or any of the Google apps as apps. If you don't need those apps on your tablet, or could stand to use older, less-than-stellar versions of those applications in a web browser, then you can consider the Fire tablets.

If you want all of the apps, you have three questions, each with its own answer. Are you mainly going to be consuming content? Get the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. Looking for a machine where you can crank out a Word document and possibly replace your laptop? The Galaxy Tab S6 is right for you. Looking for a tablet to share with the family? Huawei's MediaPad M5 Lite is your best bet.

Those OK with the limitations of Amazon tablets should grab a Fire 7 for less demanding uses, and the Fire HD 8 if they're shopping for folks with slightly higher standards. And if you're looking for the best of the budget bunch, the Fire HD 10 is right for you.

How we test Android tablets

The first thing we do to separate the great tablets from the jokers is to test all their different facets. Our web-surfing-based battery test times how long a tablet can browse the internet for, with its display set to 150 nits of brightness. But in order to figure out what percentage of brightness equals 150 nits, we perform a series of display tests to measure how colorful the panel can get (measured with its sRGB output number) as well as how bright it can get. Then, we run benchmark tests on said tablet, including the latest version of the Geekbench general performance benchmark.

Another thing we do to evaluate Android tablets is check out the app store to see if you're getting a true Android experience or some company's vision thereof. The latter is a major disappointment —though we don't expect anything different from Amazon at this stage. On tablets with parental controls settings, we try and find the loopholes in said limitations, to find red flags before your kids can.

Then, we just use the tablets like we would if we owned them. Opening tab after tab and app after app to see if we can multitask without hiccups. We also watch YouTube videos because the color output (sRGB) and brightness (nits) measurements don't tell the whole story. Only through all of these tests, can we be sure that we're giving you a complete assessment of a tablet's value.

Alex Wawro is a lifelong tech and games enthusiast with more than a decade of experience covering both for outlets like Game Developer, Black Hat, and PC World magazine. He currently serves as a senior editor at Tom's Guide covering all things computing, from laptops and desktops to keyboards and mice.

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FAQs

Which brand is best for tablet? ›

Therefore, we will guide you every step of the way starting with our suggestions for the best tablets!
  • Best Tablet Overall - SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB S6.
  • Budget Tablet - PANASONIC TAB 8 HD.
  • Best Portable Tablet - LENOVO TAB M8 2ND GENERATION.
  • Best Tablet for Kids - LENOVO SMART YOGA TABLET.
  • Best Tablet - SAMSUNG GALAXY A7.

What is the best GB for a tablet? ›

Frequent high performance use. If you plan to use your tablet a lot and want the best there is to offer, we recommend looking for: 4GB or more of RAM and a quad or octa-core processor for powerful performance.

Which Samsung tablet is best buy? ›

The best Samsung tablets you can buy today
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S8.
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE.
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6.
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (8-inch)
  • Samsung Galaxy Book (12-Inch)
Aug 24, 2022

Which is the No 1 tablet in the world? ›

The premium Apple iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2021) is the best tablet in the world if money is no object.

Which is the best affordable tablet? ›

Best Budget Tablets
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 2021.
  • Realme Pad Mini.
  • Realme Pad.
  • Realme Pad Mini LTE.
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite.
  • Lenovo Tab M10.
  • TCL Tab 10.
  • Lenovo Tab M8 FHD 64GB.

Is RAM important on a tablet? ›

RAM works with the other components of your tablet and is the part responsible for multitasking or running complex programs. You will want a minimum of 2GB of RAM in any tablet, as that will allow it to perform all essential work or school tasks.

Is 256GB enough for a tablet? ›

256GB: for those who work on the go

A 256GB storage capacity is always a solid choice. You can download all your favorite apps and the latest games without worrying about storage. You can easily save your holiday photos and videos on an iPad with 256GB.

Which is better 32GB or 64GB? ›

64GB vs 32GB RAM: Which Is Better? When all is said and done, 64 GB is better than 32 GB RAM. It allows for more memory, better functionality, higher speeds, and more tasks to run on your computer simultaneously.

How long will a tablet last? ›

Tablets have a shorter lifespan compared to laptops. They can perform well for up to two years, after which if the software is not updated, it may require constant repair. This is a problem with most Android tablets. It either begins to hang more often, works really slow, or the display shows signs of malfunctions.

What Samsung tablets are no longer supported? ›

It's the end of the road for the Samsung Galaxy S7 active and the old Galaxy Tab A 10.1 – at least if you want to continue receiving security updates. Still, both devices were released in 2016, which means they've received support for 4 years.

What is the difference between Galaxy Tab A and S? ›

Comparison: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite VS Galaxy Tab A 10.1 - YouTube

What is the latest version of Android tablet? ›

What is the latest version of Android? The latest publicly available version of Google's mobile OS is Android 11, which was released in autumn 2020.

Is 8GB RAM enough for tablet? ›

In most cases, 8GB is a better fit, and if you plan to use a tablet as your primary computer memory or for your gaming phones, you will need 16GB. Remember that tablets are usually with other devices between your phone and your computer.

What makes a tablet fast? ›

Fast tablets have 8 processor cores, for example. You'll usually see a number behind a processor. The higher this number, the newer and faster the chip often is. So an Apple A14 chip is more powerful and faster than the older A12 chip.

Which tablet can replace a laptop? ›

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  • 17. 6 best tablets you can buy instead of laptops. ...
  • 27. Apple iPad. ...
  • 37. Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4. ...
  • Samsung Galaxy Note tablets. Samsung Galaxy Note tablets. ...
  • 57. Lenovo Yoga 8. ...
  • 67. Acer Iconia W4. ...
  • Dell Venue Pro 8.
Nov 2, 2020

Which is better iPad or tablet? ›

iPads tend to be more stable and easier to use than other tablets. The iPad is still in the lead when it comes to the number of available and useful apps. Android currently has fewer apps which are optimized for tablets. However, this is increasing all the time.

Is iPad better than Android tablet? ›

Compared to competing tablets, the iPad is more stable, easier to use, and works more smoothly. In terms of overall user experience for a non-technical user, Apple's iOS has a distinct advantage over Google's Android OS. It's a robust, user-friendly operating system with a simple UI.

Which is best tab for students? ›

The best tablets for students available now
  1. iPad Mini (6th Gen, 2021) The best student tablet overall. ...
  2. iPad Pro 12.9 (2021) The best high-end student tablet. ...
  3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. ...
  4. Amazon Fire HD 8 (2020) ...
  5. Microsoft Surface Pro 8. ...
  6. Microsoft Surface Go 3. ...
  7. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. ...
  8. iPad Air 4 (2020)
Aug 25, 2022

Is Amazon fire an android? ›

Fire OS is the operating system that runs Amazon's Fire TV and tablets. Fire OS is a fork of Android, so if your app runs on Android, it will most likely run on Amazon's Fire devices too. You can quickly check your app's compatibility with Amazon through the App Testing Service.

What's the difference between a tablet and a notebook? ›

A notebook is basically just another name for a laptop, which is basically a computer that is squeezed into a very small package. A tablet is a smaller and sleeker type of computer as it forgoes the physical QWERTY keyboard found on most notebooks, which takes up a big amount of space on the device.

Which tab is best for students? ›

The best tablets for students available now
  1. iPad Mini (6th Gen, 2021) The best student tablet overall. ...
  2. iPad Pro 12.9 (2021) The best high-end student tablet. ...
  3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. ...
  4. Amazon Fire HD 8 (2020) ...
  5. Microsoft Surface Pro 8. ...
  6. Microsoft Surface Go 3. ...
  7. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. ...
  8. iPad Air 4 (2020)
Aug 25, 2022

Which is better tablet or iPad? ›

iPads tend to be more stable and easier to use than other tablets. The iPad is still in the lead when it comes to the number of available and useful apps. Android currently has fewer apps which are optimized for tablets. However, this is increasing all the time.

Which is better laptop or tablet? ›

Tablets are designed for portability and typically have less processing power than laptops. Their larger screens allow apps to customize based on user preferences, and tablets have become much more popular over laptops due to their versatility.

Is Samsung Tab S7 worth buying? ›

But the Tab S7 doesn't just stand in Apple's shadow. Its battery life beats the iPad Pro's, and that's just one of the reasons why the Galaxy Tab S7 is one of the best Android tablets around, and one of the best tablets overall.

What are tablets good for? ›

Tablets are flexible devices that can be useful in a variety of situations. You can use a tablet to check and respond to email, participate in video calls, watch movies and tv shows, surf the web, read ebooks, play games, and more.

What tablets are used in schools? ›

  • Amazon Fire 7. The little big tablet for school work. ...
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. A brilliant budget tablet for schools. ...
  • Huawei Mediapad T3 8-inch. A more powerful tablet option for school. ...
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0-inch. A solid tablet for all uses. ...
  • iPad Mini. The most powerful tablet for school. ...
  • Amazon Fire HD 8 Plus.
Aug 2, 2022

Is Galaxy Tab A7 good for students? ›

Samsung's Galaxy Tab A7 Lite 8.7 is an excellent mobile device for supporting digital learning, whether students are attending in person or virtually. It comes with a crisp 8.7-inch display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory, which can be expanded with a microSD card.

How long does an Android tablet last? ›

Tablets have a shorter lifespan compared to laptops. They can perform well for up to two years, after which if the software is not updated, it may require constant repair. This is a problem with most Android tablets. It either begins to hang more often, works really slow, or the display shows signs of malfunctions.

Is Samsung or Apple better? ›

Another major advantage that iPhones have over Samsung phones is the longevity of the devices. Although Samsung now offers four years of major Android updates for its flagships and mid-range phones, iPhones can easily last for five to six years. However, there's one important caveat to this.

Can a tablet be used as a phone? ›

The easiest way to use your tablet as a phone is to install messaging apps like WhatsApp, which also has the phone call feature. For this, you need VoLTE or VoIP to use your tab as a phone. This allows to place calls and send texts over mobile data or wi-fi.

What are the disadvantages of a tablet? ›

Comparison Table for Advantages And Disadvantages Of Tablets
AdvantagesDisadvantages
LightweightWeak Capabilities
Attractive DesignLess Number of Ports
Smaller in SizeHardware Damage Problem
Longer Battery BackupThe Screen Size is Small the Laptop
1 more row
May 30, 2022

What can a laptop do that a tablet Cannot? ›

As a result, laptops have more power than tablets and can easily run multiple programs simultaneously. This makes laptops particularly efficient and conducive to multitasking. Because laptops use traditional hard drives, they have greater storage capacity relative to tablets.

Can I use a tablet like a laptop? ›

Those who own an Android-powered tablet, such as a Samsung Galaxy or Amazon Fire, can add a wired or wireless mouse and keyboard to turn it into a laptop without breaking the bank. You have several options for these accessories, but battery life for wireless devices, comfort, design, price and quality vary greatly.

Which is better S7 or S7+? ›

The S7 Plus doesn't only have the larger screen - it's 12.4-inches on the diagonal, compared to the 11-inch screen of the standard S7 - but the Plus also uses an AMOLED panel, compared to the standard S7's IPS LCD. Both offer good viewing angles, but it's that OLED panel that wins in terms of ultra black levels.

How long will Galaxy Tab S7 be supported? ›

Samsung has released its newest security update to one more high-end Galaxy tablet. The Galaxy Tab S7 has started getting the June 2022 security update, but it is currently limited to the US. Other countries could get the update soon.

Is Samsung S7+ worth buying? ›

It's a great size, the improved refresh rate makes everything smooth and the resolution is fantastic. We've found the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus to be one of the most powerful Android tablets money can buy thanks to its upgraded Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset. If you want top power, you'll get it here.

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