The best Android tablets! (Early 2018)
We all know that the tablet market is at a stall now, but that doesn’t mean that they’re not needed anymore. A tablet is the perfect device for everyone that wants to consume media or read. Also, with the amount of applications available right now, you can easily do basic work on it. You can easily edit documents, send emails or do some basic photo editing. These things alone will keep tablets here for a while, and today we’re going to present you the best Android tablets for every price range! Therefore, read on!
High-end: Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
For those of you that don’t have any limits for your wallets and what the absolute best, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is currently one of the best Android tablets. On the outside, you’re going to get the same design notes that you can find in the Galaxy S8. That means glass on the front and back, with the sides being metal for more durability. The display is 9.7”, capped at 2048×2536 resolution. It is AMOLED, a standard for Samsung devices. On the inside, the Tab S3 is powered from the Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Furthermore, you’re also getting a 6000mAh battery, which should be enough for long work or media sessions. The Tab S3 comes with Android Nougat, which could be the only downside, but I’m not bothered that much. You can grab the Galaxy Tab S3 for $600 at your local stores.
Medium – range: ASUS ZenPad 10
The ASUS ZenPad 10 is currently one of the best Android tablets in the medium price range. Priced at $180, we could even safely say that it is on the lower end, so even budget consumers could take a look at it. On the outside, you’re getting a plastic finish, with the edges on the front being metal for extra protection. On the inside, you’re getting a decent package. The chipset found in the ZenPad 10 is the MediaTek 8163 – a decent contender that should handle everyday tasks. Also, it comes with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, which should be more than enough. The biggest downside of the ZenPad is the version of Android, which comes in the Marshmallow flavor. It is already few years old, but again, we’re not that much bothered since this is a tablet. In conclusion, it is a worthy pick.
Low budget: Amazon Fire family
If you don’t want to shell out many of your precious money for a tablet that will only be used for media consumption, the Amazon Fire family is perfect for you. All of the devices are designed from plastic, which is expected for the low price. On the inside, you’re getting some decent hardware. The Amazon Fire 7 is featuring a quad-core 1.7GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The Amazon Fire HD 8 is packing a better screen and 1.5GB of RAM. Almost everything else is the same as the Fire 7. Both tablets come with a modified version of Android, which is heavily oriented around Amazon. Still, all of your media consumption apps are available, so that shouldn’t bother you that much.