Best Android Tablets

Review & Comparison, Last Update May 16, 2020
Android tablets are portable gadgets that use a touch screen as a main input/output device and run under Android OS. These tablets are versatile enough and have many expandability features to be used for both work and entertainment. Here is the review of 5 best models available that we've made to help you when choosing the best option. ...Read more ...Read less
BEST 2020
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OUR VERDICT
Display
CPU (SoC)
RAM
Onboard Storage
Battery Life
Wireless Connectivity
Camera
Interfaces
Android Version
Weight
Warranty
 
PROS

The main camera has a 13-MP lens with an autofocus feature that enables taking truly stunning mobile photos. Likewise, the 8-MP front camera will be great for video calls and Instagram stories.

CONS

No mini-jack for headsets and headphones.

OUR VERDICT

The Super AMOLED display of the S5e is one of the main selling points of the device that brings stunning colors and high detail levels across the board. Moreover, the inclusion of Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 CPU easily makes this Tab model one of the fastest products for the money.

detailed parameters
Display

10.5", Super AMOLED, WQXGA (1600 x 2560)

CPU (SoC)

Qualcomm SDM 670 (2.0 GHz Dual-core + 1.7 GHz Hexa-core)

RAM

4 GB

Onboard Storage

64 GB

Battery Life

Up to 15 hours

Wireless Connectivity

Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0

Camera

13MP / 8MP

Interfaces

MicroSD slot, USB Type-C

Android Version

Android 9.0 Pie

Weight

0.88 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The model has 2 speakers at the front with the Dolby Atmos support, you will have surround sound with or without headphones. It is also one of the lightest options and it offers up to 20 hours of work on a single charge.

CONS

Upgrading the old Android version can be a bit of a hassle.

OUR VERDICT

The Lenovo Tab 4 is an elegant device that will be liked by adults and kids the same, it is one of the fastest Android tablets in completing your everyday tasks and is great to watch your favorite TV shows. There is an LTE supporting option as well.

detailed parameters
Display

8" IPS Multitouch LCD;
1280 x 800

CPU (SoC)

Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ MSM8917 (1.4 GHz)

RAM

2 GB

Onboard Storage

16 GB

Battery Life

Up to 20 hours

Wireless Connectivity

Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, 4G

Camera

5MP / 2MP 

Interfaces

MicroSD slot, Combo audio jack

Android Version

Android 7.1 Nougat  

Weight

0.68 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The built-in microSD slot allows expanding the base memory unit up to 512 GB with relative ease. But what makes it special, though, is the compatibility with OTG cables, which makes it possible to connect USB flash drives to the tablet.

CONS

It takes a while to fully charge the battery.

OUR VERDICT

If you are looking for a relatively small tablet, then Galaxy Tab A will be right up your alley. A full-metal backplate makes it easy to hold and carry around on top of the fact that it is quite durable. A great option for home and office use.

detailed parameters
Display

8", IPS, WXGA (800 x 1280)

CPU (SoC)

Qualcomm SDM 429 (2.0 GHz Quad-core)

RAM

2 GB

Onboard Storage

32 GB

Battery Life

Up to 13 hours

Wireless Connectivity

Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2

Camera

8MP / 2MP

Interfaces

MicroSD slot, Micro USB, 3.5mm stereo

Android Version

Android 9.0 Pie

Weight

0.76 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The Face Recognition technology makes it easy to unlock the device without even touching it. Moreover, the tablet features pretty much every security protocol that Android 9.0 has to offer.

CONS

The standard camera app lacks optimization.

OUR VERDICT

Lenovo is known for its affordable and reliable devices and Tab M10 is not an exception to this rule. A powerful combination of a Quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM makes this model a perfect budget-friendly solution for home use.

detailed parameters
Display

10.1", IPS, WXGA (800 x 1280)

CPU (SoC)

Qualcomm SDM 429 (2.0 GHz Quad-core)

RAM

2 GB

Onboard Storage

32 GB

Battery Life

Up to 9 hours

Wireless Connectivity

Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2

Camera

5MP / 2MP

Interfaces

MicroSD slot, Micro USB, 3.5mm stereo

Android Version

Android 9.0 Pie

Weight

1.06 lbs

Warranty

1 year

PROS

The smart Eye Health Function adjusts the brightness of the screen to reduce eye fatigue when working with text documents or watching films. The screen also allows you to watch at different angles without losing the quality of the picture.

CONS

The CPU is somewhat slow at times.

OUR VERDICT

If you are on a shoestring budget and seek a tablet with a huge screen that can tackle basic multimedia and office tasks, the Vankyo MatrixPad Z4 is the right fit for you.

detailed parameters
Display

10.1", IPS, WXGA (800 x 1280)

CPU (SoC)

Rockchip RK3326 (1.5 GHz Quad-core)

RAM

2 GB

Onboard Storage

32 GB

Battery Life

Up to 8 hours

Wireless Connectivity

Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0

Camera

8MP / 2MP

Interfaces

MicroSD Slot, Micro USB, 3.5mm stereo

Android Version

Android 9.0 Pie

Weight

1.08 lbs

Warranty

1 year

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (SM-T720NZKAXAR)

Samsung at Its Best

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e is designed for users that search for something similar to Apple products and we can safely say that this model can surpass the standard-issue iOS model in terms of price, performance, and versatility with relative ease. So, let’s get into it.

The S5e features 64 GB of memory on board but the capacity can be increased owing to the MicroSD slot. The device supports expandable memory up to 512 GB, which should suffice even the most demanding users out there. The only quirk that bothered us is that it is a bit tricky to open the slot, so don’t expect that it will be easy to switch between SD cards often.

Although the tablet is fairly slim (compared to similar gadgets in the same price range), it weighs almost 1 pound, which isn’t exactly a benefit, especially if you intend on using it on a daily basis.

The main 13 MP camera is more than enough to make beautiful photos but not something that you can call a masterpiece afterward. The 8 MP frontal camera, on the other hand, is ideal for Skype and other video calls as well as for making occasional selfies.

Review of Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (SM-T720NZKAXAR) 10.5 inch Android Tablet (2019)

Improved Ergonomics And Performance

As far as the display is concerned, this model features a simply enormous, 10.5-inch display with Super AMOLED technology that beats pretty much any IPS device out of the water with its depth of field and high-contrast effects. Combined with a 16:10 aspect ratio and 1600 x 2560 resolution, all multimedia files look crystal-clear, which makes this particular model an all-around great option for reading, watching videos, as well as for simply browsing the net.

The tablet is equipped with one of the latest iterations of Android - 9.0 (Pie), the S5e got a significant performance boost over the Android Oreo. Furthermore, the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processor that the tablet has under its housing features a 2.0-GHz dual-core chip paired with 1.7 GHz Hexa-core one, which ensures that the gadget won’t lag even at 100% load.

Unlike other devices on our list, the S5e features the latest version of Bluetooth 5.0, so it works flawlessly with wireless keyboards, controllers, as well as with headsets and Bluetooth speakers.

This model is optionally available as a 128-GB version and with LTE support so, for a little extra, you can get a truly autonomous device that supports both Wi-Fi and LTE protocols that you can carry around pretty much everywhere without going offline.

Wrapping things up, the S5e from Samsung will be a great pick if you are searching for a powerful tablet that can be used for both work and leisure without any compromises in performance.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (SM-T720NZKAXAR) 10.5 inch Android Tablet (2019) in the use

Additional Info

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Lenovo Tab 4 (ZA2B0009US)

One of the Best on the Affordable Side

When talking about the quality-to-cost ratio, there is no way we can avoid mentioning the Lenovo Tab 4. This small Android tablet (and it is small, 8" in diagonal) at a fairly affordable price will offer you high performance and a variety of features. For starters, it offers up to whole 20 hours of work before you need to recharge it. Well, under perfect conditions, of course.

The gadget is based on a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor. Although it is not the latest Snapdragon generation processor—that would be Snapdragon 845—it is still one of the fastest and the most advanced there is today. To be fair, a tablet on an 845 platform would cost you quite a bit more, too, whereas what we have here is a more or less budget-friendly gadget.

Let's get back to the actual topic, though. Besides one of the most powerful processors, this 8-inch tablet is equipped with a 2GB RAM, which is, again, not the largest available today but not the smallest either. Generally, you see this RAM volume in bigger tablets, though, for an 8-inch model, it is a really good choice.

The Lenovo Tab 4 has an IPS display with a 1280x800 resolution, both quite usual for a tablet of this size. IPS will allow you to see what's on the screen from almost any angle and in the daylight, which is the reason IPS panels are used in most of our portable gadgets now, and the HD resolution is probably the biggest you need for an 8-inch display, bigger will result in too small icons and too much energy draining for no particular reason since appreciating details on a small screen is not all that easy.

Review of Lenovo Tab 4 (ZA2B0009US) 8 inch Android Tablet

Family-Friendly

Usually, a portable gadget like a tablet is a very personal thing—we have our social accounts on them, mail, personal content, etc. But when your family is on a budget, you will probably have to share at least sometimes so you'll think twice before adding something that is for no one's eyes. It's stressing. But not with this model, no.

Lenovo Tab 4 is a tablet for your whole family, kids and adults alike. It offers you a possibility to create several accounts, one for each user. With your own social media accounts, passwords, and other important stuff. This includes accounts for kids. With an add-on Kids’ Package, you can set time restrictions so that your little one does not spend a whole day glued to the screen. It will also filter the inappropriate content, relieving you from the necessity to keep an eye on the child's use of the Internet continuously. And the Kids' Pack also includes a couple bonuses that will please children as well as parents: a blue-light screen filter to keep eyes healthy, a shock-resistant bumper for when the kids are clumsy miscreants, and stickers—basically, just for fun.

Be it work-related tasks, watching a movie via Netflix app, or playing a game—this small Android tablet will perform exceptionally.

Lenovo Tab 4 (ZA2B0009US) 8 inch Android Tablet in the use

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A (SM-T290NZKAXAR)

Surprisingly Fast 8-Inch Tablet

The Galaxy Tab A can be called a lite version of a Samsung tablet without any mind-blowing bells and whistles but with great performance and great build quality, which the company’s products are known for.

First things first, let’s take a look at what’s under the hood of this 8-inch tablet. The processor the gadget comes equipped with is one of the most popular quad-core mobile CPUs from Qualcomm - an SDM 429 that has a base clock rate of 2.0 GHz. We didn’t expect any miracles here, but the processor can surely deliver in terms of performance, especially if you usually run multiple applications in the background or in a split-screen mode.

Although the onboard memory is not something to write home about, 32 GB should be more than enough for installing the most essential applications alongside your favorite music tracks and a couple of movies on top. But it doesn’t end there, the internal storage can be expanded up to 512 GB without breaking a sweat using a microSD card at any given time.

Moving on, owing to the minimized bezel, you almost don’t notice the frame of the tablet, which makes browsing the internet, watching your favorite TV shows, movies, and playing games without any distractions.

Review of Samsung Galaxy Tab A (SM-T290NZKAXAR) 8 inch Android Tablet (2019)

Nimble yet Powerful

Even though the 8-inch screen of the tablet doesn’t put it alongside the largest gadgets available on the market today, it is still plenty big for watching movies, videos on the internet, and gaming comfortably without squinting at it. And thanks to the 800 x 1280 resolution of the IPS display, you won’t even have to.

Display out of the way, let’s talk about the autonomous capabilities of the Galaxy Tab A. The gadget is equipped with a 5100 mAh Lithium-ion battery, which should cover the needs of demanding users without breaking a sweat. But in case you need to take the tablet with you to the city or on the trip, we recommend grabbing a charging cable or a power bank as well.

As for some more subtle features, this tablet also supports true stereo sound, thanks to the built-in dual speakers, which make even mundane things from YouTube sound much better. Unlike most modern mobile devices, though, the Tab A still has a 3.5-mm audio jack, which is a nice feature, especially for users that are not really crazy about using wireless headsets at all times.

In the end, if you need an affordable multimedia device that can be used by any member of the family, then Samsung Galaxy Tab A is the right model to look for. Light, nimble, and excellently put together, it proves, once again, that a good tablet doesn’t always need to be overpriced.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A (SM-T290NZKAXAR) 8 inch Android Tablet (2019) in the use

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Lenovo Tab M10 (ZA4G0078US)

Built to Last

The Lenovo Tab M10 is designed for users that don’t want to deal with expensive gadgets that go out of fashion quickly. And fortunately enough, this model can surely impress, when it comes to performance and functionality.

First of all, this tablet is fairly well-built, which makes it a perfect solution for a home gadget and for use on-the-go. Likewise, since the device features the latest iteration of Android 9.0, it also has pretty much every aspect of the operating system there is, such as Face Recognition, Kids Mode, Gesture controls, among others.

The thing that we didn’t really like is the optimization of the standard camera app, which can lag quite a bit, especially when you launch it. Considering that both main and front cameras have a great lens, the native software doesn’t do them justice, and so, we recommend using a separate app for the purpose of making photos quick and without issues.

On the bright side, however, contrary to previous iterations of the tablet, the M10 features an upgraded and expanded Lithium-ion battery, which allows using the gadget for up to 12 hours straight, before it needs to be recharged. To be more precise, it has a 4850 mAh capacity, which gives it the best battery life among other tablets in the same category.

Review of Lenovo Tab M10 (ZA4G0078US) 10.1 inch Android Tablet (2019)

One of the Biggest Budget Tablets

Despite the fact that this tablet features a 10.1-inch display, we were surprised to discover that the screen resolution is capped at only 1280 x 800, which is somewhat limiting, to say the least. Upon closer examination, though, it isn’t really a handicap, all standard applications run smoothly and without any noticeable UI scaling, so you won’t need to take out the reading glasses to read a Reddit post or a Tweet.

Like most modern mobile gadgets, the Lenovo M10 features full Bluetooth support and can be connected to any headset, speaker, or controller that works wirelessly. The dual-band Wi-Fi module, on the other hand, provides the gadget with great coverage within your house even if you don’t have a wireless extender.

The display features aside, let’s take a closer look at the performance of the tablet as a whole. The M10 is equipped with a Qualcomm SDM 429 2.0 GHz Quad-core processor, which in combination with 2 GB of built-in RAM should suffice most applications without any stuttering.

Finally, if you are searching for a portable gadget with high functionality and good build quality, there is no better option than Lenovo. Extremely lightweight and highly versatile, it has everything a modern user needs from the get-go.

Lenovo Tab M10 (ZA4G0078US) 10.1 inch Android Tablet (2019) in the use

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VANKYO MatrixPad Z10

Protects Your Eyesight

Those users who don’t want to overpay but still seek a decent tablet should take a closer look at the VANKYO MatrixPad Z4. This 10-inch tablet is simple and budget-friendly but still can tackle basic working tasks and entertain you in your free time.

The first thing that we want to bring to your attention is that this model is fitted with a premium-quality screen. Not only does it display pictures well at any angle but it also takes care of your sight. The smart Eye Health Function adjusts the brightness of the screen to reduce eye fatigue when working with text documents or watching films. Users also point out that the touch display is very responsive. It has a resolution of 800 x 1280 pixels.

Despite being simple and affordable, this tablet has a few top-notch features such as an advanced operating system (Android 9.0 Pie) and a decent rear camera (8 MP). The front camera is not that good though, its resolution is only 2 MP. That’s why you may not enjoy the quality of your selfie photos or video calls.

The amount of random access memory is pretty usual - 2 GB. There is also 32 GB of the onboard storage, but since there is a MicroSD slot, you can add up to 128 GB and store a lot of important data on your tablet. The processor this device works on is the Cortex-A35 Quad-Core processor. It is a pretty basic one, but it is justified by the affordable price of the gadget.

Review of VANKYO MatrixPad Z10 10 Inch Tablet

Light for Easy Carrying

If you want to connect your VANKYO tablet to Wi-Fi or other autonomous devices, it features both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi modules. There is also a 3.5mm audio jack for speakers and headphones. As for the dimensions, this tablet has a size of 9.84 x 6.73 x 0.35 inches. It weighs 1.07 pounds, which is relatively small. It comes complete in a black body.

When purchasing any portable device, one of the most important things you should check is the battery. Unfortunately, this model doesn't boast a super capacious one. The time of autonomous work is only 8 hours. Hence, if you need a device to use on the go and you know you won’t be able to charge it frequently, you may have to consider some other options.

All in all, the VANKYO MatrixPad Z4 is an inexpensive gadget for those who want to enjoy various multimedia content on a big screen. It can also become your trusted office assistant in some basic tasks. Plus, when purchasing this model, you will get a 1-year warranty, so you can be confident in its service life.

VANKYO MatrixPad Z10 10 Inch Tablet in the use

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What Is an Android Tablet?

A tablet PC or a tablet for short is a portable device equipped with a touch screen, which combines some smartphone features with personal computer features. Tablet devices can connect to the Internet via built-in Wi-Fi transmitters but some models provide an Internet connection via 3G/4G cell phone networks using integrated modules and phone SIM cards. The design of tablet PCs allows surfing the Internet with comfort, watching various multimedia content (pictures, music or videos) and running various software applications, video games, working with electronic documents. A touchscreen serves as the main device control organ so you can operate a tablet PC with no keyboard or mouse. The tablet PCs that use the Android as an operating system or simply Android tablets are stand out for their possibility of full user interface customization to achieve a maximum possible use optimization and convenience. The Android OS, contrary to Windows, is very flexible and almost every Android tablet manufacturer develops a proprietary Android version with a customized shell, which may considerably differ from that by other manufacturers. Another feature that adds to Android tablets’ flexibility is the availability of the Google Play official application store by default. The Google Play allows Android users download thousands of freeware and shareware applications to their devices in a fast and convenient way.

Those of you who want to make text inputting experience with tablet PCs more convenient and more desktop PC-like can refer to our review of Bluetooth keyboards, in which we covered best devices of this type.

What Features to Compare

Display Parameters

When deciding on an Android tablet, the tablet case type and display parameters are the factors we recommend to consider first. Generally speaking, there are types of tablets on the market regarding their case design: standard monoblock models and those with an attachable keyboard for a more comfortable text input (also called transformers) that have all the standard functionality. You need to determine the intended use of your Android tablet and choose either type depending on the use. Please keep in mind that the display is still the main organ of interaction with the tablet even for transformers, so you need to select display parameters carefully. The Android tablets available offer displays with diagonal sizes ranging from 7 to 14 inches. It is important to keep in mind that tablet displays also have different maximum resolutions and use different panel technologies. With that, it is recommended to choose an optimal resolution for a specific display size. For example, for a 10-inch or so display the optimal resolution lies within the range between 1280x800 and 2048x1536 pixels. In this case, the icons and text are neither too small to read nor too big to look awkward and the grain effect is not very evident.

Performance, RAM, and Storage Capacity

Continuing with the consideration of important aspects of our Android tablet we come to its performance, RAM, and storage capacity. These parameters make difference first of all for those users who plan to use their tablets not only for Internet surfing but want to run modern games and applications. Android tablet PCs, just like desktop PCs and laptops, are equipped with CPUs (the CPUs are integrated into so-called SoCs together with GPUs in most Android tablets) and RAM. Thus, the more powerful CPU or SoC your tablet has under the hood the better the tablet runs different applications and the better is a user experience with the most recent and CPU-hungry applications and games. The more RAM is installed on the tablet the better the system responds to user commands and actions, the more applications you can run simultaneously and smoother they run.

In addition to the RAM, Android tablets have an onboard storage, which serves for storing the system and user data, including applications, media files, etc. While some models offer 64 GB of storage space or more we recommend choosing tablets that support storage expansion via micro SD or SD cards to reserve a room for the future tablet use.

Interfaces

The availability of various wireless technologies and connections also influences the possible scenarios of the Android tablet use. With all the modern tablet PCs supporting the Wi-Fi connectivity it is advisable for the tablet to support a dual-band Wi-Fi connection, which, in particular, the most recent 802.11ac standard offers. If you plan to use your Android tablet outdoors frequently it is worth choosing a model with a mobile Internet connection (3G, 4G or LTE). The Bluetooth connectivity also plays an important role in the use of your tablet as it allows a close-range pairing of the tablet with other digital devices. Another way of integrating your Android tablet with a global network, for example, a global positioning one, is the use of a built-in GPS module that enables the determination of your current location via specialized navigation software. Other indispensable slots are a 3.5 headphone audio out and a micro USB slot, which often serves also for the device charging. In case you wish to be able to charge your tablet wirelessly you will need the NFC support. Thus, the more slots and connections your tablet has the more equipment you can pair it with and more convenient it is to work with.

Additional Features

Last but not least tablet PC parameter to consider is additional features, which include front and rear cameras’ specifications, tablet battery life, version of the installed Android OS and its upgradability, case material, tablet weight, etc. The quality of rear camera optics and its resolution determine the quality of photos you can take with your tablet, for example, to share with your friends, while a front camera enables you to make video calls. If the tablet has built-in speakers you can listen to music and watch videos without connecting headphones. The importance of a long battery life speaks for itself, especially when on a trip. It is also important to check whether the tablet has the latest Android version installed and if not whether you can upgrade the OS to the newest one to eliminate possible issues of compatibility with new applications and games. And don’t forget about the balance of a stylish look of the tablet, the durability of its case and its light weight.

Did you know?

That:

  • More than a billion people in the world operate a tablet on a semi-daily basis and over 150 million own one of these devices.
  • Android tablets have had a large spike in popularity over the last few years and were able to finally surpass Apple with a market share of 57 percent.
  • Average tablet usage adds up to about 15 hours a week which is considerably more than that of a smartphone and a computer.
  • Some may find this statistic surprising but the most popular tablet activity has nothing to do with work, any form of videos or internet in general. It is actually video games with movies and TV shows trailing behind them in popularity. About 84% of tablet users tend to spend at least a few hours a week playing video games on their favorite device.
  • Although your average tablet boasts a convenient structure capable of providing a sufficient level of mobility, up to eighty-two percent of tablet owners use their device strictly at home, with 28% of them replacing their computer with a tablet altogether.
  • Researchers found that people tend to spend more time with their tablets than they do with paper books. Although this statistic may be somewhat ambiguous since a lot of individuals tend to read books on their tablets.

Bit of History

Although the first touchscreen piece of equipment was introduced fairly recently, with the first ever model being produced in 1982 by George Samuel Hurst and released in 1993 by IBM (though the technology didn't really receive any kind of popularity or commercial success for another 10 or so years), it does seem like touchscreen devices have been around for ages, doesn't it?

Part of it certainly has something to do with the fact that while the device became popular in the last decade, the first attempts to produce a touchscreen technology date back to 1970s when a couple of engineers from CERN developed a transparent touchscreen based on their work at a television factory in the early 1960s. Another cause for it could very well be the fact that an idea of a touchscreen technology has been prominent in the science fiction genre being mentioned as early as 1951 in Isaac Asimov's series of science fiction books called The Foundation.

The last but not least possible reason for this kind of phenomenon could possibly be the fact that a touchscreen technology provides a tremendous amount of convenience and utility that simply isn't possible to achieve using a regular device paired with an orthodox screen.

Speaking of convenience and utility, did you know that you could use your tablet as a powerful TV remote? With the right model in your hands, you will be capable of entirely replacing your remote with a tablet. Some of these devices are specifically designed with this kind of application in mind. The popular Samsung Galaxy Tab line, for instance, boasts a built-in IR transmitter that can be used as a universal TV remote. Although just like with the good old-fashioned remote, you will have to aim directly at your television set in order for it to work.

But that isn't even the remotely the most peculiar possible application for your tablet. The honor and privilege of bestowing that title would have to go to those bright folks that figured out that you can use your touchscreen device to tune your guitar. Professional and aspiring musicians usually tend to carry electric guitar tuners with them. But if you're an intermediate player that just wants to quickly tune his favorite musical instrument, or you would like to have a backup guitar in case your band is on tour, all you have to do is download Guitar Tuna, a free Android and iOS app that will do that job for you.

FAQ:

Q: What are the advantages of a tablet compared to a modern smartphone?

A: A tablet features quite a few advantages even if you compare it to some of the most technologically impressive models of smartphones on the market. First of all, tablets generally feature a much larger display, providing you with far more workspace opportunity and convenience regardless of whatever task at hand you're looking to execute. They're a considerably more appropriate tool for work and can also make the viewing experience, be it a blockbuster movie or your favorite television drama, a much more engaging activity. Second, a tablet is a far more versatile device that is much more suitable for video conferencing and can also serve as an e-reader far better than your average smartphone. Last but not least, tablets tend to be noticeably cheaper than their smartphone counterparts.

Q: What are the advantages of a tablet compared to a laptop?

A: Although your average tablet may lose to a laptop when it comes to functionality, the device has an array of features and assets that often make a tablet a significantly more alluring choice than a laptop. One of the more obvious and noticeable advantages of a tablet would be its portability. Tablets tend to be thin and light. Of course, if you happen to own a MacBook Air or an ultrabook, the difference may seem less noticeable than it usually is, but when it comes to most laptops, a tablet is thinner, lighter, and more portable by a long shot. If you plan on carrying the device around with you all day, that few pounds difference can be not just evident but often crucial. Another important difference is that tablets generally feature a battery life that far exceeds the one of your average laptop. There's also the fact that tablets tend to be much more convenient when it comes to certain tasks like reading or watching movies and they also almost always feature a camera, something that your typical laptop normally lacks.

Q: What is the most recent version of Android?

A: The latest version of Android is 8.0 "Oreo", which was released in August 2017. If you want to learn more about whether your knowledge on the subject is up to date, you can visit the Android History section at the official Android website.

Q: How can I tell which version I have?

A: The steps for checking your version may somewhat vary depending on your device but as a rule of a thumb, you should go to your device's settings option, look for an entry that says something along the lines of About Device, About Phone or anything of the sort and find the version of your Android on the list of specifications.

Q: Can I stream live sports on my Android device?

A: Absolutely. One of the many perks of owning an Android device is the ability to stream live sports. By virtue of the latest mobile technologies, sports fans nowadays are capable of having an unprecedented and unrestricted access to games happening simultaneously all over the world. To access live sports streaming on your Android device, you will have to download an app using the Google Play store or locate a website that is capable of connecting you to an online broadcast of the sporting event that you wish to observe.

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