Best Android Tablets in 2020 (May Reviews)

To help you find the best Android tablet, we’ve tried out dozens of models, testing for speed while in use, lots of RAM (minimum 2 GB) for multitasking functionality, big and colorful touchscreen displays, integration with the Google Play Store and the ability to play nice with smart assistants, such as Google Assistant. We also looked for products with long-lasting warranties (minimum one year) in case something happens down the line, and lots of storage options, with a minimum of 32 GB of built-in storage, including the capacity for SD cards.

You may also be interested in the best Android smartwatch or the best Android phone. The best Chromebook also runs Android.

The best Android tablet we tried was easily the Dragon Touch Max10 Tablet, which boasts a powerful 64 bit octa-core processor, a gorgeous 10.1” touchscreen display, with a resolution of 1920 x 1200, 32 GB of built-in memory, in addition to supporting Micro SD cards, and full integration with the entire suite of Google products, including Google Assistant, the Google Play Store and related apps, including Google Maps and Google Drive. The included Android 9.0 operating system and one year warranty are also both great. Keep reading to learn more about the Dragon Touch Max10 Tablet and the other products on this list.

Don’t forget about the best stylus for your slate.

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We bring you Android tablet reviews that cover tablets of all sizes and configuration. The best Android tablets by Asus, Samsung Google, Toshiba, and other brands are discussed in detail, include the best 7-inch Android tablets. Pure tablets or tablet hybrids, models such as Sony Xperia Z4 for newbies or versatile gaming tablets such as the Nvidia Shield are reviewed for features and performance. Android, by virtue of being an open source OS, offers a diverse range of tablets and there’s a tablet for every need.

It’s just a matter of finding out the right Android tablet for you. Our android tablet reviews can help you with it. Use them as buying guides and make an informed purchase decision. Looking for a tablet with great audio, then check out the Amazon Fire HDX 8.9. If you’re always connected and have your data in the cloud, then it’s the Nexus for you. And, we’ll let you when there’s a sale happening or there are deals on tablets to be grabbed.

Many consider Android tablets to be the best tablets that you can buy. You can also check out accessories like the best tablet floor stands, or the best tablet cover.

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