Are you planning to buy an Android tablet? Are you looking for the best Android tablets in the market? Then check out our top list of Android tablets.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
This tablet was the successor to the first ever tablet from Samsung, the Galaxy Tab. The main attraction of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the Android 3.1 or Honeycomb operating system it runs. It is more powerful, light and user-friendly than previous Android versions for the tab. When compared to the iPad, it is a lot sleeker as well. The Galaxy Tab makes use of the Tegra 2 Dual Core processor which is a real monster. Camera duties are handled by a 3MP unit at the rear and a 2MP unit at the front for video calling capabilities.
When launched, the Motorola Xoom was the first tablet to run the latest version of Android for tabs, i.e. Honeycomb. It was also the first tablet to use Nvidia’s powerful Tegra 2 Dual Core processor which is clocked at 1.2 GHz. With 1 GB of RAM, multitasking is hassle free as is multimedia playback. The Xoom features 32 GB of in built storage which is fantastic if you watch a lot of videos and have a large music collection. The tablet is equipped with both 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity options which can even be upgraded to the super fast 4G.
Toshiba’s yet to be named tablet runs the latest version of Android 3.1 aka Honeycomb. The main feature of the tablet is its video improvement technology and resolution. What this innovation from Toshiba does is vastly improve the image quality apart from making even standard definition videos appear like high definition. This coupled with the tablet’s fantastic screen (sporting Toshiba’s Adaptive Display Technology which adjusts screen brightness as per ambient light) provides a fantastic multimedia experience. One of the more user friendly features of the tab is its user replaceable battery. Overall, an excellent effort from Toshiba.
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HTC has long been producing some brilliant smartphones and the Flyer is their first attempt at garnering a share in the tablet market. But quite to the disappointment of many industry watchers and consumers, the tab still runs the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS instead of the more tablet-optimized Android 3.1 Honeycomb. On the plus side, the HTC Flyer has one of the most beautiful shells out there with its all aluiminum build. It also comes with a nice case and has the ability to record audio of very good quality. Personalization is very easy with the Flyer with its many widgets and apps.
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer
The striking design of the Transformer instantly differentiates it from the other tabs in the market. A keyboard/docking station is bundled with it which turns the Transformer into a netbook. It also features a very sharp screen which has a 1280×800 resolution. ASUS has opted for IPS technology for the Transformer’s screen and it shows in the incredible viewing angles and color reproduction offered by it. The tablet is powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 2 Dual Core processor and runs the Android 3.2 OS. The rear camera is a 5MP unit with LED flash while the front is a 1.2MP unit.