Which 2023 Android Tablet Should You Buy?

When it comes to technology, in particular, handheld devices, choosing the right one can get pretty confusing very quickly. With so many features under a flurry of varying price points, one might experience a mental short circuit.

We’re here to help you, at least, with Android Tablets. We’ll look at the best Android tablets of 2023.

Remember, the most expensive devices aren’t always the right devices for you. Often, we pay for features we simply don’t use. That’s a waste of money.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

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So, you enjoy a big screen? Meet Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra and it’s near 15 inch screen. To put this into perspective, this is much bigger than any iPad on the market. The display is 1848 x 2960. The camera features a 12MP ultra-wide lends.

So who is the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra for?

You do a lot of video calls from your tablet. You like creating art on your tablet. You don’t mind the extra weight (726g) and overall size (14.6 inches) needed to accommodate such a robust device. You like taking pictures at extra high-quality for editing or printing purposes.

If none of that sounds like you, do you really want to lug around such a large tablet? It will cost you more (over $1,000). If the above does sound like you, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is an incredible experience and worth the money.

Lenovo Yoga Tab 13

At around half the price of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 is an amazing deal that offers a lot of usable features. For one, it has a stand so you can pop it up. Sure, you can do this with any tablet but you must pay extra for a case that has a stand. The Yoga Tab 13 comes with a stand built in. This is great for using FaceTime and Zoom on, or watching a movie on a plane.

In terms of size, the screen is still a healthy 13 inches. That’s relatively still large so you do need to consider size in terms of carrying it around. The screen is officially 1350 x 2160.

Now, there’s no rear camera. That’s a bit odd and bucks the trend of the tablet industry which is why we point it out. There is a micro HDMI port, which is awesome because it means you can use it as an external monitor. Portable external monitors are becoming a big deal as more and more people work from cafes or hotels.

If you are someone who travels a lot and needs an external monitor, we’d think you should highly consider the Yoga Tab 13.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus

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We’re going a little old school here, folks. And for good reason. Price and features. Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus is a few versions old, but it’s a highly equipped tablet with tons of features for around $600.

If you’re a big Android fan and Lenovo isn’t for you, maybe consider the S7.

The screen is under 13 inches at 12.4 (resolution 1752 x 2800 pixels) which makes it an easier carry than the latest S8 Ultra. It runs Android 10, has 128 gigs of on board storage plus a microSD port for hooking in additional storage. There’s a rear and front camera (remember the Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 came up short on the rear camera).

And here’s the best part. The Galaxy Tab S7 uses the Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset, which means it runs like a beast. This tablet can handle a ton of processing. Again, it’s not as loaded as the newer S8. But it’s roughly half the price and comparable in storage and processing power.

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