Here Are The Top 10 Best Android Tablet Computers As Of January, 2019
Android is slowly but surely becoming the default OS for tablet computers. From LG to Samsung, so many well-known manufacturers are choosing to make Android tablet computers, perhaps because it is open source or because the list of available Android apps is growing so quickly.
Considering this tablet computer's average ranking of 92%, we are confident that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8 is currently Alphachooser's best android tablet computer 2019. Furthermore, we think that our 6456 reviews sampled from our sources give us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies making it a "no-brainer best choice."
|Average rating: (92%) (6456 reviews over 4 sources)|
With its star rating of 4.5 over 446 reviews, here is what we consider second best android tablet computer. * This list, by the way, is based on an in-depth analysis of hundreds of android tablet computer reviews from around the web.
The Huawei MediaPad T3 7 seems to focus on delivering as much RAM as possible (2GB, in this particular case), since its other specs, like the 2-megapixel main shooter, 1024 x 600 display, and 1.3GHz CPU, are mostly unimpressive, even for a basic tablet.
|Average rating: (90%) (446 reviews over 3 sources)|
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8 WiFi 2016 is a tablet that is, in a way, compromised by a below-average 4000mAh battery, but has specs like a 2048 x 1536 display, 3GB of RAM, and an 8-megapixel rear camera to prop itself up.
|Average rating: (90%) (1395 reviews over 3 sources)|
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE 2017's specs secures it a spot among the more high-end tablets on the market (as of this writing), with a 2048 x 1536 display, 3GB of RAM, and a 1.8GHz processor leading its feature pack.
|Average rating: (89%) (1886 reviews over 3 sources)|
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8 2017 hosts promising specs, like a 153-hour audio playback time, 2GB of RAM, and an 8-megapixel and 5-megapixel camera duo, although its 1280 x 800 display just sits on the average across all tablets, as of November 2017.
|Average rating: (89%) (613 reviews over 2 sources)|
The MediaPad T3's promising 4800mAh battery powers a 1.4GHz processor (which works in tandem with 3GB of RAM) and an 8-inch 1280-pixel by 800-pixel display -- with these specs stealing the spotlight from the unimpressive 5-megapixel camera at this tablet's rear.
|Average rating: (88%) (753 reviews over 2 sources)|
The Huawei Mediapad M510 has an 8-core processor and 4GB of RAM that allows it to play audio and video without performance issues. It also features Huawei's Clarivu technology to compensate for frame drops and constant issues as well as Eye Comfort Mode for reducing the user's eye strain when reading text.
|Average rating: (88%) (523 reviews)|
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 sports one of the best sets of cameras we have seen on a tablet as of March 2017 (in terms of raw resolution), with its 4K video-recording 13-megapixel main camera leading its other specs -- namely, an optional keyboard accessory, a 5-megapixel selfie cam, a display resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, and a four-core Snapdragon 820 processor.
|Average rating: (88%) (699 reviews over 2 sources)|
Apart from the relatively-short 8-hour browsing time and unexciting 2.1-megapixel secondary camera, most of the rest of the Samsung Tab S2 SM-T813 tablet's specs are promising -- with some examples being the 2048 x 1536 display resolution, 3GB RAM, and 8-megapixel main camera.
|Average rating: (88%) (1447 reviews over 3 sources)|
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10's 1.6GHz processor, 8-megapixel main camera, and 1920 x 1200 display are all relatively-attractive specs for a tablet, but its 16GB local memory and 2-megapixel selfie cam may be seen as causes for concern.
|Average rating: (87%) (2500 reviews over 5 sources)|
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 boasts a powerful 8-core processor, 4GB RAM, and a max possible memory of 656GB with a microSD card. It's 7300mAh battery allows it to bear its processing power towards different tablet tasks for an extended period of time, such as playing 4k videos for up to 16 hours.
|Average rating: (76%) (7 reviews)|
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The Teclast T8 has enough guns to shake the mid-range tablet market (on the basis of its on-paper specs), but how its 2560 x 1600 display, 2.1GHz MediaTeK MTK8176 processor, and 13-megapixel front-facing camera will all fare in real life remains to be seen by the consumer.
The Teclast P10 tablet attempts to lure in consumers by banking on a 1920 x 1200 display, 2GB of RAM, and a 1.5GHz processor, although its camera specs remain unimpressive at 2 and 5 megapixels for the selfie and rear cameras, respectively.
|Average rating: (60%) (3 reviews)|
The 7-inch Digiland DL7006 may be small and it may pack basic specs (like a VGA selfie cam, a sub-HD 1024 x 600 display, and 8GB of memory, for instance), but these don't feel adequate to justify the small 2100mAh battery, which is a pretty underwhelming sight in the tablet category.
The iRULU X40 pledges 2GB's worth of RAM and a 1920 x 1200 display to hopefully satisfy consumers, but it's still a tablet with mostly-unimpressive specs -- evident from the 1.2GHz CPU, 2-megapixel main camera, and bulky 960-gram body.
|Average rating: (54%) (399 reviews)|
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active2 is designed with durability in mind -- it is dust proof, impact-resistant, has an IP68 water resistance rating, and is also rated to operate anywhere between -20 to 60 degrees Celsius. Its Glove and Wet touch modes allows operation of the touch screen even while wearing gloves or with wet hands.
|Average rating: (72%) (6 reviews over 2 sources)|
The iRULU eXpro 3 Plus tablet has mostly-basic specs, such as a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, a 1280 x 800 display, and a 2-megapixel main camera -- and yet the 4700mAh battery still manages to come up with only 200 hours of stand-by.
|Average rating: (54%) (399 reviews)|
The 10.1-inch ASUS ZenPad 10 Z301M's 1280 x 800 display resolution may not be the best (considering the size of its screen), but ASUS attempts to make up for this by arming the tablet with other specs, like Tru2Life technology, DTS HD Premium Sound, and a Visual Master display.
|Average rating: (78%) (665 reviews)|
The ASUS ZenPad 10 Z301MF tablet was obviously designed for entertainment use, since its multimedia features (like its 1920 x 1200 Tru2Life display, DTS HD Premium Sound, and Sonic Master technology) are a lot more promising than the rest of its specs.
|Average rating: (78%) (698 reviews over 2 sources)|
The 7-inch LeapFrog Epic Academy Edition tablet, on top of the usual kid-friendly specs like parental and time controls and a learning library, boasts additional content from LeapFrog Academy (for three free months) and an enhanced (but still below-average over-all) 7-hour working duration.
|Average rating: (75%) (168 reviews over 3 sources)|
The Dragon Touch K8's included Disney content, stylus pen, and integrated handle/stand ups its child-oriented factor -- but as a tablet, it lags behind in terms of specs like the 3-hour Amazon-provided battery life and slightly-below-average 1.3GHz processor speed.
Users of the Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus tablet have the option of availing additional family-oriented add-ons like a Kids' Package and a Home Assistant Pack, but it already features promising mid-range specs on its own, including multiple account support, a 2GHz eight-core processor, and a 1920 x 1200 display.
While the Lenovo Tab 4 10 Plus' 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 display and Dolby Atmos support are what places it firmly as an entertainment tablet, it has other promising specs -- like an 8-megapixel rear cam, 4GB of maximum RAM, and a 7000mAh battery -- that equally deserve recognition.
Judging from its collection of low-end specs, the BLU Touchbook M7 Pro clearly doesn't stray beyond what is expected from it -- with a 2-megapixel selfie camera, 1GB of RAM, and a 1.3GHz processor leading this tablet's set of features.
The Lenovo Tab 4 10 tablet clearly attempts to cater to families, since most of its specs are pretty-standard (like its 2GB RAM, 5MP main camera, and 1280 x 800 display resolution), which makes it more reliant on its support for multiple user accounts and optional productivity/kids add-ons to be its main selling points.
The Tab 4 8's specs stay within the realm of the everyday consumer tablet -- with 2GB of RAM, a 4850mAh battery, and a 1.4GHz processor -- and it boasts of support for multiple user accounts and an optional Kids' Package, which is a family-oriented add-on.
The Onda V10 Pro tablet aims to impress the public with specs like its 2560 x 1600 display resolution, 2GHz clock speed, and 8-megapixel autofocus-equipped rear camera, but it could've done a better job on its quad-core processor, 6600mAh battery power (for a 10 incher?) and just-average thickness of 9mm.
The specs found on the Lenovo Tab 10 solidifies its stance as an everyday family tablet, with its 1GB RAM, 1.3GHz processor, and 1280 x 800 display looking ready to handle basic tasks (for a promising 10 hours, according to Lenovo), but not much else.
The Teclast Tbook 16 Power is a 2-in-1 tablet computer that has a dual boot feature which allows users to freely switch between Windows 10 and Android 06 operating systems. Other specs include an Intel Atom X7-Z8750 Quad-core processor, Intel HD Graphics 405 GPU, and 8 GB of RAM.
The Panasonic FZ-B2 from the ToughPad series has a MIL-STD-810G certification and an IP65 rating to stay true to its name, but potential owners may find themselves wishing for better longevity specs (than the seven hours that it originally comes with) and a better resolution than 1280 x 800 pixels, considering that this tablet's price tag isn't a joke.
The Visual Land Prestige Prime 10SE tablet has mostly-average specs and a sub-par 2-megapixel main camera, but it tries to somewhat make amends by offering an octa-core 1.5GHz processor.
In spite of not having a rear camera, the Onda Obook 20 Plus looks intent to persuade consumers with specs like a 1.84GHz clock speed (at the fastest), 4GB of RAM, and a thickness of only 8mm -- while also being able to accommodate a detachable tablet keyboard (which, unfortunately, is sold separately).
The Nextbook Ares 10A's specs may mostly be average at best (like the 1GB RAM or the 1280 x 800 display, for instance), but it runs at a clock speed of 1.92GHz (courtesy of a quad-core CPU), which gives it an advantage over other budget tablets.
The Onda V80 Plus isn't the best in terms of its 2-megapixel main cam and 4200mAh power pack, but its display specs (a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels and an 8-inch diagonal) and the fact that it supports both Windows 10 and Android 5.1 give this tablet extra appeal.
The 3G dongle-hosting MX780 is an entry-level tablet which, as it seems, is designed for lighter tasks -- judging from the basic specs that it sports, namely a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of on-board memory, and an ordinary2500mAh battery.
Despite relying on an ordinary 4260mAh battery, the Huawei MediaPad T2 7.0 Pro tablet still gets into a rather-high-end groove with its 13-megapixel main camera, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in memory, and an 8-core CPU that runs at 1.5GHz.
Display details: 1920 x 1200 (323.23DPI) 7-inch screen
The LG G Pad X II tablet chills out with its integrated kickstand and pulls down a fairly-high-tier specs list, as suggested by its 8-core 1.5GHz CPU, 2GB of RAM, a dual-window viewing mode, and a 5-megapixel front-mounted camera, which has its own selfie light.
Imaging: 5-megapixel main / 5-megapixel selfie / 1920 x 1080-pixel camcorder
Display details: 1920 x 1200 (224.3DPI) 10.1-inch display
The LG G Pad X 10.1 tablet fits the profile of a lightweight 10-incher with its 17.25-ounce weight and it rocks out to a high-end beat, carrying an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of integrated memory, and a 7400mAh battery that squeezes out 600 minutes of usage time.
Display details: 1920 x 1080 (218.18DPI) 10.1-inch screen
Lenovo's business-oriented 10-inch tablet that adds a layer of protection with its IP52 rated durability and promises data security through its Android for Work and Google Play for Work pre-installed software.
The Nextbook Ares 10L tablet, which boasts LTE capability and a detachable Pogo keyboard, has a promising clock speed of 1.8GHz, but suffers the typical pitfalls of being affordable, as it had to sacrifice sizable memory specs and an attractive display.
After showing off a number of commonly-seen specs, such as 8GB of built-in memory, 210 minutes of usage time, and 1GB of RAM, the Kocaso MX790 tablet displays its more-exciting side by laying out its Aqua, Black, Blue, Hot Pink, Purple, Red, Silver, and White variants on the table.
This quad-core tablet is armed with a 7-inch screen, an 8GB memory expandable by up to 64GB, and a pair of 2- (rear) and 0.3-megapixel (front) cameras.
Display details: 1024 x 600 (169DPI) 7-inch screen
Although it faces the pitfalls of having a 16GB local memory and a basic-sounding 2-megapixel selfie cam, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10 with S Pen 10-inch tablet still finds itself laden with other promising tablet specs (on paper, that is), such as 3GB of RAM, an octa-core 1.6GHz processor, and an 8-megapixel rear-facing shooter.
The ASUS Z380M-A2 has to rely on added technologies like DTS HD Premium Sound and an ASUS TruVivid display to give itself more personality, considering that most of its specs -- like the 1.3GHz processor, 8-hour working time, and 2-megapixel selfie cam -- lie more on the average side of the tablet spectrum.
Offered only in a white variant, the dual-OS Teclast X80 Plus tablet flaunts 32GB of storage capacity, 2GB of RAM, and a maximum video resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels, but it also banks on rather-disappointing 2-megapixel front-and-rear cameras.
Weighing in at a rather-light 19.2 ounces, the Teclast X10 3G tablet trumpets about its octa-core 1.4GHz processor and a 6500mAh battery, but it also gets tacked with an ordinary 1280 x 800 display resolution and a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera that, at least, rocks a Sphere Panorama Shooting feature.
This low-specked, 10.1-inch Android-run tablet is home to a 4500mAh battery promising up to 24 hours of calling in one charge, with a 5-megapixel LED-flash rear camera and a quad-core 1.3GHz CPU joining its specs as well.
The Bestenme B101 tablet will probably sadden music-lovers with its 600-minute music playback time, but it scores substantial high-end points with its 8-core 2GHz CPU, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage capacity, and an 8000mAh battery.
The Ematic EGQ223BL tablet pushes a low-tier cart, which is loaded with simple specs, such as 1GB of RAM, a 4-core 1.2GHz CPU, a display resolution of 1920 x 600 pixels, and 16GB of storage capacity (with an added 5GB of cloud storage).
Its 8GB of memory can at least be increased by up to 64GB using a microSD card, but the Chuwi Vi7 tablet continues to pose for a low-end picture, surrounded by already-seen specs, which include a quad-core 1GHz processor, 120 hours of standby time, and a display resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels.
The SainSonic QT-10 tablet waits in the low-end queue, carrying a lot of entry-level specs with it, which include a 1024 x 600 display resolution, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in memory, and a rather-shocking 0.3-megapixel front-and-rear camera
The Yuntab K107 tablet can be seen roaming low-end territory, carrying a bunch of usual specs, which include a quad-core 1.3GHz CPU, a 1GB RAM, a 2-megapixel rear camera, and a relatively-short 360 minutes of usage time.
Samsung's smallest Galaxy Tab A model, boosting its MicroSD memory expansion limit to up to 200GB, drawing power from a 4000mAh battery with an estimated 11 hours of Wi-Fi browsing time.
With both of its cameras being 2-megapixel, this Fusion5 tablet makes a pretty strong case for its selfie sensor (while its rear counterpart fares slightly poorer compared to competing models) -- adding to its list of other noteworthy specs, like a promising 1.5GHz CPU, 3D graphics support, and an underwhelming RAM of 1GB.
While its 360-minute usage time is certainly not the best we have encountered, the dual-SIM Bestenme BST-960 takes a seat beside other high-end tablets and shows off its 8-core 2GHz processor, 4GB of RAM, a 2560 x 1600 display resolution, and an 8000mAh battery.
Despite having a somewhat-high-end 7000mAh battery, the Azpen G1058 tablet can only dish out 420 minutes of usage time while featuring 8GB of integrated memory, 1GB of RAM, and a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera.
This Android 4.4 KitKat tablet appears under-powered with its 1.3GHz quad-core Allwinner A33 chipset with only 512MB of RAM, a VGA-resolution selfie-shooter (0.3-megapixel), and an absence of a dedicated rear-camera.
Despite reintroducing basic specs like a 1.3GHz quad-core CPU and a single 2-megapixel rear-mounted camera, the Samsung Galaxy Tab E LITE manages to look somewhat dapper with its leather-textured back panel and matte borders.
The Archos 70 Platinum, being only 270 grams and having a width of 108mm, will likely satisfy tablet users who are looking for devices that would comfortably sit on their palms -- but this is at the expense of its specs, since its 0.3-megapixel selfie camera, 1.3GHz processor, and 2600mAh battery are all below-par.
The LG VK810 tablet secures a rather-high-tier seat with its voice-activated 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, a screen resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, and 642 minutes of standby time, but it also hums a basic-specked tune, which consists of a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera and 16GB of storage capacity.
NVIDIA's 8-inch tablet targeted for gamers, that lets users wirelessly stream PC games on the tablet or through NVIDIA's GeForce Now cloud gaming service.
The Skytex SP1026 tablet follows an ordinary flight path, being loaded with already-seen features, which include 1GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in memory, a display resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, and 360 minutes of usage time.
The 27.04-ounce Visual Land Prestige Elite 11Q tablet does not seem very lightweight, but it does carry an assortment of rather-top-end specs, which include 32GB of storage capacity, 2GB of RAM, a 4-core 1.6GHz processor, and an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera.
TabletExpress releases this upgrade to the y88x, the DragonTouch Y88X Plus. Differences are scant, including upgrading the 1.2Ghz quad-core processor to 1.3Ghz, adding an IPS display, and a 2-megapixel rear camera.
This Google-made tablet sports a detachable wireless keyboard, a 500-nit 10-inch display, and Android 6.0.
Although its 1.8GHz Intel Atom CPU is undoubtedly a catch for a low-end tablet such as itself, the Nextbook Ares 8L still largely settles for basic specs, including a 2-megapixel rear-facing shooter, a 1280 x 800 display, and 1GB of RAM.
The Vuru A33 tablet shows off its fun side by featuring different-colored variants (White, Black, Pink, Orange, Green, Red, Yellow, and Blue), while tagging along ordinary specs, such as a 4-core 1.2GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and 8GB of ROM.
A stylus-bearing tablet secured with LG's Knock code feature, using a 2-megapixel secondary camera with Soft Light flash for selfies, and providing a full-size USB port.
A 10-inch Lenovo tablet that appears to be intended for multimedia entertainment and presentations, with its built-in projector, JBL speakers, 32GB internal memory, and a 13-megapixel main camera with a 5-megapixel front shooter.
A 3rd generation (IPS) 10-inch tablet from Lenovo's Yoga tab series featuring an 8-megapixel rotating camera, a 16GB internal memory and an 8400mAh lithium-Ion battery offering a surprising up to 18 hours of usage time, according to Lenovo.
A mid-range 7-inch tablet from Nabi with designs and sounds taken from the Star Wars movies, showcasing two models with a matching theme for both the sticker wraps and bumper case, as well as a limited availability.
The RCA 7 Mercury Pro seems to not exceed expectations with relatively low-key specs, such as 8GB of Memory and a 2-megapixel rear cam, but also redeems itself with that interesting carrying case that doubles as a keyboard.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6 tablet's 1.2GHz quad-core CPU is not the quickest we have seen, but its 7300mAh battery promises to reel in a remarkable 11880 minutes of music playback and 720 minutes of video playback time.
One can't expect the Proscan PLT8802G to produce stellar performance, as most of its specs, which include an 800 x 600 display and a dual-core 1GHz CPU, are significantly below what one would find in the average tablet.
While its quad-core CPU can gallop at an above-average 1.8GHz, the Nextbook Ares 8 tablet looks inclined to wage only an entry-level war, being armed with typical specs, such as 1GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in memory, and a 2-megapixel rear-facing camera.
Its dual headset jacks are not a very common feature and its 7000mAh battery seems juicy-enough, but the Azpen A1048 still shows up as a rather-ordinary tablet, being equipped with 8GB of built-in memory, 1GB of RAM, a 4-core 1.3GHz processor, and 480 minutes of usage time.
A regular 10-inch tablet trying to impress with its mini-HDMI output feature, coming with a 16GB internal storage, 5-megapixel main camera, a 2-megapixel front shooter, and making no mention of a MicroSD expansion capability.
The LeapFrog Epic offers up to six hours of usage on a range of pre-selected Android apps, including its playable home screen and daily surprises
A 1.2Ghz quad-core tablet running Android 4.4 Kitkat with a 7-inch TFT display, full phone features, a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, and a rather lacking 2,500mAh battery.
Its Dual Window feature and 600-minute stand-by time might entice you, but the LG G Pad F 8.0 tablet also looks ordinary when you view its average specs, such as a quad-core 1.2GHz CPU, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of built-in memory that thankfully can be expanded by up to 128GB with a microSD card.
Its 1GB of RAM, 480 minutes of usage time, and 1024 x 600 display resolution are specs that we have already encountered in a lot of tablets, but will the ASUS ZenPad C 7's 360-surround sound technology (while using headphones) be enough to make us forget about that?
8.3-inch Android 5.0 octa-core tablet packed with features like Q Pair, Dual Window, and a full-size USB port, essentially making it a multi-tasking machine.
A classy 8-inch tablet from Asus carrying an HD-resolution IPS display, showcasing a spacious 32GB internal storage, two front-facing stereo speakers, and a sophisticated design with its etched metal back-panel and leather-pattern borders.
This tablet takes pride primarily in its 8-inch 1280 x 800 display, but other specs such as its promising 1.6GHz processor, 5-megapixel rear shooter (which is equipped with auto-focus), and rather lacking stand-by time (22 days on 4G) also caught our attention.
Huawei's basic 7-inch tablet that features full telephony capabilities in a compact premium-looking body, but a less-impressive spec set that includes 2-megapixel cameras at the back and front and only 8GB of storage memory.
Ematic's 7-inch EGO347 tablet works with a 1.2GHz four-core processor, Android 5.0 Lollipop, and 1GB of RAM, which may not seem quite ideal for performance, but is not among the worst we have seen.
Its 1.8GHz quad-core CPU and 32GB built-in memory might make this 8-inch tablet run faster than many mid-tier models, and the NuVision TM800A520L (available in red, blue, and black variants) also comes with an extra 25GB of cloud storage.
An unimpressive 7-inch kids tablet that is apparently not rugged, offers only 90 days of warranty and promotes the concept of a browser-less controlled content formula.
Given its ordinary quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 1024 x 800 display resolution, and 16GB of memory, the LG G Pad 8.0 would look just like any other tablet, if it wasn't for its gesture shutter and dual-window feature, which are not that commonly seen in a lot of tablets.
A pocket-size dual-core 5-inch tablet for children sporting a unique 2-megapixel rotating camera, and a free bumper case for added protection.
10.1-inch Android 4.4 tablet built for classroom use, featuring pre-loaded educational software, learning tools, and a toughened IP52-rated chassis.
Its Pink, Royal Blue, Green, Red, and Purple variants may seem fun to look at, but the Visual Land Prestige Elite 9Q looks unlikely to be called a "prestigious" tablet, carrying only ordinary specs, such as 120 hours of stand-by time, a 1024 x 600 screen resolution, and a 4-core processor that, somewhat-gladly, trots at 1.6GHz.
Intel-backed 8.4-inch Android tablet with an 8-megapixel depth-manipulating camera, featuring Intel's RealSense imaging technology, and a 2K (2560 x 1600) resolution OLED display in an anodized aluminum body.
Specs like a 1GHz dual-core processor, a display resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, and 512MB of RAM are all fighting to stay relevant with the Proscan PLT7100G, which poses as a tablet for basic-tablet hunters.
Its 21.15-millimeter depth looks rather thick, but the Nabi DreamTab tablet's 1920 x 1200 screen resolution, 2GB of RAM, and 5-megapixel rear camera (together with a 2-megapixel front-facing camera) will probably leave a smile on your face.
Kid-friendly Android 4.4 tablet with Parental Controls and Safe Web Browser apps, that pulls off some decent mid-range specs like a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and a 1GB RAM, despite its adorable look.
A 10.1-inch Android 5.0 tablet whose main attribute is its detachable keyboard, followed by a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 32GB memory, and 2-megapixel front camera.
An affordable 7-inch tablet coming with a 16GB internal storage, a 5-megapixel rear-camera (but only a VGA selfie cam!), running on Intel's 1.33Gz Atom Z3735G processor with 1GB RAM, and featuring a unique dimple-textured back-casing and several color options.
The LG G Pad 7.0 tablet knocks up a couple of rather-high-end points with its Knock Code feature and its remote control functions for compatible electronic devices, but it will probably not turn a lot of heads with its 8GB of storage capacity, a 3-megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 4-core 1.2GHz processor.
Premium 8-inch Android 5.0 tablet with a 64-bit Tegra K1 chipset and a gaming-grade 192-core Kepler graphics processor.