5 Best Tablets With Android And WiFi

Tablets are excellent devices, bringing you better access to media and productivity. These generally come with more powerful hardware and a larger screen, allowing you to watch media like Game of Thrones with more clarity, or you can even stream a presentation for your weekly office meeting from your tablet. The possibilities that you can do with an Android tablet are endless — they’re just so nice because they remove the constraints that the small screen of our phone’s put on us.

So what are the best tablets with Android out there? If you follow along below, we’ll show you our top five favorites. Let’s dive right in.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4

Coming up as number one on our countdown, we have Samsung’s very own Galaxy Tab S4 Android tablet. Tab S4 is actually one the best of the best that Android has to offer. This one is a direct competitor to the iPad Pro, offering you a gorgeous 10.5-inch display. It actually has slightly better hardware than the iPad Pro, allowing you to play all of the top games and apps without a hitch.

Apps, games, movies, and TV shows look excellent on this screen — text is clear as well, so it’s easy on the eyes. One of the benefits to the Galaxy Tab S4 is that it comes with an S-Pen — that’s a huge advantage over the iPad Pro, where you have to buy the Apple Pencil separately. The S-Pen provides you with better productivity for jotting down notes, creating presentations, and even for better control over drawing! It even has LTE capabilities for use on the go where there’s no WiFi.

HTC Google Nexus 9

Coming in third place on our countdown, we have HTC’s Google Nexus 9. This one has been out for a couple of years now, but it’s still one of the best Android experiences in a tablet to date. You get all of the latest Android updates, as it is a “Nexus” / Google device. On top of that, it has reliable WiFi, and even comes with cellular connectivity for use on the go.

This one does provide you with the “vanilla” Android experience, so there’s no extra fluff or bloatware on the tablet.

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Huawei MediaPad M5 Pro

You might be surprised to see this one on our list, but we love what Huawei has started to offer in their new Android tablets, specifically the MediaPad M5 Pro. MediaPad M5 Pro has a beautiful display — you get a whole 10.8-inches of screen real estate, with a detailed resolution of 2,560 x 1,600. And with an 82% screen-to-body ratio, you’ll get a wider view than ever before. It competes with the iPad Pro on this level.

The MediaPad M5 Pro actually has some great processing power inside as well — there’s Huawei’s own Kirin 960 processor, which keeps things running snappy and smoothly. It doesn’t support Quick Charging, but the included Huawei charger can juice it up pretty quickly. The tablet will be able to handle just about anything you throw at it, including high-end games that might take more processing power than normal.

Pixel Slate

In fourth position, we have Google’s all-new Pixel Slate. Coming in as one of the most powerful Android tablets on the market, this one is supposed to bring you top productivity and even screen clarity. Google has plenty of hardware options with this one, allowing you to pick up with a Core M3, Core i5, or Core i7 processor. Google hopes that you’ll be able to use the Slate as a laptop replacement. Pair it up with a Google-certified keyboard accessory and stylus, you’ll be able to use it for all sorts of applications, office-related work, presentations, high-end games, and more!

The Pixel Slate even has powerful multitasking tools including split-screen, multi-window browsing, and collaboration apps like Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides.


Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

Many of the “new” Android tablets are expensive. That’s largely because they’re trying to become laptop replacements that will bring you only the best productivity. And with only the best hardware, they’re even more expensive. That said, it might be worth consider a “last generation” tablet, in this case the Galaxy Tab S3. It’s just as good as the Tab S4, with having all of the best hardware released that year. You’ll still get a sharp and beautiful Super AMOLED display, LTE support designed to work on all GSM networks, and top hardware for mult-tasking and playing all of the high-end and latest games on Android.

It is also still a step ahead of the iPad Pro, as it has a included built-in stylus for those that would rather use that than the finger for touch-based actions — the stylus also makes it easier for putting together presentations or excel documents.

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As you can see, these are all of the best Android tablets that you can pick up today. All of these will be able to handle anything you throw at it, even top 3D games that require a lot of processing and GPU power. Many of these support LTE as well, making them optimal for on the go productivity as well.

Do you have a favorite Android tablet? Let us know in the comments section below.