Best and cheapest Android Tablets to buy today
Value for money options
Tablets have been a Jack of all trade kind of device, given their form factor combined with a smartphone -like OS. On top of it, they provide versatility of use and functionality like no other device. For this very reason, many of us use a tablet daily. On the iOS side, even the entry-level iPad is hefty. But if you still want a great experience for less money, you have Android tablets.
There are plenty of options available on the market for you to choose from. But buying an Android tablet on a specific budget can become tricky. To help you make a smart purchase you need to ask yourself some relevant questions while keeping some basic information in your mind.
What features should you look for?
Buying a budget Android tablet can be a bit tricky so before you start looking at what your options are, you should have a clear idea about what features you should not compromise while purchasing the tablet.
1. A large display with decent enough pixel density is what you should be looking for. Anything above 10-inches would work fine for you.
2. This is a no-brainer that you should look for a good battery backup.
3. You shouldn't expect crazy performance, but the processor should be powerful enough to perform the day-to-day tasks without much stutter or lag.
4. A good set of speakers can drastically change your media experience. Many tablets even in the budget range offer Dolby Atmos.
5. A good front camera is essential for an overall good video calling experience.
6. If you plan on taking notes on your tablet, then you should make sure that it supports stylus input.
Some of the budget options you can buy are Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 , Galaxy Tab S6 lite , and Realme Pad to name a few. Regardless of your choice and brand preference, if you focus on a few key basic features, you will end up with an Android tablet that will give you an amazing experience without breaking the bank.
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