Today, we are going to review some of the best Android tablets available in the market. They were not born this year, but actually, they are, probably, the best you can find in terms of usability.
1. Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5
The best point of the best Android tablet is its sleek design, very distinctive, having chosen a copper edge touch. The Galaxy Tab S 10.5, besides being the lightest tablet 10 inches produced by Samsung, also ensures a first class service, being able to run heavy applications with minimal delay. But undoubtedly the most striking of the new series is its amazing Super AMOLED screen, which provides a very good representation of color and be placed among the best tablets in the world (including iOS and Windows Phone tablets). The S series of Samsung is only a review of the Tab Pro series, with a new Super AMOLED screen. All this, combined with its incredible lightness and unique design makes this Galaxy Tab 10.5 S a great choice.
2. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
Design, power and portability. These are the three key factors that makes this Samsung a second position in our top. Less than 8 millimeters thick, this device is capable of running any application or game, even (and especially) in multi-window. If you have been lucky enough to try a Note device, you'll know exactly how effective is the S Pen, both for writing and for additional functions. Now, imagine being able to enjoy all these benefits in a 10.1-inch screen.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 is one of the best in the world of Android tablets now, but this comes at a price that makes it even better. The impact on the cost for being a famous company is not so obvious, given the superior hardware, functions (S Pen, Air Gesture, etc) and the relationship between connectivity, performance and portability, which is excellent. Even this tablet could compete with laptops.
3. Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact
The Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact is a good summary of specifications as a starting point where there's no big weaknesses. Round, with the appeal of thickness without making it a fragile device. A good mix of hardware in a thin but sturdy body.
The only drawback is found in the software. Sony puts its software on an Android device, as they are never quite compenetrated enough if compared to iOS. Progress has been made and more and more applications works efficiently but does not take full advantage of what we presuppose of this combination of elements. That does not mean, moreover, that it isn't one of the best Android tablets we've seen in the end of 2014 and the first half of 2015.
4. Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
This 12.2-inch tablet has the largest screen, meaning more space for content, but with the disadvantage of a slight loss of sharpness and portability. This is where each person decide which prevails, so that the number one and two could vary according to taste. If you take with you less than a keyboard, no problem. Samsung includes a Bluetooth keyboard in the price, which can be used as a cover or support base.
5. Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet
A tablet with a powerful design and identity, so light and thin like no other. It is known for having great sound with speakers and high performance. Unfortunately, its screen resolution is too standard for a high-end, which puts it in fifth place.