Android tablets have become must have for basially all types of consumers- students, business people, teens, you name it, they’ve gotta have it. Naturally, to keep this huge base happy, and buying more manufacturers keep introduce new Android tablets that are better than what you have and you will be scum if you don’t have this one right now! That’s pretty much what the advertising wants you to think so every year when you buy that new tablet, just know that within nine months, you’ll be feeling like you’ve got something from the 90’s. From the new 2015 tablets, we have handpicked the best among all of them:
Google Nexus 9
The only tablet yet which comes with the latest 5.0 Android Lollipop, as opposed to the others which have to upgrade. Google Nexus 9, successor to Nexus 7, is a beautiful tablet. It is 8.9” with an LCD touchscreen and Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The reason it ranks as the best is because of the latest operating system along with its powerful system. 64-bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, 2GB of RAM and 6,700 mAh battery is what runs the Google Nexus 9. The tablet has an 8 megapixel back camera and 1.6 megapixel front camera.
Nvidia Shield Tablet
The affordable price and the ultimate gaming experience, thanks to the Tegra K1 processor, of this tablet make it worthy of being one of the best of 2015. The Nvidia Shield tablet is 8 inches and very multipurpose in its features. It can expand in memory through SD and has the Android Lollipop 5.0 OS, so there’s not much to miss.
When it comes to Android running devices, Samsung is never far behind. The Galaxy Tab S is strikingly like a larger, tablet version of the Galaxy S5 in physical appearance. The tablet is sleek, comes in two sizes (8.4” and 10.5”), with Super AMOLED screen and a long battery life thanks to the 7900 mAh battery. As for the performance, the Galaxy Tab S is fast, with the system backed up by Exynos 5 Octa processors and 3GB of ram. The tablet can expand in memory through microSD up to 128 GB.
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 is 8 inches in size with an IPS LCS touchscreen of 1920 x 1200 pixels (283 ppi). The Yoga Tablet 2 is very light, being 419g and can perform pretty decently. It has a quad-core processor and 3GB of RAM and internal 16GB storage (expandable up to 64 GB through microSD). Its battery is 6400 mAh and it runs Android 4.4 KitKat. The quality and exceptional feature of this Lenovo tablet is its audio experience – it has frontal large chamber stereo speakers than come with Dolby and Wolfson Master Hi-Fi processing. Being very cheap in cost ($229.99), this Android tablet is a catch.
LG G Pad Google Play Edition
This pure Android tablet features all the great qualities of Android and integrates the best Google Now experience. It is 8.3 inches in size, similar to its predecessor, but the system and performance are exceptionally better than the first version. It has stock 4.4 Android KitKat and the physical fake metal appearance of the tablet is attractive. Its primary camera is 5MP and the front is 1.3MP. For a decent price – not expensive but not cheap either – the LG G Pad Google Play Edition tablet is amazing, especially when compared to its first version.