While we cannot really disagree about the advent of smartphones in the current market, a part of it (if not that big) is dominated by tablet devices that do the same things as a smartphone only with a bigger screen involved.
Tablets may not have been that big a deal for customers (maybe due to the size and the price factor), especially with smartphones gaining much of the momentum, but we are hopeful that the liking for tablets can only go up from here on.
Tablets come in different price ranges these days. And although it's quite hard to choose the "best" tablet out of others in the race, but the truth of the matter is that some tablets will work better than others. However, the term "best" will depend from one person to the other in terms of what exactly they are looking to do with their tabs.
But irrespective of everything else, today we are looking at the top 5 options that you could consider if you are indeed looking to invest on a brand new Android tablet in the coming days.
The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX may pack a brilliant 2560 x 1600 resolution display and quite a powerful quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, although that hasn't led to the company releasing a device with any kind of compromise on the battery life of the device.
This bright, 10.1-inch tablet with 2560 x 1600 pixel support could indeed be a great buy if you are looking to invest on a device that will not only provide you access to the world but will also deliver all the goodness associated with Samsung.
Inside the device, users will be treated to an Exynos Octo-core CPU with 3GB of RAM, apart from an impressive 12 hour battery life.
As the name suggests, the LG G Pad 8.3 is an 8.3-inch tablet which manages to pack solid performance and a good display for the money you spent. And although it may not be that great a deal as that of Samsung or Apple, but it's still one of the better tablet devices that are out there.
As an added incentive, the tablet comes with 16GB of internal storage with the option of adding a further 64GB using a microSD slot.
Google's Nexus offerings (both smartphones and tablets) are anyway special, while already becoming one of the highlighted devices in recent times. With it's impressive 7-inch, 1920 x 1200 display, the tablet aims at offering you a little less than 9 hours of backup.
The device is powered by 1.7GHz ARM Cortex A15 dual-core processor that's also decent enough to get the job done.
The Asus Transformer Pad TF701T runs on a powerful Nvidia Tegra 4 quad-core processor with an equally impressive 10.1-inch 2560 x 1600 pixel-supported IGZO IPS screen. The device is quite the upgrade from the previously available Transformer Infinity and the Prime.