Best Tablets are becoming famous again – many manufacturers even unleashed new models this year. The presented by Rootvictor have chosen the best tablets for creation, imagination, and entertainment.
1. Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+
A productive tablet from Samsung can be safely used instead of a laptop – you just need to buy a keyboard. The updated S Pen stylus is already contained.
The device is powered by the top Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor and has 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory (there is also a slot for microSD up to 1 TB). The bright 12.4” large AMOLED display supports 120Hz, so the system interface and some applications will be especially smooth.
On Android 12, the OneUI 4.1 shell has been added – smart widgets have occurred in it, which can be grouped by topic and placed on the screen in a stack.
The battery is capacious – 10,090 mAh. There’s also support for 45W fast charging, although you’ll have to buy an adapter individually.
You can choose the Wi-Fi-only version (all models support Wi-Fi 6 ) or pay extra for LTE. The fingerprint scanner is not built into the side key, as in the younger model, but directly into the screen, which is quite convenient. Also, the model is equipped with a stereo system of 4 speakers from AKG with support for Dolby Atmos.
|Screen||12.4″, Super AMOLED, 2800×1752, 120Hz|
|Processor||Snapdragon 8 Gen 1|
|RAM||8/128 GB | 8/256 GB|
|Battery||10,090 mAh | 45 W fast charging|
2. HUAWEI MatePad Pro 11″
Huawei’s flagship tablet was presented in July this year and is claimed to be the lightest and thinnest among similar models. The thickness of the device is 5.9 mm, and the weight is 449 g.
The device received a dual primary camera (13 + 8 MP), which can shoot video in 4K – this is a rarity for tablets. We also note the high performance – the Snapdragon 888 processor is answerable for it (there are models on the Snapdragon 870), with 8 GB of RAM, and 256 GB of internal memory. The platform is energy efficient, so the 8300 mAh battery will last up to 8 hours without recharging in video playback mode.
OLED screen with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. supports eye protection mode and is great for reading e-books. The frame refresh rate reaches 120 Hz.
The tablet runs on the proprietary Harmony OS 3.0 system, which supports the split-screen function. There are no Google services here, but most of the necessary applications are easy to install from AppGallery. By the way, payment by card and from a mobile phone account is available in the Chinese store, unlike Apple and Google sites.
The matepad Pro supports the second-generation M-Pencil stylus and the magnetic keyboard case, but you’ll have to pay extra for them or buy the bundled version immediately. It is also possible to choose between modifications with or without a SIM card.
|Screen||11″, OLED, 2560×1600, up to 120 Hz|
|Processor||Snapdragon 888 (870)|
|Battery||8300 mAh, | 65 W fast charging|
3. Apple iPad 2022
The updated base iPad has lost the Home button and thinner bezels around the screen. Due to this, the display diagonal has grown from 10.2 to 10.9 inches. The fingerprint sensor has moved to the power button. The model is available in yellow, pink, silver, and blue.
The A14 Bionic chip is now responsible for multitasking, so the model is suitable for simple tasks and work. Also updated – the primary sensor received a resolution of 12 megapixels and an aperture of f / 1.8. The Lightning port has been replaced with a generic Type-C. You can choose between a 64GB or 256GB storage model.
The tablet still supports the first-generation Apple Pencil, which is charged via Lightning: you will need an additional wire or adapter to connect it. It is also inconvenient that the tablet is not compatible with cases from other iPads due to the new location of the magnets.
|Screen||10.9″, Liquid Retina IPS, 1640×2360|
|Processor||Apple A14 Bionic|
|RAM||4/46 GB | 4/256 GB|
4. Xiaomi Pad 5
Xiaomi Pad 6 has not yet been officially presented, so we chose the Xiaomi Pad 5 model for our rating – it is still relevant and competitive. The tablet has a gaming-friendly 11-inch IPS screen with QHD resolution and a refresh rate of 120Hz, which also supports HDR10 and Dolby Vision. Inside there is a powerful Snapdragon 860. The memory reserve is also not bad – a modification with 6/128 GB is sold, but without a slot for a memory card.
The tablet turned out to be thin and light – 6.9 mm and 511 g. The 8720 mAh battery holds a charge for up to 15 hours of video playback and supports 33 W fast charging. The cameras are expected for a tablet: 13 MP main and 8 MP front. The sound system consists of four speakers. Xiaomi Pad 5 also supports a proprietary stylus and keyboard (sold separately).
Note that there is simply no configuration with a SIM card, you will have to be content with Wi-Fi. There is no GPS module either, so using the device as a navigator will not work.
|Screen||11″, IPS, 2560×1600, 120Hz, HDR10 +|
|Battery||8720 mAh | 33 W fast charging|
5. realme pad
The affordable realme Pad is suitable for work tasks. It features a 10.4-inch Full HD IPS display and is powered by an Helio G80 processor. The model cannot be called a gaming one, but it will launch modern games in medium settings without problems.
The case of the device is made of aluminum and has a thickness of only 7 mm. So outwardly realme Pad does not betray its belonging to the middle price segment.
The 7100 mAh battery provides 12 hours of use without recharging. The tablet supports 18W reverse and fast charging.
Also, the model is equipped with four stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos and can work with GPS and GLONASS. Operating system – Android 11 in Realme UI shell.
In India, users are offered only one configuration – 4/64 GB. But the tablet supports memory cards up to 1 TB. Among the faults, we only note that the model does not have a fingerprint sensor – but the tablet supports face unlock.
|Screen||IPS, 10.4″, 2000×1200, 60Hz|
|Processor||Mediatek Helio G80|
|RAM||3/32 GB | 4/64 GB|
|Battery||7100 mAh | 18 W fast charging|
6. Lenovo Yoga Tab 11
Last year’s model from Lenovo may not be the most powerful tablet on the market, but it’s interesting because of its design. Outwardly, the gadget resembles a magazine with pages folded at the bottom: this “fold” hides the battery, speakers, and an aluminum stand, which is convenient for holding the device with one hand. The frame is rigidly fixed; therefore, the tablet can be placed at any suitable angle on a table, lap, or another surface, or even hung by hooking the stand on the back of a chair. Also, the model can work with Lenovo Precision Pen 2 branded stylus, but it is sold separately.
Lenovo Yoga Tab 11 will run most modern games at high graphics settings – all thanks to the MediaTek Helio 90T chipset. The memory reserve is also decent – there are versions with 4/128 and 8/256 GB.
The 11-inch IPS screen features thin bezels, 2K resolution, and supports Dolby Vision and eye protection technology. Four stereo speakers from JBL with Dolby Atmos support are responsible for the sound, so it will be convenient to watch videos and listen to music on the tablet.
The gadget will work without recharging for up to 15 hours in video playback mode – this is an excellent result. A single USB -C port is used for headphone connection, data transfer, and charging.
|Screen||11″ IPS, 2000×1200, 60Hz Dolby Vision|
|Processor||MediaTek Helio G90T|
|RAM||4/128 GB | 8/256 GB|
|Battery||7500 mAh | 20 W fast charging|