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    • By BGR
      If you’re looking for the best Android tablet, then you’ve got more than a few options to choose from. The open-source nature of the Android platform has enabled a lot of companies to make their own devices, which means you’ll need to sift through them all to find the one that fits your needs. Luckily, we can help.
      If you want the best Android tablet, then you’ve got a few things to look out for. First, think about why you need the tablet. Are you going to use it for writing or productivity work? Do you want to watch a lot of shows or movies on it? Do you plan to play games on it often? Or is it just something you’ll use occasionally. You’ll also want to think about what kind of apps you plan to use, and whether you’re confident side-loading apps, too.
      Once you’ve figured all of that out, you can start narrowing down the list. We’ve also put together a handy breakdown of some of the best Android tablets out there, too, which should make it easier for you to find one that works for you. If you aren’t tied to the Android operating system, we also recommend checking out our best tablets guide for even more options.
      Best Android tablet overall: Samsung Galaxy Tab S8
      Samsung Galaxy Tab S8
      The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 represents the very best that Android tablets can offer, with a premium build, powerful internals, and more.
      BGR may receive a commissionBGR may receive a commissionPros
      Fast charging Samsung DeX support A plethora of peripherals Cons
      Pricey Amazon$779.99Best Buy$699.99 Few Android tablets have managed to get close to the overall performance and functionality of Apple’s iPads. If you had to choose the closet option, though, the Galaxy Tab S8 series is one of the best. This Samsung-manufactured tablet combines standard features like fast charging combined with a beautiful 11 or 12.4-inch display, depending on which model you get.
      Perhaps the most intriguing thing about the Galaxy Tab S8, though, is the ease at which the device turns into a portable PC. This makes it easy to equip the tablet with various peripherals, including those that make use of Samsung DeX. The 2560 x 1600 display means clean and slick visuals, while a 120Hz refresh rate ensures smooth performance in games and applications.
      The biggest downside for the Tab S8 comes down to its price. It is considered expensive for an Android tablet, but you’re getting a lot for the price. That said, it’s also worth considering the even higher-end Galaxy Tab S8+ and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, if you’re truly looking for the best of the best. All three tablets offer the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, which is Qualcomm’s highest-end chipset to date.
      Best Android tablet for students: Amazon Fire HD 10
      Amazon Fire HD 10
      If you’re looking for a solid tablet on a strict budget, then it’s worth considering the Amazon Fire HD 10, which offers a range of features at a pretty low price.
      BGR may receive a commissionBGR may receive a commissionPros
      Built-in Alexa support Productivity bundle turns it into a mini laptop Support for up to 1TB of external storage Cons
      Low RAM Not the highest-performing machine No Google Play Amazon$149.99$99.99 In 2011, Amazon launched the Kindle Fire, which would go on to birth a myriad of Amazon Fire tablets over the coming years. One of the latest offerings, the Amazon Fire HD 10 brings all the benefits of previous Amazon tablets to the table, with some added bonuses. If you’re looking for a solid Android tablet that gives you access to Alexa, then we highly recommend the Amazon Fire HD 10.
      This tablet also isn’t as expensive as some other options out there, and you can find a few different configurations available on Amazon when purchasing it. If you’re a student, then one of the best options out there is the Productivity bundle. This bundle combines the Amazon Fire HD 10 with Microsoft Office 365 and a detachable keyboard peripheral. It’s the perfect tablet-to-laptop combination, and it’s easy to switch between the two modes depending on what you need. Amazon also runs sales on the Fire tablets constantly, so you can usually find one for a discount if you wait long enough.
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      Best Android tablet for kids: Amazon Fire 7 Kids Pro
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      Features can be limiting for older kids Amazon$99.99$49.99 If you’re looking for an Android tablet that comes with great parental control options and doesn’t break the bank, then Amazon’s Fire 7 Kids Pro is a perfect fit.
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      Best budget Android tablet: Amazon Fire HD 8
      Amazon Fire HD 8
      If you just want a solid Android tablet for media consumption and basic social media, then the Amazon Fire HD 8 is the way to go.
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      No Google Play Amazon$89.99$49.99 If you need a good tablet that’s under $100 and offers a solid experience, then Amazon’s Fire HD 8 is a good choice. This tablet builds off the success of the company’s Fire 7, but adds more storage and overall power. You’ll find access to a ton of apps on the Amazon App Store, as well as easy access to Alexa and other Amazon-powered services.
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      You’ll find support for up to 12 hours of battery life on the Amazon Fire HD 8. The included 2GB of RAM, which should also be enough for basic tasks. It’s not as high of RAM as you’d see in the more expensive options on our list, but budget devices come with their own sacrifices. Like all of Amazon’s other tablets, the Fire HD 8 also comes with Amazon Kids, the company’s built-in parental controls. You can use it to control screen time, determine which apps can be installed, and more.
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      Best budget Android tablet with Google Play: Lenovo Tab P11+
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      Cameras aren't great Amazon$279.99Best Buy$279.99 If you’re looking for a budget Android tablet that does come with the Google Play Store, then it’s worth considering the Lenovo Tab P11+. This tablet looks and feels premium, offers a solid set of features, and doesn’t break the bank.
      Under the hood, the Lenovo Tab P11+ comes with a MediaTek Helio G90T processor, coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It’s not the fastest tablet out there, but it should be able to handle most basic tasks that users will throw at it.
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    • By STF News
      We are pleased to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 4.6
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      New features:
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              •  Visual Studio Code Extension for Tizen is now supported on macOS Monterey.
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    • By BGR
      Samsung’s Galaxy A53 leaked not too long ago, and we told you at the time the 2022 mid-ranger would dominate the Galaxy S22. That was before all of the Galaxy S22 controversies. The prediction was based on the A53’s predecessors’ sales performance. Those phones outsold their Galaxy S contemporaries in previous years.
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      Don't Miss: Wednesday’s deals: $50 Echo Buds, secret Fire TV deal, Oral-B sale, Samsung monitors, more Like the iPhone SE 3, the Galaxy A53 is similar to the previous generation. Galaxy A52 users will find the hole-punch design similar. The same goes for the rear-facing plastic back. They’ll expect 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage for the cheapest model.
      That’s precisely what Samsung delivers with the Galaxy A53. We’ve got a 6.5-inch OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, Full HD resolution, and a built-in fingerprint sensor. The camera system on the back is also in line with expectations: 64-megapixel primary sensor, 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and two 5-megapixel depth and macro lenses. A 32-megapixel shooter pierces the screen.
      Samsung’s Galaxy A53 mid-range phone. Image source: Samsung The Galaxy A53 price
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    • By STF News
      We are pleased to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 4.5.1
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    • By STF News
      We are pleased to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 4.5.
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