Crisp, high-contrast video quality and S Pen that's ideal for writing and creating art. 32GB built-in memory space expands up to 256GB. Streamlined design with 9.7-in. screen and well-built feel.
Pricey. Mixed reviews on the battery life. 1.6GHz processor may get "bogged down." No pen holder.
Internal 16GB can expand to 128GB with memory card. Ideal for basic tasks such as surfing and streaming video. 1.2GHz processor. Sleek, lightweight design and mid-range price.
Sound and images could be a little clearer, and volume could be a bit louder.
16GB storage and 1.2GHz processing speed in a streamlined, portable 8-in. design. Decent resolution considering the reasonable price.
Pre-installed software consumes lots of space. Sound doesn't compare to video quality. Occasional problems with random updates causing overheating or slowing down.
18.4-in. high-res. screen makes it an excellent choice for video chatting and watching shows and movies. Superior grid menu, built-in handle, 1.6GHz processor, and 32GB. Decent battery life.
Pricey and bulky compared to other tablets. Though great for video viewing, it's not as responsive for tasks like social media and email.
Decent video and streaming capabilities thanks to 1.3GHz Spreadtrum processor. Compact and easy to use, even for kids. Affordable price.
With an older OS and only 8GB of memory, it's lacking in terms of speed, sound, and ability to support latest apps.
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