The 6 best Android tablets in the UK

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The 6 best Android tablets in the UK

No iPads were harmed in the making of this list.

By Robert Anderson

If you prefer Google’s Android OS to Apple’s iOS, opting for an Android tablet over an iPad makes a lot of sense. Throw in the fact that iPads can often cost over £1,000, and it’s no wonder many customers are making the switch to Android.

Tablets are a convenient alternative to laptops for a number of everyday tasks, and there are plenty of affordable options out there. For example, there’s the wide range of cheap Amazon Fire devices, including the popular Fire HD 8 for Kids. These won’t match up with many Android tablets in terms of performance, though.

We have lined up an impressive bunch of Android tablets that should suit a wide range of budgets. Built on the Google operating system, all of these tablets look great, run efficiently, and can handle multiple tasks.

These are the best Android tablets in 2019.


Lightweight • Stylish design • Quad speaker system • sAMOLED display

The Galaxy Tab S5e is reasonably priced considering the lightweight design and power.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e

This lightweight tablet is the perfect middle ground between the cheap Galaxy Tab A and the expensive Galaxy Tab S4.

  • Storage:
    64GB
  • RAM:
    4GB
  • Screen Size:
    10.5 inches
  • Weight:
    400 grams
  • Display:
    1600 x 2560 sAMOLED

It’s not the cheapest on this list, but the Galaxy Tab S5e is one the best Android tablets out there at the moment. If you can push your budget out to almost £400, you will get a tablet that’s thin, fast, and powerful. 


The Galaxy Tab S5e features a polished metal design with three attractive colour choices: gold, silver, and black. The tablet also sports a vivid 10.5-inch sAMOLED display that delivers stunning colour reproduction and optimal screen brightness levels.


This lightweight design and maximum screen efficiency is perfect for those seeking a seamless Android experience without any of the potential bloat a laptop can bring.


Crisp display • Sleek design • Lightweight • Child mode

A cheap and efficient Samsung tablet for customers on a budget.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A

One of the cheapest Samsung tablets out there at the moment.

  • Storage:
    32GB
  • RAM:
    2GB
  • Screen Size:
    10.1 inches
  • Weight:
    460 grams
  • Display:
    1200 x 1920 FHD

One of the cheapest Android tablets available, the Tab A is Samsung’s most affordable model, and doesn’t sacrifice too much of what makes Samsung tablets so impressive. 


Although it only packs 2 gigabytes of RAM, the Galaxy Tab A is still perfectly capable of performing everyday tasks. It may just be a little slower than some other (pricier) devices. 


For less than £200, you’re getting an advanced Samsung tablet that oozes usability, with a sleek metal design, crisp LED display, and an impressive Dolby sound system. 


The only downside you may find is that the tablet isn’t compatible with any of the S Pen range right now, although you can invest in a Samsung keyboard if that floats your boat. 


Cool kickstand • Impressive battery • Very cheap

2GB RAM • Bulky • Somewhat heavy

Featuring a kickstand and an impressive price tag, this is one of the more unique tablets on the market.

Lenovo YOGA Tab 3

A unique tablet with plenty to offer.

  • Storage:
    32GB
  • RAM:
    2GB
  • Screen Size:
    10.1 inches
  • Weight:
    653 grams
  • Display:
    1280 x 800 HD











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