iPad Vs. Android 2020: Which Tablet Should I Buy?


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 The iPad Mini      

    The iPad Mini 2019 basically just ups the iPad Mini 4's specs to 2019 standards, and that's just fine with us. There are real reasons for the iPad Pro 12.9's high price, much as some think high prices are simply Apple's strategy. While price has historically been a barrier to Apple's products, the current iPad lineup ranges from affordable to fairly expensive ( and powerful ). The lowest - cost iPad -- which is just named the "iPad" -- is the seventh generation of Apple's venerable tablet. The important parts : this tablet is roughly twice as powerful as the iPad Mini 4 you can buy right now from the Apple Store at a similar price. While Apple certainly isn't known for its low prices, the most recent 10.2-inch iPad is worthy for those on a budget.    

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6       

    The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is inarguably one of the best stylus - supporting tablets for note - taking and drawing, and definitely the best Android tablet out there.  We recently took a look at Samsung's latest tablet, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, and found it to be a slow, but reliable tablet for Android fans.

    Samsung's Tab A ( 2019 ) tablets offer terrific value for anyone looking for an affordable, basic Android tablet experience without all the changes Amazon makes on their Fire tablets. As such, those looking for a great all - around tablet with quality features and design shouldn't miss the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e. As the mid - tier option in Samsung's current tablet lineup, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e offers everything you need to enjoy your favourite movies, tv shows, music, and mobile games.                     

Work from home       

    You can use it as a free VoIP line, automate your home, use it to control your PC or laptop, or even turn it into a baby monitor. Although, due to its small size, it might cause slight discomfort to folks who are used to working with 17-inch laptops. Especially now that many of us are working from home or going back to school virtually, tablets make for an excellent addition to your office setup or to just use for streaming and browsing the internet. Whether you're looking for a productivity or entertainment device, you should consider one of these six capable tablets -- some may even be able to replace your old laptop.    

    Besides matching its predecessor's specs, this tablet also offers compatibility with both the Smart Keyboard for typing and the Apple Pencil. Samsung doesn't offer an official keyboard accessory for the S6 Lite, whereas Apple sales a Smart Keyboard accessory for $ 159. This is the pinnacle of tablet design, and when paired with the Apple Pencil and a smart keyboard, it rivals products like the Microsoft Surface Pro.

Other highlights include loud, powerful - sounding speakers, excellent cameras for a tablet, Apple Pencil support and a good folio keyboard accessory with full - size keys. Not only does it offer a great price value but it also contains a bunch of optimized extensive support for a stylus like Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard.                      

    The best screen size for you will depend on both what you plan to do with your tablet and where you plan to use it. No matter which operating system you go for, considering how you plan to use your tablet before you buy is most important. First things first : When you hear the term "7-inch or 10-inch tablet," this refers to the size of the screen, measured diagonally, and not the size of the tablet itself. Our comparison tool also makes it easy to filter tablet options based on 3 G and 4 G connectivity to suit the networks in your area. The amount you spend does not determine the size of tablet you can have, but it will of course affect its quality.                      

    The Tab S6 Lite is using a low - end Exynos 9611 processor, while the iPad is using Apple's A10 Fusion processor. The Geekbench 5 scores for the Tab S6 Lite are 332 for single - core performance and 1,222 for multi - core. Where you're going to see the biggest difference between the Tab S6 Lite and the iPad is in speed and performance. Even though the Tab S6 Lite has a higher multi - core score, you'll notice that the iPad simply feels faster and responds quicker to opening apps, multitasking, or even gaming. But Androids users will love that the Tab S6 Lite has a few perks over the standard iPad, just as an included S - Pen and longer 13-hour battery life.

    Their 256 GB model is what we're featuring here, though you can upgrade the memory to 400 GB with the purchase of a microSD card. It has a speedy Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Processor and flexible storage with 128 GB or 256 GB, which can both be expanded up to 1 TB with a microSD card. That's the same storage amount that the Tab S6 Lite tops out at, but, again, you can add up to 512 GB of extra storage via microSD card support. As for storage, the Tab S5 Lite comes standard with 64 GB while the iPad still starts at a sparse 32 GB.