The best Samsung tablets

Bag yourself one of the best Samsung tablets without breaking the bank.

A Samsung tablet on a desk

by Isabel Martins |

With most of us spending more time at home, the need for tablets and other gadgets has expanded. With so much choice, it can be a struggle to find the best Samsung tablet for you, especially when many have a high price tag.

We've done all the legwork for you and comprised a list of the best Samsung tablets. Whether you're looking for an easy to transport tablet, an impressive camera system, or a long battery life, we've got you covered.

And if you're not set on a tablet, why not check out our best portable laptops or our best laptops under £1000 guides? If you're specifically looking for a drawing tablet, make sure you read our best drawing tablets for beginners article, too.

The best Samsung tablets

All of these tables have been hand-selected by What's The Best shopping experts. Our team has spent hours investigating and researching, so you can choose the best one. Plus, we'd never recommend a product we don't believe in. Find out why you should trust us here.

FAQs:

What is an AMOLED display?

AMOLED is a type of OLED display technology and stands for Active Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diodes. It has been noted that the AMOLED display is better than an OLED display, as it is more flexible. Devices that have AMOLED displays are usually more costly than devices that don't.

What is the best screen resolution?

The screen resolution shows how many pixels are on the screen. The higher the number of pixels, the clearer, sharper and better the images are on the device. If your tablet will be used mostly to watch TV shows or videos, you'll need a higher screen resolution - the Samsung Galaxy tablet S7+ would be ideal.

What features should I look for?

This really depends on what you will be using your tablet for, but a few uniform features to look out for is the size of the battery amp, how many apps it comes with and the camera quality.

The larger the battery amp, the longer the battery lasts and the faster it charges. For instance, a 10,090mAh battery will have a longer life than a battery with a 7,000mAh.

The camera quality will depend on how many megapixels or MP the device has. The larger the megapixel count, the sharper and clearer the images will be, so if the camera quality is important to you, make sure you choose a tablet with a larger megapixel count.

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Isabel Martins is a Commercial Content Writer for What's The Best, specialising in technology.

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