Best Tablets In India (December 2021)

No matter how big your phone has become, viewing content or surfing the internet on a bigger screen is still a thing for many users.

Here’s where the tablets fit right in.

In this article, we have listed the thirteen best tablets available in the Indian market at present and categorized them according to the use-cases and the features they come with.

Without any further ado, let’s begin!

Best Tablets In India

1. Apple iPad Pro 2021(5th Generation)Overall Best Pick
2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+Runner-up Pick
3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FEFeature-rich Tablet
4. Apple iPad Air(4th Gen)Value for Money Tablet
5. Lenovo Tab P11 ProBest Tablet for Productivity
6. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 LiteBest Tablet for Multitasking
7. Realme PadBest Economical Tablet
8. Lenovo Tab K10Versatile Android Tablet
9. Lenovo Yoga Smart TabletBest Build Quality
10. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7Budget All-round Performer
11.Lenovo IdeaPad DuetBest Multi-purpose Tablet
12. Huawei MatePad T8Best Pocket-friendly Tablet
13. Motorola Tab G20Honourable Mention

Note: The price shown are the once when we reviewed the products. However, as the promotional offers changes on the given E-commerce sites, the price may vary. Bettershark is supported by it’s readers and when you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.

1. Apple iPad Pro 2021(5th Generation)

Apple iPad Pro 2021(5th Generation)

Overall Best Pick

  • Powerful Apple M1 chipset
  • Robust build quality
  • Superb audio quality


LIDAR scanner

Face ID support

Magnetic connector for Apple Pencil



iPad’s are the uncrowned Kings of the tablet market, rivalling Samsung’s Galaxy tabs as its Android counterpart. 

The iPad Pro is Apple’s flagship tablet offering and the all-new iPad Pro comes with the much-awaited Apple M1 silicone inside that takes the performance to a whole new level.

This fifth-generation iPad Pro is set to retail in the Indian market for just Rs.1,13,990.

Design and Build Quality

The fifth-generation iPad Pro 2021 sports a unibody recycled aluminium chassis that feels premium and durable.

Compared to its 11-inch model, there is not much of a difference we found except for the form factor and 0.5mm increase in the thickness which is hardly even noticeable.

There is a power button at the top frame though it does not work as a touch ID but fret not Apple has included the more advanced and sophisticated Face ID feature for secure login.

This flagship tablet from Apple has five studio-quality microphones so while attending facetime calls the person on the other side will be able to listen to your voice crystal clear.

Just like its predecessor model, this one also has four speakers, two at the top and the other two at the bottom offering an immersive sound experience.

On the right frame, there is a magnetic connector to attach the Apple Pencil.

The model we have listed also has a slot for a single SIM so you can use cellular data connection wherever you go.


The Apple iPad Pro 2021 sports a 12.9-inch Quad HD liquid retina XDR display with a resolution of 2048 x 2732 pixels.

You read that right, this is an XDR display which is a better version of HDR.

The display has 10,000 mini-LEDs producing 1000 nits of brightness and the tablet itself has a peak brightness level of 600 nits which makes a total of 1600 nits of brightness and it’s more than capable enough for outdoor use.

Not limited to brightness only, but this XDR panel also brings a rich contrast ratio and colours.

Thanks to the ProMotion technology, the display has a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate which means the system automatically adjusts the refresh rate based on your use which helps save more battery life.

With the high contrast ratio of 10,00,000:1 and Apple’s True Tone display technology, the visuals look vivid and this panel is perfect for editing photos and videos.

Also thanks to the IPS technology, there is no colour shifting when viewing the display from an angle.

The panel also supports Apple Pencil (2nd Gen) so if you are into art, then buying Apple Pencil will make your creative work easy.

You can check out the curated list of the best digital pencils available in India on our website.

Processor and Performance

The Apple iPad Pro 2021 5th Generation is powered by the M1 chip; this is the same processor used in the 11-inch iPad 2021 model and the MacBook.

Compared to the previous Apple’s bionic chip we used to see in iPad, M1 has brought improvement in performance by 50% and up to 40% in GPU which is mind-blowing.

This device can handle 4K footage editing without breaking a sweat.

The variant we have listed is 128GB that comes with 8GB RAM. If this storage is insufficient for you then you can consider buying this same iPad model with 2TB storage capacity but it costs more than Rs.2,00,000.

The iPad Pro comes pre-installed with iPadOS 14.5 which is well optimized for offering a stutter-free performance and better battery life.


The iPad Pro 2021 5th generation houses a triple rear camera setup consisting of a 12MP wide lens, 10MP ultrawide, and 3D TOF LIDAR scanner.

We know that many of the regular users don’t use the iPad camera regularly but few people use it for video production.

You can record 4K videos from the rear camera and talking about the photo quality, the main lens works way better than other tablets we have on the list.

The ultrawide lens takes good quality photos with enough details and sharpness.

The LIDAR scanner can be really helpful and playful at the same time. You can view 3D objects from all angles virtually in the camera app and it feels like that the object is present in your room.

Moving to the front, there is a 12MP ultrawide camera programmed well with AI. The front lens of the iPad is mostly used for video calls and conferences.

About the AI, the camera has a face detection feature and if another person dives into your frame then the AI will change the camera angle automatically so both of the people can take selfies.

Battery Life

The Apple iPad Pro 2021 5th generation is powered by the 40.88Wh lithium battery that is rated to last up to 12 hours with normal to heavy use.

The bundled 20W USB-C power adapter inside the box will juice up the iPad battery from 0 – 100% in 3 hours.


The Apple iPad Pro 2021 5th Generation is undoubtedly the best tablet available in the market that has almost no flaw.

You will get powerful performance, reliable build quality, high-quality camera, optimized OS, and good battery life.


Screen12.9-inch QHD Liquid Retina XDR display, 2048 x 2732 pixels
ProcessorApple M1 chip
SIM SupportSIM + Wi-Fi
Camera12MP + 10MP + TOF 3D LIDAR scanner, 12MP front
OSiPadOS 14.5

2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+

Runner-up Pick

  • Powerful Snapdragon 865 5G-enabled SoC
  • High-quality sAMOLED QHD+ panel
  • Bundled S-pen


Under-display fingerprint scanner

Aluminium build

Samsung Dex mode



Samsung S7+ is the Android tablet equivalent of the premium Apple iPad.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is a flagship tablet powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 series processor and has a lot to offer for the price of Rs.84,990.

Design and Build Quality

Samsung has focused a lot on providing robust build quality and ergonomic design.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is built entirely from aluminium. With a slim profile of just 5.7mm, this is one of the slickest Android tablets out there. It has a physical dimension of 285 x 185 x 5.7 mm and it weighs 575 grams.

There is a black strip coming out from the camera module which is designed for S-pen and thankfully, the stylus is included inside the box.

That black strip works as a magnetic connector that holds the S-pen while not in use and when you attach the pen there it will automatically charge.

This tablet has four speakers in total that provide an immersive sound experience on content viewing.

For secure and fast unlocking, there is an in-display fingerprint scanner.

On the left frame, there are pogo pins provided to connect an external keyboard and the retail box does not include a keyboard you have to buy separately.


We are always too excited when it comes to the display from Samsung devices and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ did not disappoint, not even a bit.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ sports a 12.4-inch 120Hz Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1752 x 2800 pixels.

The scrolling and swiping actions are smooth as butter, thanks to the 120Hz high refresh rate.

A colour accurate display + premium S-pen of Samsung is all that an artist needs. You can draw beautiful pictures and share your artwork on social media.

This display has the support of HDR10+ which enhances the colours, and contrast of media to please the user with the best experience.

Processor and Performance

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G-ready SoC that is designed on 7-nm architecture.

There is an Adreno 650 GPU that helps CPU with the intense graphic processing and you will be able to play high-end battle royale games at 60fps and can edit 4K footage without a problem.

The 6GB RAM onboard will run your games, editing, and social media applications efficiently.

To speed up the process of application loading and system boot-up, Samsung has used 128GB UFS 3.0 storage.

Surprisingly, Samsung did not omit the SD card slot so if the internal storage is full use an external SD card to save your files and projects.

Out of the box, this tablet might be running on Android 10 but Samsung has already rolled out the upgrade for Android 11 OS for this device.

You will get to use custom One UI 3.1 and it does include some pre-installed apps, but you can disable them and few of them have the option of uninstalling.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ houses a dual-camera setup at the back consisting of a 13MP main and a 5MP ultrawide sensor.

The main camera clicks excellent quality images in broad daylight.

The results from the ultrawide sensor are decent, the sharpness is low but colours and dynamic range is great.

Images captured at night do not have excellent results, the noise is minimal but the lens flare is considerably high in low light conditions.

The rear camera can record videos in 4K resolution, the colours are okay and the dynamic range is well-balanced. Also, it does not lose focus on moving objects.

The front 8MP sensor takes decent selfies. The skin tones are natural looking but sharpness is not on par.


The variant has support for 4G SIM cards so you can use the internet from anywhere you go. You can also use high-speed Wi-Fi.

The Samsung Dex mode is the best thing about this tablet; it mimics the Windows UI and provides you with a desktop-like experience. If you are a working professional then this mode is right for you.

Battery Life

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ has a mammoth 10090mAh battery inside that powers this tablet for up to 12-14 hours with a sufficient full charge.

Battery life varies significantly depending on what type of task you are doing. Samsung has bundled a 45W fast charger that will juice up the tablet battery in 2:30 hours.


If you need a portable device that is capable of handling heavy workloads then Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is for you.

This expensive Android tablet comes with a lot of features that a regular user can imagine.


Screen12.4-inch 120Hz QHD+ Super AMOLED display, 1752 x 2800 pixels
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 865
SIM SupportSIM + Wi-Fi
Storage128GB up to 1TB
Camera13MP + 5MP rear, 8MP front
OSAndroid 10

3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE

Feature-rich Tablet

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 700 series 5G processor
  • Durable and reliable metal build
  • Sharp and Vivid QHD display


Bundled S-Pen inside the box

Support up to 45W fast charging

Excellent battery life


No high refresh rate display

Samsung is probably the only company out there which competes with Apple in the flagship tablet dual. 

The Tab S series is Samsung’s premium Android tablet lineup that packs powerful internal hardware which gives a run for their money to Apple iPads.

The Tab S7 FE is a 12-inch flagship Android tablet with Wi-Fi as well as cellular connectivity priced around Rs.51,000 in the Indian market.

Design and Build Quality

To be honest, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is like a more lite version of the original S7 tablet which we have reviewed in the past.

Samsung did not cut the cost in build quality – the back panel and the middle frame is made out of metal and there is glass on the front.

This tablet from Samsung has dual stereo speakers fine-tuned by AKG and in our opinion, they do sound good.

Turning on the Dolby Atmos from the notification bar will boost the sound level and you will get an immersive sound experience.

Unfortunately, there is no fingerprint sensor underneath the display or doubled with the power button in exchange, but Samsung has provided the face recognition facility which works like a charm.

Weighing at 608 grams, this tablet does feel a bit heavy but is easy to carry in a handbag or backpack.

One side of the frame of this tablet contains pogo pins which are useful if you plan to use a tablet with this device. 

Samsung has provided a magnetic connector below the camera module so you can attach the S-pen there and thankfully, the S-pen is included in the box.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE features a 12.4-inch Quad HD TFT display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels.

We are disappointed with just one factor: this panel is TFT and not Super AMOLED. However, the colour reproduction is still great but the viewing angles are questionable.

Due to its high resolution and compact form factor, the visuals and text appearing on this panel will look crystal clear.

If you use this device as a standalone tablet then it is an excellent choice for media consumption and to turn it into a working machine all you need is a keyboard which you buy from an online Samsung store.

The bezels are equal from all sides and are fairly thick which provides a comfortable grip to hold the tablet.

The S-pen works smoothly with 30ms of low latency and has 4096 pressure sensitivity so it is good for taking notes and doing some creative work.

Processor and Performance

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 5G octa-core processor designed on 8nm architecture.

This is where the cost-cutting is done, though it’s not a bad processor compared to 865 it does lack a bit of processing power which is required for playing high-end games.

The variant we have listed has the support of Wi-Fi as well as cellular connectivity. You can insert a 5G SIM card inside it yet the Indian infrastructure isn’t ready but in the future, this can be useful.

With 6GB RAM onboard this tablet can easily handle all your everyday workload without a hitch and you can even play high-end games at 40-45fps.

This device has 128GB internal storage which should be enough for most of the users and if not then do prefer using that dedicated microSD card slot.

Samsung has provided this device with pre-installed One UI 3.1 based on Android 11 OS.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE features an 8MP single rear camera and a 5MP selfie camera.

In daylight, the rear camera takes good quality photos with a sufficient amount of detail. The sharpness and colour of the photos are also great.

There are few modes in the camera application which you can use to capture better photos depending upon the environment.

The rear camera grants you to shoot 1080p video at 30fps but there is no mention of stabilization so keep the tablet steady for better video recording.

The front camera offers excellent quality while having video calls and speaking of selfie image output, it’s decent at best.

Battery Life

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is powered by a 10090mAh battery which lasts for up to 14 hours of screen on time with a single full charge. 

The bundled 15W charger takes too much time to recharge the battery but the good part about it is that the tablet supports up to a 45W charger and investing a few in the adapter will help you save time in emergencies.


Do we recommend the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE even after downgrading the processor? 

Yes, we do. 


The build quality is awesome, the 750G processor is capable of offering smooth performance in everyday use since not everyone is a gamer.

It has better battery life than its original model and for media enthusiasts and content creators, this tablet is the best at the price of Rs.50,999.


Screen12.4inch QHD TFT display, 2560 x 1600 pixel
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 750G
SIM SupportSIM + Wi-Fi
Storage128GB up to 1TB
Camera8MP rear, 5MP front
OSAndroid 11

4. Apple iPad Air(4th Gen)

Apple iPad Air(4th Gen)

Value for Money Tablet

  • Powerful A14 Bionic processor
  • Colourful QHD IPS retina display
  • Thin and lightweight form factor


Quad-speakers with stereo sound output

20W fast charging support

Compatible with the Apple Pencil(2nd Gen) and Magic keyboard


No cellular connectivity

The iPad Air series is a trimmed-down version, priced almost half as that of the Pro model tablet from Apple. 

Even though it is significantly priced less than the elder sibling, the performance and the build quality still beats any other Android tablet in the market.  

Design and Build Quality

The Apple iPad Air 4th Generation features the same glass front, aluminium back and aluminium frame, similar to that of the Apple iPad Pro we discussed above. 

The matte finish on the back with the Apple logo feels minimal yet elegant at the same time. 

Weighing at just 458g, the Apple iPad Air is 6.1mm thin and is very easy to hold in the hand. 

There are four speakers on this device to deliver loud and clear sound output while watching media content. 

The volume rockers can be found on the right side of the frame accompanied by the magnetic connector for attaching the Apple pencil.

The variant we discuss here is the Wi-Fi only one with no cellular connectivity, but there is one other model with support for Wi-Fi as well as 4G.

Instead of the FaceID, we have seen with the iPad Pro, the iPad Air comes with the TouchID sensor embedded inside the power button as it was in the case of older iPhone models. 


The Apple iPad Air comes with a 10.9-inch Quad HD LED-backlit IPS Retina display with a resolution of 2340 x 1640 pixels.

The display has an oleophobic coating which keeps the screen free from fingerprint smudges and makes it look clean always.

This standard 60Hz panel supports Apple truetone technology and covers a wide colour gamut for vivid and punchy colour reproduction. 

Even though there are considerable bezels around the screen, this display has an almost 80.3% screen to body ratio, which is good enough to deliver you an immersive media consumption experience. 

With a maximum brightness of 500nits, the Apple iPad Air is visible both indoors and outdoors without any issues whatsoever. 

Processor and Performance

The Apple iPad Air is powered by an A14 bionic hexa-core processor, and it’s the same chip used in the iPhone 12 series.

The performance is as smooth as butter, and you won’t notice any lags or stutter while doing intense multitasking or playing games.

This tablet runs on the latest iPadOS 14 with numerous optimizations and performance improvements under the hood. The user interface is clean and easy to use, strikingly similar to the other operating systems that run on other Apple devices. 

The Apple iPad Air has 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM, both modules are soldered onto the board and not expandable by any means. 


Unlike the previous Apple iPad Pro, this Apple iPad Air features a single 12MP rear camera with an aperture of f/1.8 and one 7MP lens on the front.

The quality of photos and videos from the single rear camera is very impressive for its details and colour accuracy. 

You can record 4K videos up to 60fps with the rear camera of the iPad Air. 

The front camera can be used for video calls and the visuals turn out to be good and pleasant when used under good lighting conditions.

To be honest, the front camera on this tablet performs way better than any expensive laptop webcam, so kudos to Apple for that.

Battery Life

The Apple iPad Air is powered by a 7606mAh lithium-polymer battery that lasts for about 10 to 11 hours on web browsing and multimedia use.

This Apple tablet comes with a 20W bundled charger inside the box that takes around two hours to charge the battery.


The affordable Apple iPad Air has all the good features such as the gorgeous IPS display, powerful performance and robust build quality for a much lower price tag compared with the regular iPad models from Apple.


Screen10.9-inch QHD LED-backlit IPS retina Display, 2360 x 1640 pixel
ProcessorApple A14 bionic
SIM SupportWi-Fi only
Storage64 GB
Camera12MP Rear, 7MP Front
OSiPadOS 14

5. Lenovo Tab P11 Pro

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro

Best Tablet for Productivity

  • Gorgeous 2K OLED display
  • Powerful Snapdragon 730G CPU
  • Android 10 out of the box


Excellent battery life

IR face unlock

Stereo JBL speakers


Stylus is not provided in the box

Lenovo is a Chinese company popular for its affordable entry-level laptops in the Indian market.

The Tab P11 Pro is one of the flagship Android tablets from Lenovo priced at just Rs.44,999 – somewhat closer to the iPad pricing territory. 

Design and Build Quality

The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro features a unibody aluminium chassis with an aluminium mid-frame and a glass front. 

The smooth matte finish on the back with the minimal Lenovo branding adds to the overall not so aggressive design language of this Android tablet. 

In the rear, there is a dual-camera vertical strip with an LED flashlight beside for assisting the cameras in low light conditions.

Weighing at just 485g, this flagship Android tablet from Lenovo is very easy to carry around in bags and backpacks. 

The power button which doubles up as a fingerprint sensor is placed to the top side of the frame whereas the volume buttons are located on the right side and the USB Type-C charging/data syncing port on the bottom. 

This is a Wi-Fi+4G capable Android tablet that supports all the major bands used by the Indian telecom carriers. 

This Android tablet from Lenovo features four JBL speakers – two on the top side of the frame and two in the bottom section, delivering stereo sound output. 


The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro features an 11.5-inch Quad HD OLED display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels.

This 16:10 aspect ratio display has a pixel density of 263ppi that makes the visuals and text appear sharp and clean. 

Being an OLED panel, the colours appear bright and vivid and the contrast ratio is impressive. The blacks appear deep and improve the overall dynamic range of the visuals. 

This panel has excellent colour reproduction and contrast ratio. The bezels from all sides are equal and compared to other tablets it has reasonably thin bezels.

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro supports Lenovo Precision Pen 2 but this accessory is not provided in the box.

With a peak brightness of 500nits, this display gets bright enough to be perfectly legible even under brightly lit indoor conditions. 

Processor and Performance

The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro is powered by the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC.

This is a tried and tested CPU that we have seen in many mid-range smartphones off late delivering excellent every day as well as gaming performance. 

The 6GB LPDDR4X RAM on board is more than sufficient for lag-free multitasking and everyday computing tasks such as browsing the internet, media consumption and playing games. 

The 128GB internal storage can be further expanded up to 256GB via the micro SD card.

This tablet runs on Android 10 OS with a near-stock UI and minimal bloatwares. 


The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro features a dual-camera system at the rear consisting of a 13MP main camera followed by a 5MP fixed focus lens.

The photos and videos from the primary camera come out detailed and colour accurate for the most part. 

Lenovo has chosen to keep the image processing minimal to retain all the natural details and colours. 

In the front, the Lenovo Tab P11 Pro features an 8MP shooter that delivers decent quality selfie shots with natural skin tones and details. The IR sensor upfront works fine with face unlocking, even under low lighting conditions. 

Battery Life

The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro is powered by an 8400mAh battery that is rated to last for a day and a half, even with moderate to heavy usage. 

The bundled 20W power adapter juices up this mammoth battery in almost under 3 hours.


The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro is quite an expensive tablet from Lenovo featuring an amazing display and battery life. On top of that, it supports third-party accessories such as a keyboard and stylus for a full-fledged portable computing experience.


Screen11.5-inch QHD OLED display, 2560 x 1600 pixels
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 730G
SIM SupportSIM + WiFi
Storage128 GB
Camera13MP + 5MP rear, 8MP + IR sensor Front
OSAndroid 10

6. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

Best Tablet for Multitasking

  • Vivid and punchy FHD display
  • Long-lasting battery life
  • Stereo speakers tuned by AKG


Excellent build quality

Latest Android 10 Q OS

Smooth performance


No LED flash for the rear camera

Samsung is perhaps the only serious Android tablet manufacturer aiming to compete with the Apple iPad in the tablet market.

The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is the latest iteration of the popular Galaxy Tab lineup, now with improved internals and the latest Android 10 Q operating system.

Design and Build Quality

The all-new Galaxy Tab S6 Lite features a glass and metal construction that looks premium and feels comfortable in the hands.

The metallic back at the rear is aesthetically very pleasing to look at, with the camera sitting flush with the body.

The stereo speakers on this device are tuned by AKG, the famous acoustics engineering company and they deliver excellent quality sound output with rich bass and clear treble.

The buttons on the sides of the tablet are made of metal, the same as the frame around the display and offer excellent tactile feedback.

The USB C port for charging and data syncing is present on the bottom.

This tablet has Wi-Fi and 4G SIM support, so even if you are out of the Wi-Fi zone you can still use the internet using a SIM card.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite has a 10.4-inch TFT LCD with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels. 

The pixel density count on this tablet is slightly lesser than the Apple iPad tablet, at 224ppi.

The colour reproduction is excellent on this display and covers an impressive 220% of the sRGB colour gamut with 400 nits of brightness.

This, in simple terms, means that the display can visualize images and videos in true colour, similar to the natural colour palette.

Processor and Performance

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is powered by a relatively powerful Exynos 9611 octa-core processor. While it’s not the latest processor available in the market, the 9611 has enough firepower to run this tablet without any lags or stutters.

Supporting the processor in its graphics duties is the Mali G72 GPU. Gaming and graphics performance is smooth and doesn’t pose any hiccups in the middle.

The 4GB RAM inside aids for better multitasking. App loading times are considerably less as well.

This tablet has 64GB of internal storage out of the box that can be expanded up to 512GB with an SD card.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite features an 8MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture. Unfortunately, there isn’t a dedicated flash for low light photography.

The front 5MP sensor delivers good quality images and videos in favourable lighting conditions.

Battery Life

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is powered by a 7040 mAh Lithium-Polymer battery pack inside that will last for about 8-9 hours of continuous usage.

Samsung claims that it can last for 16 hours of screen on time, which is a bit of a stretch as each user’s usage patterns may vary significantly.

The included 15W fast charger in the box charges the battery relatively quickly in under 2 hours.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is the best Android tablet available in the market as of now.

The gorgeous 10.2-inch TFT display together with the powerful Exynos 9611 processor helps this tablet to deliver excellent performance and eye-catching visuals to the end-user.


Screen10.4-inch Full HD AMOLED, 2000 x 1200 pixel
ProcessorExynos 9611 octacore 2.3GHz
SIM SupportSIM + Wi-Fi
Storage64GB Up to 512 GB
Camera8MP Rear, 5MP Front
OSAndroid 10 Q

7. Realme Pad

Realme Pad

Best Economical Tablet

  • MediaTek Helio G80 SoC
  • Vivid and rich resolution display
  • Elegant design


Stock Android 11 OS

Robust build quality

Good battery life


No fingerprint scanner

Realme has expanded its product portfolio this year to give a tough fight to Xiaomi.

The Realme Pad is the first-ever tablet from the company that is equipped with the MediaTek processor and is priced under Rs.20,000.

For its asking price let’s find out what this tablet has to offer and is it any good or not.

Design and Build Quality

This is Realme’s first tablet and they nailed it in terms of design and build quality.

The Realme Pad has a unibody aluminium chassis that has a brushed finish which in turn is fingerprint and smudge resistant.

This elegant-looking tablet feels lightweight in hand and realme has done some excellent work with the weight distribution.

Surprisingly, this tablet has two speakers at the top and two at the bottom which provides a surround sound experience on media consumption.

The Realme Pad tablet features a hybrid SIM slot meaning you can either use dual SIM cards at a time or one SIM + one microSD card.


The Realme Pad features a 10.4-inch WUXGA+(Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array) IPS display with a resolution of 1200 x 2000 pixels.

This display has a peak brightness of 360 nits and the visuals are readable indoors.

It has a pixel density of 224-PPI which is decent for a tablet and you can play FHD content without any pixelation.

The bezels have an equal thickness from all sides which is acceptable because it provides enough area to hold the tablet without facing too many accidental touches.

The contrast ratio of this panel is good and blacks are deep therefore the colours you will see on the display looks vivid.

Processor and Performance

The Realme Pad comes equipped with the MediaTek Helio G80 processor that is a capable chipset that offers good everyday performance.

This chipset paired with 4GB RAM runs social media and other productivity applications effortlessly.

The gaming performance is also good but there is an exception with the high-end games, e.g. if you download and play games like COD: Mobile then you will notice occasional lag and frame drops.

While the 64GB inbuilt storage is decent enough, you can expand the storage capacity with an SD card. 

Surprisingly the Realme Pad runs on stock Android UI rather than the Realme UI. This clean and uncluttered Android experience is quite refreshing. 


The Realme Pad houses an 8MP sensor on the front and another 8MP lens on the back.

The image processing is good for the price and better than its competitors. The photos taken with the rear lens in broad daylight have nice colours, a decent amount of details, and the dynamic range is well-balanced.

The image shot in low-lit conditions is not as good as expected but is no deal-breaker as most of us now have smartphones to take photos.

The front camera takes sharp and eye-catching photos when used in ample lighting conditions.


You can access the internet on the Realme Pad by using 4G SIM cards or via Wi-Fi.

You can also make calls and receive calls on this tablet as it has an earpiece and dedicated microphones.

Battery Life

The Realme Pad is powered by a 7100mAh lithium battery that is rated to last up to an entire day with normal use.

Realme has bundled an 18W fast charger which takes around 3 hours to recharge the battery completely.


For the asking price of Rs.17,999, the Realme Pad is a tablet well worth buying. It offers excellent everyday performance and a stock Android user experience.

You will also get a sturdy build, elegant design, and long-lasting battery. This tablet is perfect for students, E-book readers, and media enthusiasts.


Screen10.4-inch WUXGA+, 2000 x 1200 pixels
ProcessorMediaTek Helio G80
SIM SupportSIM + Wi-Fi
Storage64GB up to 256GB
Camera8MP rear, 8MP front
OSAndroid 11

8. Lenovo Tab K10

Lenovo Tab K10

Versatile Android Tablet

  • MediaTek Helio P22T SoC
  • Bright and vivid display
  • Decent camera performance


Latest Android 11 OS

Good build quality

SIM + Wi-Fi support


No fast charging

Lenovo is one of the most popular laptop manufacturers and apart from that, the brand has a wide range of products including tablets and smartphones.

The Lenovo Tab K10 is the newest offering from the company this year. It’s a mid-range tablet priced at Rs.16,999 offering good performance and user experience.

Design and Build Quality

First of all, the Lenovo Tab K10 has a physical dimension of 244 x 153 x 8.2 mm. It is fairly thin and weighs around 460 g.

It is not heavy as it looks and you will be able to hold the tablet comfortably in your hands.

Lenovo keeps the design minimalistic and the back of this tablet is pretty empty other than the Lenovo branding. 

This tablet has two speakers, one at the top and one at the bottom. The audio output is loud and clean but lacks bass as expected.

Lenovo has provided an industry-standard modern USB-C port for charging and data transfer.


The Lenovo Tab K10 sports a 10.3-inch Full HD display with a resolution of 1200 x 1920 pixels.

This display supports multi-touch gestures and the touch response is pretty much on point.

The colour reproduction of this panel is good and the display is bright enough for indoor use.

The top and bottom chin are thick but side bezels are slim because when you hold the tablet in landscape mode you need some space to hold the tablet properly. Overall, it’s a good quality display for the asking price.

Processor and Performance

Lenovo has used MediaTek Helio P22T processor inside this tablet and when we heard about the P series most of us think that performance will be underwhelming.

But that’s not the case here – this octa-core CPU when paired with the 4GB LPDDRx RAM can easily run your everyday use applications without a problem.

However, the gaming performance is not that great. But 2D games and low-sized 3D games will run just fine.

This device has 64GB of internal storage but you can expand the storage capacity with the help of a microSD card.

The Lenovo Tab K10 comes pre-installed with the Android 11 OS – it’s the latest in the market and you get it on this one right out of the box. Also, Lenovo has promised that in the future this tablet will get the upgrade for Android 12 OS.


At the back of the Lenovo Tab K10, there is the 8MP lens and on the front, there is a 5MP sensor.

The rear camera takes detailed images in broad daylight and photos have good colour reproduction.

The front camera provides decent quality selfie images but is good for video calling and online classes.


The Lenovo Tab K10 can be used either with cellular networks or with a Wi-Fi connection.

This tablet supports a single 4G nano-SIM and inserting one will let you enjoy surfing the internet and binge-watch from anywhere in the world.

Battery Life

The Lenovo Tab K10 is powered by a 7500mAh lithium battery that easily lasts you a day with a full charge.

The bundled charger will take around 2 hours 45 minutes to juice up the tablet battery fully from 0 – 100%.


The Lenovo Tab K10 is a budget option or you can see it as an alternative to the Realme Pad.

This tablet is designed for business and student use. If you can’t stretch your budget for Realme Pad then going for this one is the best option.


Screen10.3-inch FHD, 1920 x 1200 pixels
ProcessorMediatek Helio P22T
SIM SupportSIM + Wi-Fi
Storage64GB up to 256GB
Camera8MP rear, 5MP front
OSAndroid 11

9. Lenovo Yoga Smart Tablet

Lenovo Yoga Smart Tablet

Best Build Quality

  • Entry-level Snapdragon processor
  • Cellular connectivity
  • Dolby Atmos-certified stereo speakers


Gorgeous IPS display

Expandable storage memory

Bloatware free UI


Average front camera 

Lenovo is a popular brand when it comes to laptops and smartphones in the Indian subcontinent. 

The Yoga series tablet from Lenovo follows the footsteps of its elder Yoga series laptops in terms of design and feature richness. 

Design and Build Quality

The Lenovo Yoga tablets look distinctly unique from those ordinary Android tablets you come across in the market. 

The rounded bottom with an integrated kickstand makes this design not only aesthetically pleasing but also very practical for daily use. 

The backplate of this Yoga tablet is made from aluminium with a soft acrylic finish that looks and feels premium. 

The rounded drum-shaped bottom houses dual 2W JB speakers tuned by Dolby Atmos for the best possible sound experience in a budget tablet. 

Weighing at 580g, this tablet by no means is lightweight. But the ergonomic design makes it easy to grip inside the hand without any major issues. 

This device has a USB Type-C port on the left side for charging and data syncing and volume rockers, a power button, and an audio jack on the right side.

The Lenovo Yoga is a Wi-Fi + 4G LTE tablet with the provision for a single Nano-SIM to add cellular connectivity 


The Lenovo Yoga Smart Tablet features a 10.1-inch Full HD IPS display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels.

The bezels on the sides of this display are considerably thinner than the upper and bottom chin. This ensures an immersive media consumption experience. 

With a pixel density of around 218ppi, this display is decently sharp and the visuals look detailed and clean, without any noticeable pixelation effects. 

This panel has a peak brightness of 320nits, making it legible even under bright indoor conditions. However, outdoor viewability isn’t the best among the lot. 

Processor and Performance

The Yoga Smart Tablet is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 octa-core processor clocked at 2GHz.

The device comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage onboard. You can expand the storage further by inserting a microSD card.

Speaking of the performance, the day to day performance is delightful and this tablet handles light multitasking without any issues. 

The tablet comes with the Android 9.0 Pie OS and the experience is almost like a stock android, with no pre-installed bloatware applications to bog down the performance.

You can play any 2D games smoothly on this tablet without any noticeable lags. However, expect lags and stutters if you are trying to play heavy games such as PUBG Mobile and Fortnite. 


There’s a single 8MP rear camera on this tablet that captures good images in broad daylight. You can even use it for casual photography in your free time.

The 5MP front-facing camera on the tablet is much more useful for video calling instead of clicking selfies as the captured images come out with fewer details and colour discrepancies.

Battery Life

The Lenovo Yoga Smart Tablet is powered by a monstrous 7000mAh battery inside. This gigantic battery will easily last over a day even with heavy usage. 

The device does have a USB Type-C port but the bundled charger isn’t the fast charger and it takes almost 4 and a half hours to charge.


The Lenovo Yoga Smart Tablet is best suited for media enthusiasts for watching online content and students attending online classes.

Keeping the price under Rs.20,000, this Lenovo tablet has a unique design and a long-lasting battery inside that keeps you entertained for hours.


Screen10.1-inch FHD IPS, 1920 x 1200 pixels
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 439
SIM SupportSIM + WiFi
Storage64 GB up to 256 GB
Camera8MP Rear, 5MP Front
Battery7000 mAh
OSAndroid 9.0

10. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

Budget All-round Performer

  • Octa-core Snapdragon processor
  • Vibrant Full HD display
  • Android 10 with intuitive One UI


Good battery life

Quad-speaker with Dolby atmos

Expandable storage


No cellular connectivity

Galaxy Tab series from Samsung is one of the most in-demand Android tablets in the market, primarily citing the lack of branded companies launching their tablets here in India. 

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is the newest member of the Galaxy Tab series and retails in the Indian market for a budget under Rs.20,000. 

Design and Build Quality

Similar to most other mid-range Android tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 has a mix of metal and plastic build.

The back section of this tablet is made from metal whereas the frame is of plastic. The overall design of this tablet looks very minimal and industrial.

Apart from the single rear camera and the Samsung brand logo, the entire back section is empty. 

Weighing at 476g, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 doesn’t feel that heavy to use, compared with some other tablets in a similar price bracket. 

One of the USPs of this Android tablet is the quad speakers that deliver excellent stereo sound output, difficult to come by in a mid-range tablet. 

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is a Wi-Fi-only tablet meaning you won’t be able to pop in a SIM card to access cellular networks. 


The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 features a 10.4-inch Full HD TFT display with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels.

The display quality is exceptional – it’s bright and colour accurate. The visuals and text appear sharp and detailed, thanks to the higher resolution display. 

The bezels on all four sides of this display aren’t that thin, and look somewhat outdated compared to the rest of the design. 

This panel doesn’t support the S-pen as opposed to the premium Samsung tablets, but the touch responsiveness with fingers is flawless. 

Processor and Performance

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 runs the show from beneath on this Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 tablet.

It is an octa-core chipset designed on 11-nanometer architecture. This chip is power-efficient and gives excellent performance with everyday usage and light multitasking.

The 3GB RAM is ample for running all kinds of applications such as web browsers, social media apps and streaming content platforms except heavy games. 

Regarding storage, the Galaxy Tab A7 comes with 32GB onboard with a provision to expand up to 1TB with the help of an SD card. 

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 runs the latest Android 10 Q OS with the intuitive One UI 2.5 on top. The interface is the same as that of Samsung’s latest smartphones.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 features an 8MP primary lens at the rear and a 5MP selfie shooter.

The rear camera can click photos and shoot videos, but there is no stabilization whatsoever.

The front camera is often useful to capture selfies in daylight conditions, and it can be more useful when it comes to video calls.

Note that neither of these cameras has LED flash, so low light photography isn’t this tablet’s strong forte. 

Battery Life

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is powered by a 7040 mAh battery which gives you the battery backup for an entire day with medium to heavy usage.

The bundled 15W charger is said to support fast charging but still takes almost 3 hours to recharge the battery.


The Galaxy Tab A7 is a feature-packed, well built Wi-Fi-only Android tablet suitable for work and fun purposes. 

This budget Android tablet excels in its everyday performance, battery life and the intuitive UI that runs everything all and well.


Screen10.4-inch FHD TFT, 2000 x 1200 pixels
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 662
SIM SupportW-iFi Only
Storage32 GB UP to 1 TB
Camera8MP Rear, 5MP Front
Battery7040 mAh
OSAndroid 10.0

11. Lenovo IdeaPad Duet

Lenovo Ideapad Duet

Best Multi-purpose Tablet

  • Well optimized Chrome OS
  • Sharp FHD IPS panel
  • Excellent design and build


Detachable keyboard inside the box

USB-C Port for charging and data transfer

Long-lasting battery life


CPU choice could have been better

Lenovo is a well-known Chinese brand across the globe for its laptops, computers, and related hardware accessories.

The Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook is a hybrid between a laptop and a tablet that runs on Chrome OS by Google, priced affordably under Rs.26,999.

Design and Build Quality

Out of all tablet hybrid models we’ve seen, we can claim that the Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook is the winner in terms of design and build quality.

It has a metal build and the back has a mixture of two colours – Ice Blue and Iron Grey, which provides a unique look to this device.

This tablet weighs around 450 grams which is lighter than premium tablets from Apple and Samsung.

Lenovo has given the modern USB-C port on this device and dual speakers. The audio quality coming out from this device is not the best therefore we recommend using a pair of good earphones/headphones.

Unlike other brands, Lenovo has provided a detachable keyboard inside the box with no additional cost. You will also get a fabric finished magnetic kickstand which provides support to the tablet to set it like a laptop.

The keyboard is entirely made out of plastic and it’s a tenkeyless keyboard with minimal key travel distance. This keyboard deck also houses a trackpad positioned in the center which works like a champ.

In terms of build, design, and facility we give full marks to the Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook.

This is a Wi-Fi-only tablet so you will require an active internet connection to browse the internet and streaming videos.


The Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook features a 10.1-inch Full HD IPS touchscreen display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels.

This panel has good viewing angles and colour reproduction, thanks to the IPS technology.

With the peak brightness of 400 nits, this tablet screen is usable indoors without any issues however, the sunlight legibility is average.

The thick bezels from all sides do not feel like a deal-breaker as when you use this device as a tablet there will be enough space to hold it without worrying about accidental touches.

Whenever you attach the keyboard to the tablet the Google Chrome will automatically turn into a desktop mode so you can use the display for work as well as for media consumption.

Processor and Performance

The showrunner of the Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook is the MediaTek Helio P60T octa-core processor clocked at 2GHz.

This device has 4GB LPDDR4x RAM inside running all your everyday applications smoothly and performance will remain fluent even with casual multitasking.

This tablet can run games but this hybrid tablet is designed primarily for productivity.

Lenovo has provided 128GB storage and unfortunately, there is no slot for an external SD card so you have to either choose cloud storage or buy portable storage like a hard drive or pen drive.

Thanks to the Chrome OS which is very lightweight and runs flawlessly. You will find no lag or stutter in day-to-day use and the experience of Chrome OS is like using stock Android on a big screen.


The Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook has an 8MP single rear camera and 2MP fixed-focus on the front.

The rear camera provides decent quality photos and being very honest, we don’t think that you’ll ever use this tablet rear camera if you are buying it for productive work.

The front sensor is indeed useful especially if you have to attend online classes and video conferences.

Battery Life

The Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook is powered by a 7000mAh lithium-polymer battery that is rated to last up to an entire day, thanks to well-optimized OS and power-efficient CPU.

The bundled 10W power adapter will juice up this hybrid tablet battery from zero to full in 4 to 5 hours.


If you are after an affordable portable device that can handle your basic work like typing, emailing, scheduling etc., then purchasing the Lenovo Ideapad Duet Chromebook is the best decision you can make.

Priced under Rs.30,000, we think that this is the best versatile tablet for productive people and media enthusiasts.


Screen10.1-inch FHD IPS dislay, 1920 x 1200 pixels
ProcessorMediaTek Helio P60T
SIM SupportWi-Fi Only
Camera8MP rear, 2MP front
OSChrome OS

12. Huawei MatePad T8

Huawei MatePad T8

Best Pocket-friendly Tablet

  • Robust build quality
  • Bright HD display
  • Decent everyday performance


Android 10 out of the box

Good battery life

Dedicated micro SD card slot


No Google services support

Slow charger in the box

Huawei is one of the largest tech companies in the world with products offered in a wide range of segments including consumer electronics and telecommunications. 

The Huawei MatePad T8 is an affordable Wi-Fi+4G tablet available for purchase in the Indian market for just Rs.10,999.

Design and Build Quality

The Huawei MatePad T8 has a metal chassis with a plastic frame in the middle and a glass front. 

The design of this tablet looks very minimalistic and aesthetically pleasing. Weighing just 310g, this device is lightweight and easy to carry around. 

The fit and finish of this tablet justify its price and there are no noticeable cost cuttings on the build quality front. 

The speaker grille is located on the top section of the frame besides a 3.5mm audio output jack. The speaker sounds decent and loud enough to fill a small-sized room. 

The volume rockers and the power button are positioned towards the right side of the frame. 

One disappointing thing about this tablet is that it still features an outdated micro USB port instead of a modern USB Type-C one. 

As we mentioned above, this is a Wi-Fi+4G tablet with the provision to insert a single 4G LTE SIM.


The Huawei MatePad T8 sports an 8-inch HD LCD with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

This display is good for consuming media content, thanks to the decent colour accuracy and contrast ratio.

With a pixel density count of 189ppi, this isn’t the sharpest display out there but passable for the price.  

Processor and Performance

The Huawei MatePad T8 comes equipped with the MediaTek MT8768 octa-core SoC clocked at 2GHz.

This device has 2GB RAM and the performance of this tablet can be termed decent with casual everyday use.

Internet browsing, media consumption, social networking – all these will work as intended but not gaming or intense multitasking. 

Outside the 32GB internal storage, you have the option to increase the storage capacity of this tablet with the dedicated SD card slot that will accept cards up to 512GB.

This budget Android tablet comes pre-installed with the EMUI 10.1 developed on top of Android 10. The catch here is that it does not come with Google services. But you can install applications from the Amazon Appstore. The EMUI is well optimized and understanding the UI will take hardly an hour.


The Huawei MatePad T8 has a single 5MP lens at the rear and a 2MP front-facing camera.

The picture quality is above average, we say, the details and sharpness are not that good even if you use it in bright environments.

We prefer smartphone cameras over this tablet camera, however, for video calls the front camera will be useful. All you need to do is find a well-lit room.

Battery Life

The Huawei MatePad T8 is powered by a 5100mAh battery that will last for about 8 hours of continuous usage.

The bundled charger takes almost 4 hours to completely juice up the battery, which is painfully slow. 


The Huawei Matepad T8 is an affordable Wi-Fi+4G tablet with decent everyday performance and battery life.


Screen8-inch HD display, 1280 x 800 pixels
ProcessorMediaTek MT8768 octa-core
SIM SupportSIM + Wi-Fi
Storage32 GB up to 512 GB
Camera5MP rear, 2MP front
OSAndroid 10

13. Motorola Tab G20

Motorola Tab G20

Honourable Mention

  • Bright and colourful display
  • Good day to day performance
  • Modern USB type C port


Robust build quality

Good battery life

Stock Android 11 OS


Average sound quality

Motorola has finally launched its new tablet with the latest Android version to spice up the relatively dull tablet market in India.

The Motorola G20 tablet is designed with students in mind and it is affordably priced under Rs.10,000.For its asking price, let’s see what this product has to offer.

Design and Build Quality

The Motorola Tab G20 has a durable metal build, quite surprising to be honest in this price bracket. 

This budget Android tablet has a physical dimension of 199.1 x 121.8 x 8.2 mm, quite standard when compared with its competitors. 

Compared to modern affordable smartphones, this tablet is quite thin and weighing at 305g, it does not feel much heavy in hands however, you have to use both hands to operate this device.

Speaking of its physical overview, the top frame of this tablet houses an audio jack and a speaker grille. On the right, you will find volume rockers and the power button. The bottom frame is where the USB Type C port is situated.

This tablet comes with a dedicated microSD card slot that supports cards up to 256GB. And one other point to note here is that this is a Wi-Fi-only tablet without cellular connectivity, i.e SIM cards can’t be used. 


The Motorola Tab G20 sports an 8-inch HD+ IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

This display is using TDDI technology which improves the quality of image through digital noise reduction and provides better brightness, colours, and clarity.

Thanks to the IPS technology, the viewing angles are excellent and the colour reproduction is good for the asking price.

The bezels on the top and bottom chin are thick which is understandable because when you hold the tablet in landscape mode it will give you the space for holding the tablet comfortably and helps avoid accidental touches.

This panel can be used indoors comfortably but under direct sunlight, the legibility is not that good.

Processor and Performance

The Motorola Tab G20 is equipped with the MediaTek Helio P22T octa-core processor designed on 12-nm architecture.

The tablet comes with 3GB LPDDR4x RAM and it provides lag-free performance with casual usage.

As we mentioned earlier, this tablet is designed for students and not for gamers so don’t push graphics-intensive games to run otherwise you will notice lags and stutters.

This device only has 32GB of internal storage so if you ever run out of storage then do prefer inserting an external SD card.

Currently, under Rs.10,000, this is the only tablet in India that runs Android 11 OS out of the box and the good thing is that it’s stock UI so it will have no ads or bloatware. It runs smoothly and you will get enough options for customization.


The Motorola Tab G20 features a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera.

The 5MP rear camera takes good quality photos in well-lit conditions and the details in the images are quite good.

It’s not giving astonishing results but considering the price and its competition, this one has better image processing after Samsung Tab A 8.0.

The front camera provides decent results and it will be more useful while having video calls. Primarily, the front camera of this tablet is useful for students who are attending online classes.

Battery Life

The Motorola Tab G20 is powered by a 5100mAh lithium battery that will easily last up to 10-12 hours on a single charge with regular use.

A 10W power adapter is included in the box which juices up the battery in under 3 hours.


The Motorola Tab G20 is an excellent value for money tablet for students and media enthusiasts.

It is well-built, easy to travel with, offers good performance, and battery life for the price of just Rs.9,999.


Screen8-inch HD, 1280 x 800 pixels
ProcessorMediatek Helio P22T
SIM SupportWi-Fi Only
Storage32GB up to 2TB
Camera5MP rear, 2MP front
OSAndroid 11

That’s it! The curated list for the best thirteen tablets available in the Indian market concludes here. 

If you have gone through the content and feel like we have left out any of the models that you want us to review, let us know in the comments below.

As always thank you for your time and have a nice day.

2 thoughts on “Best Tablets In India (December 2021)”

  1. i wanna buy tab for my birthday, can u suggest something good not very expensive. looking for something light with good resolution nd good looks.

    • Hi Disha,

      We believe the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.0 would be an excellent birthday gift to gift yourselves this year. This laptop priced under Rs.11,000 comes with the relatively latest Android 9.0 OS along with a decent display and battery life.


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