It’s very likely the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 could end up being the best Android tablet of the year – partly because it’s shaping up to be a really powerful device, and partly because there just aren’t that many slates running the Google-designed software.
Indeed, the Android tablet landscape is pretty sparse these days, but one company that can be relied upon to launch impressive slates is Samsung, with its Galaxy Tab S range proving to be real alternatives to an iPad. We’re likely to see the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite soon, with the Tab S8 following towards the end of the year.
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