Best Budget Android Tablets That Won’t Break The Bank [List]

Here is a list of the best Android tablets that are easy on the wallet and offer exception experiences regardless of what you are doing.

If you are looking for a brand new tablet that doesn’t come with an extortionate price-tag, then one of these slates could definitely meet your needs.

There is no denying that the iPad is a powerful beast. For a lot of people all over the world, it is exactly what’s needed to get the job done. However, not everyone needs that type of premium hardware and not everyone can justify paying those types of prices for a tablet. Especially when you can get exceptional power and experience from tablets that cost a fraction of the price.

Let’s take a look at some of the contenders.

Fire HD 8 Plus Tablet

One of Amazon’s best tablets to date. The 8-inch HD display is backed with 32GB of onboard storage, 3GB of RAM, and all-day battery life for what feels like never-ending browsing.

Buy: Fire HD 8 Plus Tablet with 32GB from Amazon: $110

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

The slim, stylish design of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 comes with a 10.4-inch ultra-widescreen display, Dolby Atmos surround sound, and 64GB of onboard storage.

Buy: Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 Wi-Fi 64GB from Amazon: $280

Lenovo Tab M10 Plus

The extremely affordable Lenovo Tab M10 Plus comes with 32GB of storage, a beautiful slim design with a premium metal back, and a 10.3-inch FHD display with TDDI technology.

Buy: Lenovo Tab M10 Plus with 32GB from Amazon: $150

VANKYO MatrixPad S21

This powerful octa-core tablet is the definition of affordable. It offers a 64-bit octa-core processor, a 10.1-inch vibrant display, and 32GB of storage.

Buy: VANKYO MatrixPad S21 with 32GB from Amazon: $130

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

This Samsung tablet is not only affordable but also comes with the added benefit of the Samsung S-Pen. It has a 10.4-inch display, 64GB of storage, and is finished in stunning Oxford Grey.

Buy: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite with 64GB from Amazon: $350

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