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Mid-year: Best Tablets seen so far in 2022

We take a look at the best tablets released this year.

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After taking a look at the best smartphones released in 2022 so far, we thought we’d do the same for tablets. While there are a lot more releases slated for the latter half of 2022, some of the tablets released so far will definitely find their way into the year-end list. In this article, we bring you the 5 best tablets seen so far in 2022 across all categories.

Read Also: Mid-year: Best smartphones seen so far in 2022

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iPad Air 5

ipad air 5

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Display: 10.9-inch Liquid Retina

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CPU: Apple M1

Camera: Rear – 12MP Front – 12MP

Storage: 64GB, 256GB (8GB RAM)

Weight: 461g

Price: Rs 52,090

With its M1 chipset, the iPad Air 5 is not only a stark improvement on its predecessor but also one of the best premium tablets you can buy today, even rivalling the iPad Pro. The unique sleek design of the iPad Air draws consumers that prioritise portability and compactness over everything else. The iPad Air may also be an attractive option for buyers that don’t want to splurge on the iPad Pro but also expect their tablet to deliver a high performance.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra specifications


Display: 14.6-inch Super AMOLED

CPU: Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

Camera: Rear – 13MP + 6MP Front – 12MP + 12MP

Storage: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB (8GB, 12GB, 16GB RAM)

Weight: 726g

Price: Rs 1,19,954

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra pushes the boundaries of size and performance for a premium tablet. While it is more expensive than a high-end laptop, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra has absolutely everything you can ask of a tablet. Its 15.6-inch display dwarfs every other tablet in its category and rivals most laptops. Needless to say, if you’re looking for portability, the S8 Ultra isn’t the tablet for you. However, if you’re looking for a device that seamlessly converges work and leisure, you may want to check this one out. The S8 Ultra tab is designed to cater to people who work from home and want a fun hybrid device to replace their laptop. The 12MP dual front cameras are equipped to support up to 4k resolution for video calls. It also comes with a low-latency S Pen that blends perfectly with the tablet’s functioning. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra will rightfully seem like a gamble to some, but the end product will change your expectations from a tablet.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 2022 price in India expected


Display: 10.4-inch TFT LCD

CPU: Snapdragon 720G

Camera: Rear – 8MP Front – 5MP

Storage: 64GB, 128GB (4GB RAM)

Weight: 465g

Price: Rs 30,999

Launched in May 2022, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite comes with significant upgrades over its predecessor. The Snapdragon 720G replaces the 10nm Exynos 9611 chipset, and the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 is a marked improvement over Android 10 on the original model. With these upgrades, the S6 Lite is one of the best tablets on offer in the mid-premium segment. Samsung also offers the S Pen along with S6 Lite, and the stylus may be a deciding factor for some when choosing between the S6 Lite and the iPad.

Xiaomi Pad 5

Xiaomi Pad 5 price in India, specifications


Display: 11-inch LCD

CPU: Snapdragon 860

Camera: Rear – 13MP Front – 8MP

Storage: 128GB, 256GB (6GB RAM)

Weight: 511g

Price: Rs 26,999

Priced at Rs 26,999, the Xiaomi Pad 5 is one of the best tablet releases in the mid-premium category this year. With a screen size of 11 inches, the Xiaomi Pad 5 is perfect for binge-watching. The Xiaomi Pad 5 is packed with features for a tablet in this category and is clearly punching above its weight. The only downside is that it doesn’t offer any cellular connectivity. This means you will need a WiFi connection to access all of its functions.

Motorola Moto G70 Tab

Moto Tab G70 launched in Brazil, India launch set for January 17


Display: 11-inch LCD

CPU: MediaTek Helio 690T

Camera: Rear – 13MP Front – 8MP

Storage: 64GB (4GB RAM)

Weight: 500g

Price: Rs 22,999

Released in January 2022, the Motorola Moto G70 Tab is a worthy addition to this list. Just when the entry-level tablet segment seemed stagnant (or dominated by Samsung), Motorola dropped this entertainment tablet to provide much-needed diversity in this category. The G70 Tab offers everything you need from a mid-range tablet. With 4 speakers and a 2k display, the G70 is meant for users who use a tablet exclusively to stream movies and TV. Priced at Rs 22,999, the G70 tab will rival the Realme Pad X as well as the Samsung S6 Lite.

Read Also: Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Review: A Great Device For Professional Use

These are the 5 best tablets we’ve seen so far in 2022. With new releases from Apple, Xiaomi, Lenovo, and Huawei scheduled for the latter half of the year, we will certainly see more additions to this list by the end of the year. If you think there’s a tablet we missed out on, let us know in the comments!

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