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Samsung tablets are up to 33% off on Amazon for the holidays

As it does for phones, Samsung offers a wide selection of tablets to meet the needs of different people: young kids, streaming media aficionados, and on-the-go working professionals. Amazon has posted a pretty decent selection of various Samsung tablets for sale today with discounts starting from 14% and up to 33% off. Check them out below.

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Huawei releases the MatePad Pro in China to tackle the iPad

Despite the continual shrinkage of the Android tablet market, Huawei continues to take the tablet-making business seriously. After getting a glimpse of the Huawei MatePad Pro a couple of weeks ago, the device has now been officially unveiled. The company looks to be positioning it as a rival to the iPad Pro in China, and that's the only place it's launching right now.

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab Active Pro is a rugged Android tablet coming to U.S. job sites

If everyday life can be hard on your beloved Android handsets, forcing them to survive on a job site is downright torture. To give work-assigned devices a fighting chance here in the States, Samsung is bringing its ruggedized Galaxy Tab Active Pro to the U.S. workforce.

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All-new Amazon Fire HD 10 now available: Android Pie, USB-C, and Kids Edition

At the beginning of the month, Amazon introduced its revamped Fire HD 10 tablet, bringing some improvements such as USB-C connectivity and a faster processor over the previous iteration. The new device is now available on the retailer's site, both in adult and kids editions, selling for $150 and $200, respectively.

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Amazon updates Fire HD 10 tablet with USB Type-C and Android Pie

Amazon's Fire tablets usually cut a lot of corners to reach low prices, but the Fire HD 10 has been a good all-around device for a while now (as long as you don't mind installing the Play Store yourself). A refreshed version of the Fire HD 10 was announced today, with updates to both the hardware and software.

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab S5e is coming to AT&T with LTE connectivity

The Galaxy Tab S5e is Samsung's current kinda-flagship tablet, sitting below the ultra high-end Tab S6. It still has a great AMOLED screen in a premium frame, but with a Snapdragon 670 processor instead of the faster Snapdragon 855. A few months after the Wi-Fi S5e arrived in the United States, AT&T will now sell an LTE variant.

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[Update: Now $120] Upgrade from that Fire tablet to a 32GB Lenovo Tab 4 10" for $130 ($50 off)

If you're looking to grab an Android tablet to perform some menial or easily automated programming tasks or just like having that extra device lying around to play with, it looks like we're in the clearance stage for Lenovo's 10.1" Tab 4. That means you can grab one from either Amazon or B&H for a fair price.

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Should you buy an Android tablet in 2019?

Android tablets have become sort of a joke in the tech sphere — there are no good apps is the refrain. And, well, that's sort of true: Android's tablet applications generally aren't as robust as those available on other platforms. Even so, tablets as a form factor are unparalleled for casual media consumption, and if Android is your operating system of choice (and since you're reading this, I'll guess that it is), there are plenty of interesting hardware choices.

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[Update: Downloads available] Pixel C gets mysterious OTA update from beyond the grave

Google's last Android tablet, the Pixel C, reached end-of-life back this June. Device owners can't rely on receiving regular security updates anymore, making the device more and more dangerous in daily use. Google doesn't appear to be completely done with the Pixel C, though. Some people have received an OTA, but it's not exactly clear what has changed.

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Samsung's 128GB Galaxy Tab A 10.1 is just $250 ($80 off) on Amazon

Samsung makes a lot of budget tablets, and the Tab A series sits squarely between the low-end junk and the high-end models (like the Tab S5e and S6). Now you can get the 128GB version of the 2019 Tab A 10.1 for just $250, a $50 discount from the previous Amazon price and $80 below what Samsung sells it for.

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