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How Far Can Samsung and Google Take Android Tablets?

by Eric Smith | Feb 09, 2022

Higher demand for mobile computing devices during the pandemic has opened the door for more players and more innovation in the Android tablet space. The tablet market has reached a new normal level of demand with higher ownership rates around the world to support hybrid working and digital learning.

Accordingly, Samsung just announced its newest flagship update in the Galaxy Tab S8 series with a new 14.6” screen “Ultra” model to support premium productivity needs, particularly in the B2B segment.

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At the same time, there are reports that Google is staffing up its Android Tablet division just as the mobile computing world is awaiting the release of its new Android 12L operating system to enhance multitasking on large screen devices.

In our new report published today, we question which Android vendors will have the tools necessary to seize the moment. For more, click below or get in touch with any questions!

https://www.strategyanalytics.com/access-services/devices/tablets-and-pcs/connected-computing-devices/reports/report-detail/how-far-can-samsung-and-google-take-android-tablets
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