My Favorite Android Tablet of 2018 - A Revisit



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My recent review of a tablet with a fruit logo brought on a couple of you asking about a good Android alternative in the comments. And yes, there are some really good ones that actually cost nearly half of what an iPad Pro costs, and include some added benefits. I’m Jaime Rivera with Pocketnow and let us revisit the Huawei MediaPad M5 Pro, which would actually be my favorite Android tablet of 2018.

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  1. Luis Garcia
    Luis Garcia says:

    Hola Jaime muy Buenos videos the explicas y expresas muy bien Hermano yo quiero saber si esa tablets la Huawei mediapad m5 see puede usar con Bluetooth y WiFi ala vez porque he escuchado que no see puede

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  2. Chris Grillo
    Chris Grillo says:

    Why are Android tablets still a thing? They are miles away from being as good as an iPad…. millions of miles away. Android phones have caught up with the iphone for sure, but not tablets…

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  3. Jeong-hun Sin
    Jeong-hun Sin says:

    Someone please tell tablet manufacturers that people would rather have a low quality rear-facing camera or no rear-facing camera at all than having a protruding camera. What percentage of people use tablet cameras anyway.

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  4. Maja Isakszon
    Maja Isakszon says:

    A friend of mine has this tablet but it went back after it went to repairs four times due to the intern antenna for wifi stopped working. It was fixed four times but broke again and again. So he went back to the store and got the tab s4. Never had a single problem with it.

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  5. Sjaak Schulteis
    Sjaak Schulteis says:

    If I had to buy a new tablet, it would be one of my choices. I'm currently using a Samsung Galaxy tab A (2016) with S pen. This tablet still has a great battery life and though a bit on the heavy side, fulfills all my needs. The only problem with it is, that it wasn't a very popular tablet and thus it is nearly impossible to get a good cover. The old one is broken, so now I don't have a protection around it.

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