Best Flagship Tablets In India

Is there anything like Flagship Tablets? Yes, they are those tablets that possess ultimate power and are seen travelling with lightning performance.

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How Roller Up prepared this list ? First of all, We research about a niche. Then, we study the specifications of all the products existing in that category. After this, we go through the reviews posted by users and analyze them. At the end, we make our knowledge accessible to everyone in this beautiful way.

In this article, We listed the Best Flagship Tablets available in the Indian market. We have given utmost significance to the following features while describing the products.

  • Design & Build
  • Display Quality
  • Performance
  • Camera Quality
  • Battery Life
  • Connectivity
  • Verdict

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List Of Best Flagship Tablets In India

Last Updated on14th Aug 2021

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Most Feature Rich

1. Apple iPad Pro 2021 (3rd Gen)

APPLE iPad Pro 2021 (3rd Generation)
Design 95%
Display 95%
Performance 95%
Camera 95%
Battery 85%

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Detail Overview :

The iPad Pro series has always had the most powerful Apple silicon, and in this year’s refresh, it gets Apple’s M1 SoC which we’ve already seen run circles around Intel CPUs in devices such as the MacBook Air, Mac mini, and most recently, the iMac. Along with a better processor, the new iPads also have more RAM, a Thunderbolt port, a new Face ID camera, and optional 5G connectivity.

Design & Build :

At first glance, the 2021 iPad Pro (11-inch) looks identical to the 2020 model. However, there are some subtle differences. While the overall size and thickness are identical, the new 11-inch model is 5g lighter (468g vs 473g for the 5G versions of each). The design includes a matte-finished aluminum body with exposed antenna bands along the flattened sides and a pill-shaped cutout on the right for additional 5G antennas.

There are four speakers in total, a Thunderbolt port (Type-C) at the bottom, and a SIM tray on the right. The Indian cellular models (A2459) support one eSIM and a physical SIM, so it should be possible to switch between networks when you travel, but you can’t use both networks actively (dual-SIM mode) like on an iPhone.

Display Quality :

The iPad Pro 11-inch features a Liquid Retina LCD display which offers 600 nits of peak brightness, Apple’s familiar True Tone for comfortable viewing, ProMotion 120Hz adaptive refresh rate, and a wide colour gamut. The 11-inch display comes with a 2388×1668 pixels screen resolution and 264 PPI pixel density.

Specs aside, the iPad Pro 11-inch display is a gorgeous one and offers vivid colors, fantastic sharpness, and decent black levels while watching multimedia content. The iPad Pro 11-inch can offer great viewing angles and sunlight legibility. Thanks to this stunning display, the iPad Pro became our default device for all videos, streaming shows, and other multimedia use cases.

Performance :

If there’s one department that needs the least validation, then it has to be the performance of the iPad Pro. The new iPad Pro packs the same Apple M1 chip that has powered the MacBook Air which I have been using since last year, and a bunch of other Apple products. The chipset is considered one of the best processors available globally, and the iPad Pro is the latest to join the elite club.

This is also the first time Apple has put out the RAM values for iPad Pro, something that the company has always kept secret on its various devices, including the iPhones. The iPad Pro packs 8GB and 16GB of RAM, where the lower RAM is for 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB models, while the 16 gig is for the 1TB and 2TB models. This somehow tips that Apple also thinks that the new iPad Pro is finally ready enough to take on laptops and if RAM is something that’s important for users, then here it is.

Camera Quality :

The cameras on the iPad Pro (11-inch) are among the best you’ll find on any tablet. The rear camera hardware hasn’t changed compared to last year’s model, but there is support for Smart HDR 3 this time for photos. You get a 12-megapixel main camera without OIS which can record up to 4K 60fps video, a 10-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and the True Tone flash. It would have been nice to have Night mode or the ability to shoot Dolby Vision HDR video on this year’s Pro model, but you can’t.

Battery Life & Connectivity :

iPads have always impressed with their battery performance, but the M1 iPad Pro breaks all previous records. Apple claims up to 10 hours of web browsing or watching videos over Wi-Fi when fully charged, which drops to 9 when using a cellular network.

If you’re using the iPad Pro as your secondary device, you can expect it to last for around two days. Apple has nailed the standby power management system on its iPads, and the new Pro isn’t any different.

Verdict :

The iPad Pro 11-inch is a great combination of hardware, design, and features. This model is also the best example of why bigger isn’t always better. Compared to the 12.9-inch display, you save some money by going for a smaller screen and get almost the same enough experience hardware and software-wise at a lower price. Unfortunately, the software still needs some improvements.

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2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 (LTE)

SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S7 (LTE)
Design 90%
Display 90%
Performance 90%
Camera 90%
Battery 90%

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Detail Overview :

Samsung is among the very few manufacturers still pushing out high-end Android tablets, and the Galaxy Tab S7 & S7+ are its latest models. While most other manufacturers have been sticking to low-end tablets, Samsung has been showcasing what a top-tier Android tablet should be like. The Galaxy Tab S7 has some impressive specifications such as a big 11 inch LTPS LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor, and a bundled S-Pen stylus. Samsung has set the price at Rs. 63,999.

Design & Build :

The design of the Tab S7 bears more than a passing resemblance to Apple’s iPad Pro, thanks to the flat side edges, the size and basic shape of the screen, and even the button, speaker, and port placement. The hardware looks and feels great. Some might call them copycats, though they are clear upgrades to 2019’s Tab S6.

Unlike today’s phones, which rely on lots of glass, the bulk of the S7’s chassis is aluminum. The sides have a polished chrome-like look, while the metal rear panel is flat in both shape and finish. The materials are top-notch and fitted together perfectly. I’d call the smaller Galaxy Tab S7 compact and slim, as well as comfortable to tote around at 1.1lbs (500g). The 12.4-inch Tab S7 Plus is less easy to use (it feels huge), and is weighty to a small degree at 1.27lbs (575g).

Display Quality :

The 11- and 12.4-inch tablets use different base screen technologies. The Tab S7 relies on an LCD panel, while the bigger slate is gifted with a Super AMOLED screen. Both offer a 120Hz refresh rate for smooth operation. I found the screen of the Tab S7 to be bright and sharp. The LCD looked excellent and offered solid contrast when compared to the larger AMOLED display of the 12.4-inch model. Viewing angles were very, very good. The 16:10 aspect ratio strikes a nice balance between tablet- and laptop-friendly use. The display of the larger tablet is simply stunning in every way.

Performance :

There’s no questioning the performance of the Tab S7 and S7 Plus. With Qualcomm’s fastest available chip from 2020 onboard, the tablets are processing beasts. Samsung lent us the model with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. Even though we feel 6GB of RAM is the minimum needed for today’s top Android devices, we found it caused no performance issues here. We expect Samsung will opt for the newer Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 when it refreshes its Tab S line of tablets.

Camera Quality :

Let’s talk about the selfie camera first as that’s more important on a Tablet of this size. You get an 8MP shooter which sits on top of your screen while you hold it in landscape mode. This placement is pretty smart and convenient too. This also gives the feel of a laptop. The front camera is best suited for video calls and conferences. You also get a wide-angle mode on the front camera.

To the back, you get a dual-camera setup with a 13MP primary shooter tagged along with a 5MP wide-angle camera. The rear camera is average at best, as they tend to lose details as soon as you start zooming in. The colours are accurate but, they just lack details overall. If you are a person who captures from a tablet camera, you will have to settle with an average camera here. But, this shouldn’t be your primary usage or a deal-breaker. The front camera can record videos up to Full HD and the rear camera can go up to 4K @ 30fps.

Battery Life & Connectivity :

Samsung promises the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 Plus will deliver between 14 and 15 hours of battery life while watching video, and that’s what they delivered. I was only able to get the tablets to cycle through battery life a few times over the course of a week, but they always managed at least 14 hours — which outlasts the venerable iPad Pro by several hours.

Verdict :

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7 Plus are two of the highest-quality Android tablets you can buy. There’s no question that these slates are appealing as far as the hardware is concerned. With excellent craftsmanship, the metal chassis and stunning displays are something to lust over. Performance is best-in-class, and battery life is absolutely stellar. The cameras leave a bit to be desired, but that’s par for the course on a tablet. Samsung’s own apps look and function great on the Tab S7 and S7 Plus, but the majority of Android apps fall a bit on their face.

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3. Lenovo Tab P11 Pro

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro
Design 85%
Display 90%
Performance 85%
Camera 90%
Battery 90%

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Detail Overview :

In 2021, the tablet market is much the same as it has been for years now: stagnant. The iPad remains dominant as both the best-selling and best-known device family, while what space is left is contested hotly. Amazon, Samsung and Huawei are the main players here, each has a niche which it works to own – and here Lenovo enters to try its luck.

 

The opening gambit it has chosen is the Tab P11 Pro, which is positioned as a direct competitor to Samsung in particular. With a 2K OLED screen, four stereo-effect speakers and a large battery, it will certainly appeal to cinephiles, however it also has an ace up its sleeve.

Design & Build :

The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro is clearly intended for two very specific use cases. One is as a replacement TV, to be a sofa buddy during long winter evenings. Its shape, its aspect ratio and more conform to this – though not every aspect does.

A point which may rankle some is the absence of a 3.5mm headphone jack, as for a tablet intended to serve as a media companion it is an annoyance. Around the screen the bezels are pleasingly thin, though the included panel is large even for a tablet. Its footprint is small however, and so it feels elegant in the hand. This is complimented by the svelte nature of the device (5.8mm thick), so it should easily fit into a bag.

Display Quality :

As with any device, a tablet lives and dies by the quality of its display, but the question of use case is arguably more important than the ‘objective’ quality of the panel. This is certainly a display capable of hanging with the best from any metric. It is bright, sharp at 1600 x 2560, contrasty and color-accurate.

For movie watching, it is therefore a dream. HDR-compliant content is treated well by the infinite AMOLED blacks, where it is available. No matter the kind of content, whether action, documentary or otherwise, this is the kind of screen that makes the viewing experience come alive, to a degree.

Performance :

The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro does nothing to challenge that stereotype. The included Snapdragon 730G is perfectly capable of powering most experiences without a hitch, but quickly works up a sweat when a little more is asked of it. The included 6GB of RAM is enough to keep a few apps in memory without an issue, and the 128GB of storage should last most users at least a few years.

Camera Quality :

The question has been asked again and again: who takes photos on a tablet? Clearly, there is an audience, otherwise, rear cameras on tablets would have gone the way of the dinosaurs. The Lenovo Tab P11 Pro sports four snappers, two on the rear and two selfie cameras. No great claims are made for any of these, which is just as well given that they are all lacking in quality.

Detail, dynamic range, contrast, saturation, all the accouterments of a ‘nice’ photo are generally missing. The cameras here are for snapping a quick shot of a whiteboard or for document scanning, nothing more. This will not replace a dedicated camera on holiday. As might be expected, each camera struggles particularly in low light, offering little but a noisy mess. These conditions should therefore be avoided.

Battery Life & Connectivity :

Lenovo Tab P11 Pro uses an 8000mAh battery inside. With all sorts of things that can be done on the tablet, which is pretty much binge-watching Netflix and checking some emails and a 15-minute session of a Zoom video call, the Tab P11 Pro’s battery would get down by only 30 percent in a day. So the tablet’s battery will easily last you two days. You get a USB-C charger in the box, and it supports 20W output.

Verdict :

The Tab P11 Pro is a versatile device and its portability and compact form factor are unmatched. As I have pointed earlier, this tablet can do a lot of things right — editing and writing stories, watching movies, listening to podcasts, or reading news. It all depends on what you need a tablet for. I think the Tab P11 Pro is more accessible due to size, weight and price but it isn’t designed to serve a specific use case.

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