Google quietly killed its Android tablet web page

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    View the original article: https://www.engadget.com/2018/06/02/google-killed-android-tablet-section/

    Does this mean Google is giving up on Android tablets to focus more on its other devices, like Chromebooks? We asked the big G what its official reason is, and we’re still waiting to hear back. But it’s no secret that iPads still dominate the field even though some Android tablet models, like Samsung’s and Amazon’s devices, aren’t doing that bad. As TechCrunch noted, if Google truly is no longer selling tablets, then that could delay the development of features for the category, leaving them underpowered compared to Android phones.

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