There are currently so many brands on the market who offer Android based tablets. They all are heavily competing with Apple’s iPad and much more now since Apple released the new iPad Mini (4th Generation). When we look back, it was Samsung who started off first to compete Apple’s famous iPad with an own Android tablet device; the Samsung Galaxy Tab was born.
The first Android Version 2.2 Froyo was not fully compatible with the screen sizes and display resolutions of the Android Galaxy Tab, but Samsung invested a lot of effort and costs on adjusting Android and to make it fit on the bigger screen using their own custom applications to maintain Contacts, Calendar, Browser, Music Player and co. Later on, Google released 3 different versions of Android. All had been improved and were fully compatible with various tablet form factors and different screen resolutions and display sizes. These are the versions from Codename Honeycomb (Version 3.0) to JellyBean (Version 4.1). But how does Asus now fit into this story? Our friends from TechCrates.com have the answer. Read why Asus is the new king of Android Tablet market.