Yes, there are plenty of tablets available, but most are underpowered and underfeatured: small storage, slow CPUs, low-res screens, poor camera quality, etc. There are a few notable exceptions, such as the TAB S line Hook mentioned above. But most of the rest are mediocre products. You can search for "best Android tablets 2019" and it's amazing to find in a certain articlethat number 3 is a tablet running Android 6, with 4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage, 8MP main camera, and a 2K display on a 10" screen. Numbers 1 and 2 are from the S line, number 4 is from Google, with just 3GB RAM and 32GB storage (and no SD slot). The rest are equally unremarkable. If this is the best Android can offer, it's no wonder that the market share for Android tablets is shrinking compared to iOS. You can find articles and charts online detailing this trend.