The tile of thinnest Tablet currently sits with the Dell Venue 8 7000 Android Tablet which comes in at a very impressive 6 Millimeters thin if you can believe that and has one of the most impressive screens that can be found on a tablet right now. Which is a 8.4″ OLED infinity display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 which is essentially 2K. What this means in the real world is a screen that is incredibly sharp and produces incredibly deep colors.
How thin is this Tablet really?
You might be thinking that being only 6mm thin this was only in comparison to other Android Tablets but the Dell Venue 8 7000 is also thinner than the iPad Mini and any other Tablet that currently exists, to take things even further this Tablet is thinner than even the iPhone.
Design and Layout
The body is also constructed from all metal and right around the tablet are thin bezels except at the base being a little wide which is to accommodate the front speaker which produces great audio for a tablet. There is a front facing camera, volume up and down button along with power at the side and a MicroSD card slot at the left. To the base is a headphone jack and a charge port.
Inside is an Intel Atom processor Z3580 with up to 2.3GHz which is a four core or quad Core processor and a 8 mega pixel camera in the back of which there are two.With the two camera the Tablet can pick up dimensions and can be used to measure distances and adjust focus after taking a picture.
Right out of the box this Tablet is running Android 4.4 KitKat and newer models as of late been upgraded to running 5.0.1 Lollipop from the factory, the interface is nice and clean and the tablets overall performance is snappy and quick. You can easily swipe from the top of the screen to get the pull down bar with quick toggles on one side and notification on the other corner of the screen.
The screen is great for reading due to the high pixels per inch of the screen.Overall this tablet is really lightweight and feels great in the hand but you may want to pick up a case for added protection.