Google has updated the official Android website, and the ‘Tablets’ section is gone. So now there are only five sections on the home page, including Phones, Wear, TV, Auto, and Enterprise.
Any attempt to access the ‘Tablets’ page (http://www.android.com/tablets/) now results in redirection to the home page of the website.
So it’s quite evident now that the company is done with tablets. And that shouldn’t be surprising as users have been losing interest in tablets. According to a recent report, the tablets market touched a new low last quarter, with only only 33 million units shipped. That’s a 28.2% fall on quarterly basis and 14.9% YoY.
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