An Android Tablet device refers to an Android device implementation that is typically used by holding in both hands and not in a clamshell form-factor.
Android device implementations are classified as a Tablet if they meet all the following criteria:
Tablet device implementations have similar requirements to handheld device implementations. The exceptions are in indicated by and * in that section and noted for reference in this section.
Minimum Memory and Storage (Section 7.6.1)
The screen densities listed for small/normal screens in the handheld requirements are not applicable to tablets.
USB peripheral mode (Section 7.7.1)
If tablet device implementations include a USB port supporting peripheral mode, they:
Virtual Reality Mode (Section 7.9.1)
Virtual Reality High Performance (Section 7.9.2)
Virtual reality requirements are not applicable to tablets.