Does native (i.e. unrooted, non-unlocked, non-jailsomehowbroken) Android (later versions of it) have a backup solution similar to iOS (what used to be called iTunes backup, whatever it's called now) ?
That is allowing to essentially "clone" the phone/tablet across to another physical device. i.e. one simply cannot tell the difference when opening the cloned device, everything is the same on it, without having to re-login to all cloud apps, reconfigure things etc.
And before you go "With Android, it depends on OEM" -- well, OEMs base their derivative OS on Android anyway, hence the question mentioning "native" Android solution.
Note: ADB is great but is NOT equivalent nor similar to iOS backup, where "everything" is backed up (including sensitive data like keychain and health data, when password-enabled encryption is on) and that same "everything" is restorable to another iOS device. And no, please do not start iOS vs Android war in comments or answers, it's not the purpose of the question. The purpose is to find the answer to the above question.