AT&T is one of the most popular carriers in the United States, and to not much surprise, this means it sells a plethora of excellent Android phones to help give customers as much choice as possible when shopping for their next handset. If you’re a little overwhelmed by all of the choices and want some help determining which AT&T phone is the best for you, you’ve come to the right place.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Need a powerful Android phone that can do it all? The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is for you. It’s got a huge 6.4-inch AMOLED display that’s a joy for watching movies, browsing the web, and playing games. You also get the S Pen included for free — a stylus that can be used for taking notes, drawing, acting as a camera shutter button, and so much more.
Five camera beast
For big phone lovers that want an alternative to the Note 9, the LG V40 is another great pick. While it doesn’t have a stylus, it does have a 6.4-inch OLED screen that looks fantastic, Qualcomm’s super-fast Snapdragon 845 processor, and a total of five cameras — three on the back and two around front. The V40 rounds this out with a high-quality 3.5mm headphone jack an insanely loud external speaker.
Great in every way
Samsung Galaxy S9+
If you love the Note 9’s display, fast processing speeds, cameras, and design but don’t care about the S Pen, the Galaxy S9+ is perfect. It has dual cameras and a large screen that’s downright stunning with a price that that’ll save you a few bucks each month (or nearly $100 at once if you prefer buying your phones outright).
LG Stylo 4+
Our first budget phone on the list is the LG Stylo 4+. The Stylo 4+ is one of our favorite affordable phones, offering a Galaxy Note-like experience with its included stylus but selling for a lot less money. In addition to its stylus, some other highlights for the Stylo 4+ include a 6.2-inch Full HD screen, fingerprint sensor, and dust/water resistance.
Ultimate gaming phone
Razer Phone 2
Whether you play a lot of games, watch a ton of movies, or are always listening to music, the Razer Phone 2 is the ultimate phone for consuming all kinds of media. Its 120Hz display is smoother and more buttery than anything else on the market, its Snapdragon 845 processor rips through everything you throw at it, and the RGB Razer logo on the back is endless amounts of fun.
Samsung Galaxy A6
Last but certainly not least, our second budget pick takes the form of the Galaxy A6. The A6 offers a 5.6-inch AMOLED display that looks way better than you’d expect at this price point, expandable memory up to 256GB, and a selfie camera with its own LED flash system. There’s also a fingerprint sensor, 3.5mm headphone jack, and support for Samsung Pay.
If you’re still undecided about which phone to get, we recommend grabbing the Samsung Galaxy S9+. It offers the vast majority of features you’ll find on the more expensive Galaxy Note 9 while also being presented in a slightly more manageable size with a lower monthly cost. The LG V40 is another great option if you want great flexibility with your photography and access to a high-quality headphone jack, and for folks that are looking to spend as little as possible, both the LG Stylo 4+ and Samsung Galaxy A6 punch above their low price tags.
January 2, 2019 at 06:44AM