The best T-Mobile Android phones have been listed out to give you the lowdown on your potential options. Whether you are switching to Android or looking to upgrade, T-Mobile stocks up on devices that should fit the bill. Browse through the list and let us know which one of these contenders seems capable enough to become your mobile companion.
1 – Samsung Galaxy S III:
The newest kid on the block is yet to make its debut through most other major network carriers in the US and T-Mobile takes pride in being one of the only carriers to put the phone on sale. Available in shades of marble white and pebble blue, it can be picked up in variants of 16GB and 32GB storage capacities.
The Galaxy S III serves the sturdy Ice Cream Sandwich and gets steam from a 1.5GHz dual core processor as well as 2GB RAM. Powered by a 2,100mAh battery, it offers a multi-touch real estate of 4.8 inches in addition to an 8MP primary camera and a 1.9MP front-mounted imager.
Price: $279.99 (16GB)
2 – HTC One S:
Taking our roster further is the HTC One S that, unfortunately, doesn’t have its siblings, the One X and One V, for company at T-Mobile stores. This smartphone binges on the Ice Cream Sandwich platform tweaked with HTC Sense 4.0, and shows off a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED multi-touch display.
Fueled by the 1.5GHz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and 1GB RAM, the handset has been deployed with Beats Audio for improved sound rendering and HTC ImageChip as well as the ImageSense technology to reproduce high quality images using its 8MP rear-facing camera.
3 – Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G:
The Galaxy S Blaze 4G from Samsung is another smartphone that can be picked up for free if you are willing to sign on the dotted line for a two-year contract. This Gingerbread powered phone belongs to the elite Galaxy S family and employs the dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 chipset that clocks in a processing speed of 1.5GHz.
Its 4G network compatibility should ensure faster internet reception at all times. You can also expect a 5MP primary camera with video recording capability and a 1.3MP webcam for video calling purposes.
4 – HTC Amaze 4G:
As relatively fast network connectivity seems to be the most sought-after feature in smartphones, we have added this 4G enabled device to our queue. Equipped with a 1.5GHz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor and 1GB RAM, it runs the Android Gingerbread OS along with HTC Sense 3.0.
A 4.3-inch qHD Super LCD capacitive touchscreen and a 2MP snapper grace the front panel, while the flip side sports an 8MP camera with flash.
5 – LG Doubleplay:
If you like the idea of owning a device that flaunts dual touchscreens and a QWERTY keypad, you should consider laying your hands over the LG Doubleplay. A 1GHz processor takes care of the phone’s internal operation, while its intuitive interface can be attributed to the Gingerbread OS.
Its keypad, fitted with a 2-inch multi-touch display, slides out from behind the smartphone’s 3.5-inch touchscreen. Also included is a 5MP camera that boasts of possessing attributes like built-in flash and zoom.
6 – T-Mobile myTouch:
A smartphone meant for first time users, the T-Mobile myTouch from LG goes easy on your pocket, thanks to its modest price tag. Like most other Android devices mentioned above, it acquires multitasking properties from the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor while gorging on Gingerbread. The handset’s front panel is dominated by a 3.8-inch capacitive multi-touch display. Although it ships with 512MB RAM and 2GB flash memory, its storage can be expanded by up to 32GB using a microSD card. A 5MP still camera has been provided for shutterbugs, while a front-facing imager has been added for those who wish to engage in video conferencing.
7 – Samsung Exhibit 4G:
If entertainment on the move is what you seek from your handset, then the Samsung Exhibit 4G on our catalog might be a good option for you. This 4G enabled phone integrates a 1GHz processor under the hood and comes pre-installed with the Gingerbread platform.
A high resolution 3.7-inch touchscreen, a 3MP snapper and a front-mounted camera have been added to the mix, allowing you to not only capture images and videos, but also make video calls over the web.
8 – Samsung Gravity Smart:
The Korean manufacturer’s first Android device in the Gravity lineup, this handset is meant for all you heavy texters out there and is capable of running T-Mobile’s 3G network.
Besides a 3.2-inch touchscreen and a 3MP camera, the phone tags along a full QWERTY keypad and allows you to stay connected at all times through social networking websites. Its 1,500mAh battery can cough up the juice for about 9.3 hours at a stretch.
All T-Mobile loyalists on the lookout for a Google-certified device should peruse our compilation of the best T-Mobile Android phones before setting out to buy a phone provided by the FC Bayern Munich sponsor. Needless to say that all these devices require you to sign up for a two-year commitment as well as qualifying data plans. Do let us know which little green bot-powered smartphone will make its way into your pocket.