10 Best AT&T Phones

Best AT&T Phones

Today’s list of the best AT&T phones features contenders that have proved their worth in the extremely competitive mobile market. This service provider has a diverse set of devices which should strike a chord with you, no matter what you prefer. While you can choose from a wide range of Android smartphones, the carrier has a number of Windows Phone-based selections for those who are willing to adopt Microsoft’s OS. The last three generations of the iPhone are up for sale along with select BlackBerry alternatives. And if you are not interested in these high-end gadgets, you will definitely find a feature phone that best suits your needs just right. Have a look.

1 – HTC One X:

A huge touchscreen, an efficient camera, a powerful processor and an intuitive user interface are just some of the many sought-after features of the One X from HTC. The device offers a multi-touch real estate of 4.7 inches and runs the Ice Cream Sandwich platform garnished with the latest version of Sense.

Besides a 1.3MP webcam, it comes with an 8MP snapper complete with features like LED flash, 1080p HD video recording, built-in Movie Editor and more. The handset has also received Dr. Dre certification, so it keeps you entertained at all times.

Price: $99.99 (with a two-year contract)

2 – Samsung Galaxy S3:

Option 2

The next device to have found a place on our roundup is the Samsung Galaxy S3 that has taken the market by storm. It treats you to Ice Cream Sandwich and its US-bound variant acquires multitasking properties from a dual core processor to ensure compatibility with the carrier’s 4G LTE network speed.

A 4.8-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen and a 1.9MP webcam dominate the front panel, while an 8MP camera with LED flash lays claim on the rear side. Also, this is the only carrier as of now, to stock up on the garnet red S3.

Price: $199.99 (with a two-year contract)

3 – Apple iPhone 4S:

Option 3

If you do not want to lay your hands on the iPhone 5 (or whatever it will be called) which is supposedly being released this month, then you may consider the iPhone 4S as your potential option. The iOS 5-based device employs a dual core A5 chipset under the hood and boasts of the advanced voice recognition technology that goes by the name Siri.

It wears a 3.5-inch Retina display and lets you capture images and videos with the help of its 8MP rear camera. A front-mounted VGA webcam lets you make FaceTime calls. Needless to say, you can access the Apple App Store and browse through thousands of applications on this smartphone.

Price: 16GB – $199.99, 32GB – $299.99, 64GB – $399.99 (with a two-year contract)

4 – Nokia Lumia 900:

Option 4

Microsoft’s mobile platform has been adopted by a number of leading manufacturers, but Nokia’s Lumia handsets that operate with the help of this OS seem to be ruling the roost. The stylish device comes enclosed in a polycarbonate body, drenched in shades of cyan, magenta, black and white. It is compliant with 4G LTE network speeds and flaunts a 4.3-inch ClearBlack AMOLED touchscreen coated with Corning Gorilla Glass.

Loaded with a number of Nokia applications and Internet Explorer 9, the handset is equipped with an 8MP snapper and happens to be the only Lumia phone with a front camera.

Price: $49.99 (with a two-year contract)

5 – HTC Titan II:

Option 5

Apart from the aforementioned Lumia phone, we have a couple of other Windows Phone devices on our queue and one of them is the Titan II from HTC. This HSPA+ and 4G LTE-certified smartphone dons a 4.7-inch WVGA Super LCD display of 480 x 800p resolution and takes pride in being the only WP device to have been bestowed with a 16MP camera.

You can also expect a 1.3MP front imager that will let you engage in video conferencing over the web. A 1730mAh battery coughs up the juice for about 4.3 hours in a single charge.

Price: $199.99 (with a two-year contract)

6 – BlackBerry Bold 9900:

Option 6

Professionals who are on the lookout for a business smartphone may want to know about the BlackBerry Bold 9900. The device offers most of the common BlackBerry features including BBM, push email and a physical QWERTY keypad. Additionally, it has been outfitted with a 2.8-inch multi-touch display.

So, you can type conveniently on the move and make use of the touchscreen to ensure smooth navigation as well as fast internet browsing. You can even take advantage of its 5MP rear camera to capture memories in the form of pictures and videos.

Price: $199.99 (with a two-year contract)

7 – Sony Xperia ion:

Option 7

The Sony Xperia ion from the NXT series has all the latest features that you may want in your phone. The Gingerbread device is also expected to receive an Ice Cream Sandwich update very soon. Fueled by a dual core Snapdragon S3 processor, the device has been fitted with a 4.6-inch HD Reality display powered by the Mobile Bravia Engine.

The 4G LTE-enabled handset permits you to capture high resolution videos and images using its 12.1MP camera and engage in video conferencing with a little assistance from the 1MP front imager. It draws power from a 1900mAh battery to provide uninterrupted talk time of about 10 hours.

Price: $99.99 (with a two-year contract)

8 – Samsung Focus 2:

Option 8

While the network provider in question stocks up on a various Focus devices manufactured by Samsung, the Focus 2 Windows Phone-based smartphone deserves a mention in our queue. A 4-inch Super AMOLED display and a front-facing webcam greet you on the front panel, while the flip side houses a 5MP auto focus camera with LED flash.

It gains steam from a 1.4GHz Qualcomm processor and has the ability to run the carrier’s 4G LTE network speed. The device also takes care of your on-the-go entertainment and extends support to multiple audio as well as video formats.

Price: $49.99 (with a two-year contract)

9 – Motorola Atrix HD:

Option 9

And the last Android device on our catalog is the Atrix HD which belongs to the Atrix range from Motorola. The splash-resistant phone features a Kevlar coating and its 4.5-inch HD ColorBoost multi-touch display is reinforced with Corning Gorilla Glass, making it capable of withstanding scratches.

A 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor teams up with 1GB of RAM, allowing you to launch multiple applications at the same time. Additionally, it has been fitted with an 8MP camera possessing attributes like auto focus, LED flash and 1080p HD video recording.

Price: $99.99 (with a two-year contract)

10 – Pantech Pursuit II:

Option 10

It doesn’t matter if you just couldn’t care less about a smartphone. We have a basic handset that knows how to handle your mobile requirements. A 2.8-inch touchscreen is accompanied by a slider QWERTY keypad and a 2MP camera that rests on the back panel.

Just like any other smartphone, the Pursuit II lets you surf the web and check emails on the move. Available in shades of pink and green, it incorporates a 1000mAh battery for talk time of up to 3 hours and an expansion slot for a microSD card of up to 32GB.

Price: $29.99 (with a two-year contract)

Conclusion:

With that we wind up our compilation of the best AT&T phones. As we’ve taken into consideration most of the common operating systems, it is sure to have a smartphone that you’d like to go with. Hopefully, we have helped you with the task of picking out the kind of device you wanted. Do let us know about the one you prefer.