From foldable screens to 5G connectivity, phone companies are innovating and evolving faster than ever. While Apple’s iPhones and Samsung’s Galaxy line are at the top of many people’s wish lists, many other phone makers are trying to carve their own niche with excellent handsets of their own.
And all of this competition benefits T-Mobile customers, who now have tons of great handsets to choose from and in a wide range of prices. Keep reading to see our recommendations on the best T-Mobile phones available right now, and our tips on how to buy a new phone.
The iPhone 13 Pro is Apple’s best phone and it got a great score in our review. The new smartphone adds a third rear camera with 3x optical zoom (up from 2x on the iPhone 12), a stainless-steel body, and a promotion screen with refresh rates of up to 120Hz for smooth scrolling. Read our iPhone 13 Pro review.
As Samsung’s elite flagship phone for 2021, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra features a stunning 6.8-inch AMOLED display with an ultrasmooth 120Hz refresh rate that also supports Samsung’s S-Pen stylus, along with incredible zoom prowess An awesome rear camera and 5G connectivity for super speed. figures. It is powered by the top-end Qualcomm Snapdragon chip for amazing performance.
This is the best in mobile technology that Samsung has to offer, and it is the Android phone if you are willing to put cutting edge mobile phone technology in your pocket. Read our Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G review.
The unique design, great software additions, great camera quality and solid all-round performance of the Google Pixel 6 Pro have already given the phone an excellent rating in our full review. With a performance that’s as good as its design, it’s the best Google phone has ever made.
The main camera is on par with the best iPhones. And at $899 for the base 128GB model, it beats its premium phone rivals in price. Read our Google Pixel 6 Pro review.
The standard iPhone 13 is a reliable option for most people, with a 6.1-inch screen and two excellent rear cameras. For this model, Apple has promised longer battery life, better cameras, and better durability than the Apple iPhone 12.
What do you miss by not being a pro? Third rear camera with 3x optical zoom and promotion screen with up to 120Hz refresh rate for smooth scrolling. It’s not a cheap phone, but definitely a more affordable flagship pick than the Pro siblings. Read our iPhone 13 review.
While the OnePlus isn’t as famous as Apple or Samsung, the OnePlus 9 offers great performance at a relatively more affordable price than the rivals.
It’s 5G-capable, runs a powerful Qualcomm processor and has a good camera for the money. If the Galaxy S21 Ultra’s high prices are out of your reach then it’s a solid budget phone option. Read our OnePlus 9 review.
With a starting price of $599, Google’s Pixel 6 is the best Android phone you can get for money. In terms of design, power, features and performance, the Pixel 6 is a big step up from its predecessor, the Pixel 5.
Google’s latest and best offers better cameras, Android 12, and the company’s in-house Tensor chip. Read our Google Pixel 6 review.
With a new low starting price of $449, Google’s Pixel 5A is the best Pixel deal currently. Apart from its affordable price tag, the Pixel 5A offers a great camera that takes great pictures, a large screen size, and water-resistance.
This Pixel phone is a solid choice that’s capable of handling all of your everyday essentials, and with its 5G speeds, you won’t have to wait for your Netflix shows to buffer while you’re waiting for the bus. Read our Google Pixel 5A review.
If you are someone who prefers small, pocket-friendly devices, then this phone is for you. The 6.1-inch iPhone 13 mini is easy to use with one hand and fits even in tight jean pockets.
Starting at $699, it’s the cheapest model in Apple’s iPhone 13 lineup. While battery life isn’t as long as the iPhone 13, this smaller Apple iPhone doesn’t sacrifice on camera capabilities or processing power.
Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 3 is like a clamshell phone and has a sleek design. This smartphone is one of our favorite foldable phones.
It comes with a 120Hz refresh rate, an “aluminum armor” body, and a flexible build that makes it super-convenient for taking photos and recording videos. CNET’s Patrick Holland says it “could be the first foldable phone you’ll consider buying.” Read our Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 review.