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The Galaxy S21 Ultra is the best phone at T-Mobile

T-Mobile has a solid lineup of phones at various price points, ranging from the top of the line down to affordable entry-level devices that you might not even need to finance monthly. Of course, Samsung makes some of the best T-Mobile phones, some even getting the new Android 12 update, but it's far from your only option. Here's are some of our top choices for you to consider.

Best overall

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 128GB

Staff Pick

The Galaxy S21 Ultra pretty much does it all. It has the latest and greatest specs, 5G support, an industry-leading curved display, amazing rear cameras that let you get a closer or wider shot at the touch of a button, and up to 100x zoom. The massive 6.8-inch display even supports a variable refresh rate of up to 120Hz. Best of all, it even supports Samsung's S Pen for precise, pressure-sensitive input.

$50/mo. at T-Mobile

Affordable alternative

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 128GB

Even though Samsung now offers a cheaper S21 model, the Galaxy S20 FE is still a great option for people who value features like microSD expandability. With regular sales, you can pick up the S20 FE for half the price of the S21 Ultra and get a largely similar experience with great cameras, a Snapdragon 865 processor, all-day battery life, and a variety of fun colors to choose from.

$30/mo. at T-Mobile

Best foldable

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 256GB

The Z Fold 3 from Samsung is a cool phone with a 6.2-inch outer screen and a folding 7.6-inch inner display. Both displays are silky smooth 120Hz AMOLED displays with great colors and blacks. This phone also supports 5G, including mmWave, to make the most of the T-Mobile network. Samsung has also managed to make this phone water-resistant with an IPX8 rating, so you don't need to worry about your phone if it starts to rain.

$50/mo. at T-Mobile

OxygenOS

OnePlus 9 Pro 256GB

The OnePlus 9 Pro may not be the incredible deal some of its predecessors were, but it's still a mighty flagship at a fairly reasonable price. You get a huge 120Hz display with 65W fast charging, 50W wireless charging, a 5G-capable Snapdragon 888 processor, and water resistance — not to mention the ultra-clean OxygenOS software, complete with Android 11 running out of the box.

$45/mo. at T-Mobile

Compact folder

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 128GB

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 takes the folding phone idea in a different direction making it one of the most compact, pocket-friendly Android phones ever. This model has a small but useful 1.9-inch display on the outside, with the internal display reaching 6.7 inches. It also comes with IPX8 water resistance to give you a bit more peace of mind in the rain. If you're looking for a great compact device, this is a beautiful choice.

$42/mo. at T-Mobile

Extra cheap

Motorola One 5G Ace 128GB

The Motorola One 5G Ace is all about value. With a sizeable 5,000mAh battery, it boasts up to two days of battery life in one charge. It offers modern appointments like a nearly bezel-less display, triple cameras, and a 20:9 aspect ratio. You get fairly modern software, and with Android 10, you can always expand the 128GB of internal storage with a microSD card.

$11/mo. at T-Mobile

You have plenty of options at T-Mobile

Whether you're shopping for one of the best Android phones on the market or seeking a great deal on a more straightforward phone, T-Mobile has plenty of great options to pick from. If you want an ultra-powerful phone that does just about everything well, it's hard to go wrong with the Galaxy S21 Ultra. You'll get incredibly powerful cameras, one of the best displays money can buy, 5G data speeds, and blisteringly fast performance.

If you want the same sort of experience without the four-figure price tag, though, the Galaxy S20 FE is still a terrific option. You'll get the same all-day battery life, great cameras that can range from 0.5x ultra-wide up to a 30x zoom, a flat 1080p display clocked at 120Hz, and the same One UI software that absolutely flies thanks to its powerful specs.

With the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Samsung just about perfected the folding phone design. It comes with a massive 7.6-inch inner display that works with an S Pen for precision inputs or just a quick note. Even closed, you get a 6.2-inch screen that's good enough to use with any app. The Z Fold 3 also comes with Samsung's solid construction, including water resistance, impressive for something with such a complex hinge.



Source: androidcentral

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