The Best T-Mobile Android Phones – October 2018

Posted by William Sattelberg on October 17, 2018

We’re nearing the end of 2018, an all-around fantastic year for smartphones and technology in general. This year brought forth some real advancements in the world of smartphones, most notably with the advancement of longer, taller screens that allow users to take advantage of the size of their phones without growing too large. Design has continued to be as important of a feature as specs and cameras, and premium materials like glass and aluminum are now expected as the de facto base of a phone, rather than a feature to be paraded by the manufacturer or skirted around as a limitation of the device. Budget and mid-range phones have improved over time, with phones like the Moto G6 delivering premium experiences at less than half the price of the high-end competition. Basically, Android devices have gotten really good lately, and it’s tough to pick up a phone that isn’t an excellent device.

That said, with every phone being a solid offering for consumers, it’s more important than ever that every device a consumer purchases meets the standards expected by flagship devices. There are simply too many great devices on the market today to settle for one that merely qualifies as “good,” or even “adequate.” You don’t need to pay a lot to get a great phone, but you do need to make sure that you’re purchasing devices that meet your personal needs. Whether you’re looking for a gorgeous display, long-lasting battery life, incredible performance, or a great camera, there’s a phone for you. Unfortunately, it can be tough to find devices that manage to bring all of that to the table along with a solid software effort, but for the most part, phones in 2018 have finally begun to hit every asking point we have of them.

Now that all of the 2018 flagships have been launched and are readily available for the upcoming holiday season, it’s time to take a look at which phones you should purchase on T-Mobile. As one of the more consumer-friendly carriers available for use today, T-Mobile has a huge selection of fans and users that love the benefits of using the “Uncarrier.” T-Mobile allows you to bring your own GSM-capable unlocked device, grab Netflix as an included part of your monthly bill, and keeps their phone plans relatively cheap. If you’re looking to buy a new phone on or for T-Mobile this winter, here’s the definitive list of our favorite Android smartphones.


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