Sprint may be struggling to stay afloat in the competitive US market, but they do offer some great offers. If you have chosen Sprint as your carrier, you also have a great selection of devices, but which one is the best?
The answer to that question is never a straight one – we all have different preferences and priorities. This is why we are giving you a list of our favorite phones currently available on Sprint. You can narrow down your list of options and choose only between the best of the best.
Ready? Let’s check them out.
Of course, we can’t leave the Nexus 6 out of this list. Google’s new smartphones comes with everything you need for a good mobile experience. That is, given that you like (or don’t mind) having an extra large handset. Those who prefer a more compact device may want to skip to the next smartphone.
Specs include a massive 5.96-inch QHD (2560x1440p) display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 13MP/2MP cameras and a 3220 mAh battery. These specs should keep your device running very well, and for a pretty good amount of time.
Because this happens to be a Nexus device, you will also be content with the fact that updates will come in a timely fashion. And it comes with stock Android, meaning you won’t have to deal with gimmicky user interfaces and your experience will always be clean.
iPhone 6 (or iPhone 6 Plus)
There is no way around it. Whether we like it or not, the iPhone 6 continues to be among the most popular smartphones in the world, and for good reasons. The new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are great devices!
The iPhone 6 comes with a thinner profile, an improved design that meets all Apple expectations, great performance and a user interface that can be matched by none. The experience is simple and clean, and you can always count on a wide selection of apps and services at your disposal.
You have to like iOS, though. We know not everyone is fond of Apple’s operating system and ecosystem.
HTC One M8
The HTC One M8 is a little older than these devices, but the Taiwanese manufacturer’s flagship bar none one of the best devices of 2014. It’s able to break the norms of today’s fast pace technology clock by focusing more on quality from the get go.
I have to say it is true that HTC’s flagship devices age slowly. I have been using the HTC One M8 and haven’t looked back. Even after testing the more modern smartphones, I always go back to my lovely HTC One M8.
Specs include a 5-inch 1080p screen, a Snapdragon 800 processor, 2 GB of RAM and a 2600 mAh battery. The phone runs like a champ, but what I love most about it is its build quality and design. HTC has really set the standard on design with the One M7 and One M8. The metallic build looks gorgeous, and let me tell you it’s also very hard to damage it.
Samsung Galaxy Note Edge
Samsung is one of the most popular smartphone manufacturers, but I must admit I am not a huge fan of the Korean giant. I do love their new Samsung Galaxy note Edge, though. Not only is it a powerful and very capable smartphone, it is one of the most innovative handsets of the year.
The 5.6-inch QHD flexible display extends to the edge of the phone. This extra bit of screen offers very interesting capabilities. You can use it for shortcuts, as well as previewing other content.
It’s a very unique device, and it seems to be the biggest (literally) sensation among the geeks.
LG has done miracles with its G series, its flagship devices. These smartphones are gorgeous, feature-full and very unique. You may recognize them most for their novel button placement, which puts all hardware buttons on the back.
The LG G3 is a very powerful device, but it came with its downfalls (which Nicole is very outspoken about). Regardless, it continues to be among the best options in Sprint’s network. It was actually the first phone to come to the USA with a QHD screen, so you would also carry a bit of history in your pocket.