Top 10 Best AT&T Camera phones 2014
This page lists the best AT&T camera phones.
To be part of the best AT&T camera phones, a mobile phone must have:
- ...been given one of the highest average review star rating
- ...minimal specs requirements: high-megapixel camera, camera options, software, etc.
We think that our approach most accurately results in a list of the very best AT&T Camera phones, based on multiple expert and user evaluations, not just one.
#1. The Samsung Galaxy Note 4
Samsung“s S Pen-equipped sub-series moves forward with the Galaxy Note 4, a clear attempt at another premium seat for the Korean brand...What We Like:
- A 2.7GHz clock speed is considerably high, especially when running on four CPU cores
- The Quad HD display adds it to the short list of models that share the feature !]
- The Quad HD display adds it to the short list of models that share the feature [!especially when running on four CPU cores
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#2. The LG G3
Sitting among the royals of 2014 smartphones, the LG G3 is an Android 4.4 KitKat boasting an array of high-level features...What We Like:
- The 13-megapixel OIS camera, presumably for sharper and better-quality images/video captures
- The 2.5GHz 4-core chip that doubles up the speed of most mid-level Androids !]
- The 2.5GHz 4-core chip that doubles up the speed of most mid-level Androids [!which is among the highest capacities we have observed in the market
- The up-to-2TB memory expansion, which is among the highest capacities we have observed in the market
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#3. The iPhone 5s
The iPhone 5s brings its slew of innovations with a new kind of home button that includes a finger identity sensor and touch sensitivity, a better low-light camera (8 megapixels) and the capacity to display multiple languages and characters simultaneously...What We Like:
- The 64-bit A7 CPU should prove a great improvement.
- The new home button certainly sounds innovative
- We can only applaud to more low-light photography ability
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#4. The Samsung Galaxy S5 Active
Ruggedization meets the fifth-gen flagship smartphone from Samsung and gives us the Galaxy S5 Active...What We Like:
- The further ruggedization of Samsung“s front-liner
- which could make the model more convenient for outdoor use
#5. The Motorola Moto X
Running on a quad-core CPU (Andreo 320), the Moto X bets on its 10-megapixel camera and deep personalization features to seduce you...What We Like:
- The low-light ability of its 10-megapixel camera
- The low-power notification system
#6. The Samsung Galaxy Alpha
Samsung joins in on the octa-core sensation with the Galaxy Alpha“s two quad-core CPUs: Cortex-A15 (1.8GHz) and Cortex-A7 (1.3GHz)...What We Like:
- The metal frame might look and perform better than Samsung“s usual plastic shells
- The two quad-core processors that put Samsung on the octa-core scoreboard
#7. The Nokia Lumia 1520
Nokia“s Windows Phone 8 phablet offering seems to have a lot going for it: a quad-core 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, a 20-megapixel camera (with PureView technology and Carl Zeiss lenses), a 6-inch super-sensitive ClearBlack LCD display with 1920 x 1080 resolution, and a 3400mAh battery with a reported standby time of 768 hours or 32 days...What We Like:
- The 20-megapixel PureView camera with Carl Zeiss lenses
- The four microphones for stereo audio recording
- The quad-core 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 processor
#8. The Asus PadFone X
Another addition to Asus“ PadFone series, the PadFone X sports several features that back up its additional function as a 9-inch LTE tablet...What We Like:
- The versatility as a smartphone and a tablet, which might appeal to users who want a taste of both
- The wireless charging feature, saving you the trouble of getting caught up with cables
#9. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3
The newest Galaxy Note wins 0.2 inches of display size but loses weight, going from 180 to 168 grams...What We Like:
- A 13-megapixel camera fits our expectations for a 2013/2014 phablet
- A larger display in a more lightweight package sounds irresistible
- The quad-core 2.3 Ghz CPU looks like it speaks performance
#10. The Samsung Galaxy S5
The fifth generation of Samsung's flagship smartphone has a faster Quad-core processor (from 1.9 to 2.5Ghz) and a bigger camera (16 megapixels, compared to 13 for the S4)...What We Like:
- The 16-megapixel camera (with apparently fast auto-focus) is nothing to spit at
- The Ultra power-saving mode could be interesting
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