top The 10 Best Cricket Phones June 2016

Top 10 Best Cricket Cell Phones 2016



Until our next update, the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and Samsung Galaxy S6 are our selection for best Cricket Cell. The first one is a (a) 4K-video 12-megapixel (iSight) smartphone, the second one a 4K smartphone and the third one, a rugged smartphone. Cricket is well-known as a local wireless network with unlimited calling plans

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#1. iPhone 6S

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The 2015 edition of Apple's yearly September event introduced the iPhone 6S (alongside the 6S Plus), a slightly-thicker (7.1mm) 4.7-inch follow-up to the iPhone 6 that welcomes the 3D Touch pressure-sensing technology previously offered by other Apple products to the brand's smartphone lineup...

What We Like:

  • As of its release, fingerprint authentication is all the rage among premium-class smartphones
  • Its 3D Touch technology is an ultra-high-end spec if we've ever seen one
  • Its Live Photos option, which animates completely-still captures, is quite an interesting mechanism
  • Many users might be glad to know that Apple finally bids goodbye to the 8-megapixel camera via the 6S's 12-megapixel 4K main cam

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#2. iPhone 6S Plus

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The 2015 iPhone 6S Plus takes after its predecessor (iPhone 6 Plus) in terms of its 5.5-inch screen, though this time, the 3D Touch technology, which enables new touch gestures based on the pressure applied, is at the ready...

What We Like:

  • Apple diehards will surely love the 4K video technology finally coming to the iPhone
  • As of its September 2015 unveiling, the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are among only a few models that boast pressure-sensitive screens
  • Its Live Photos feature is a chic amalgam of still photos, GIFs, and videos
  • Its fingerprint-based TouchID is one of the most secure phone-unlocking mechanisms on the market

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#3. Samsung Galaxy S6

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The MWC 2015 marks Samsung's unveiling of their 6th Galaxy-S flagship, which lists several innovations under the Korean brand's belt...

What We Like:

  • Being able to function without NFC might make Samsung Pay better than Apple's version, if Samsung's word holds true
  • Corning's Gorilla Glass 4 anti-scratch technology debuts with this device
  • Its inbuilt wireless charging capability is the first of its kind
  • Its relatively small 14nm 64-bit CPU chip might translate to a smoother performance compared to previous Samsung flagships

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#4. Samsung Galaxy S7

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Samsung built around the premium-tier specs of the Galaxy S6 for its MWC 2016 Galaxy S7, a 5.1-inch Quad HD always-on-screen flagship equipped with the 14nm Snapdragon 820 64-bit quad-core (2.1GHz + 1.6GHz) processor, a 4GB LPDDR4 RAM, and a 64GB UFS 2.0 memory with an up-to-200GB top-up memory support...

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#5. Microsoft Lumia 640

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Microsoft's MWC 2015 smartphone pitch is the mid-range Lumia 640 and 640 XL, the former being a 5-inch HD Windows model that comes fully integrated with Skype and the Cortana personal voice assistant...

What We Like:

  • The Cortana personal assistant is a selling point unique to Lumia smartphones
  • The Windows Phone OS 10 is a rather fresh spec for Microsoft's smartphone roster

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#6. HTC Desire 626s

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HTC's 5-inch HD Desire 626s is loaded with a bunch of low-end features, with the exception of a 2TB microSD support and dual-toned case color options...

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#7. HTC One ME

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Aiming to aid the One M9 in reeling in more HTC fans, the 5.2-inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) HTC One ME boasts a 2.2GHz MediaTek Helio X10 processor, a 20-megapixel 4K rear camera, as well as a combination of BoomSound and Dolby audio enhancements...

What We Like:

  • 20 megapixels on a back camera is one of HTC's highest resolutions yet
  • MediaTek's Helios X10 (2.2GHz, octa-core) is a close alternative to Qualcomm's eight-core processors
  • The Dolby Audio and BoomSound technologies complement its dual speakers nicely

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#8. iPhone 5s

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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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#9. ZTE Grand X2

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Though not exactly a grand 2015 Android, the ZTE Grand X2's specs are a level higher than entry-level classifications...

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#10. Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime

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The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime is a dual-SIM Android that runs on mid-range hardware (1.2GHz, quad-core with 1GB RAM), but sports pretty decent cameras...

What We Like:

  • 5 megapixels on a selfie camera is quite interesting
  • considering that many similarly-priced models stay under 3 megapixels

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