top The 10 Best Metro PCS Android Smartphones August 2016

Top-Rated Metro PCS Android phones As Of August 2016



Android phones are direct competitors of the iPhone, offering the same kind of experience with tons of apps and a large and multi-touch touch-screen. Contrary to the iPhone, however, Android smartphones rely on an open-source operating system and can be manufactured by various manufacturers and you'll see Motorola Android phones, Samsung and a lot of HTC Android smartphones, to name a few. This list computes the best Metro PCS Android phones based on multiple reviews.

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#1. The Samsung Galaxy S6

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Analysis:

Not having the dual-edged screen (+) might be a minor con against its Edge sibling, but the Samsung Galaxy S6 still comes with a premium-class array of pros and cons... (more)

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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#2. The Samsung Galaxy S7

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Analysis:

Just like LG's MWC 2016 G5 flagship, Samsung's Galaxy S7 runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 2.1GHz + 1.6GHz quad-core processor (+) (for US and most western markets) with 4G of LPDDR4 RAM (+), though they did not come without a couple of minor cons... (more)

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#3. The HTC Desire 626s

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Entering the market with a bunch of desirable features for a mass-tier smartphone, the Lollipop + HTC Sense 7 Desire 626s is shaping up to be a nice match for first time Android users... (more)

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#4. The LG K7 3G

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Analysis:

One of two initial K-series models from LG during the CES 2016, the K7's specs include a basic quad-core CPU clocked at 1.3GHz (-) and an 854 x 480 FWVGA (-) 5-inch screen... (more)

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#5. The ZTE Obsidian

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Analysis:

Rightfully named after a dark volcanic rock, the ZTE Obsidian is not a very bright Android 5.1 Lollipop (+) smartphone... (more)

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#6. The LG Leon

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Analysis:

Suffering from a VGA frontal camera (-) (yes, VGA cams apparently still exist) that sits above its 4.5-inch FWVGA display (-), the conventionally flat LG Leon falls a rank below its curved Magna and Spirit siblings... (more)

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#7. The Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime

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Analysis:

Its Grand name might be a bit too ambitious, as the Galaxy Grand Prime runs on pretty typical mid-range hardware: 1.2GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 2600mAh battery... (more)

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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#8. The Kyocera Hydro Wave

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Analysis:

Instead of catching recent budget Android waves, the Kyocera Hydro Wave keeps the hardware side of its pros and cons moderate, rocking a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, a 1GB RAM (-), and an 8GB memory... (more)

What We Like:

  • Being able to go back to a feature phone interface (via Core Home) might be a big help for first time Android users
  • Water- and dust-proofing are recurring themes among many Kyocera models

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#9. The LG G4 Stylus

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Analysis:

Unlike the LG G4, which safely lands on high-end pros-and-cons territory, the pen-equipped (+) G4 Stylus offers note-style usability from a mid-level shelf... (more)

What We Like:

  • Its 3000mAh battery capacity is a nice mismatch for its low-key hardware
  • The Stylus accessory likely comes in handy for quick sketches and navigation

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#10. The Samsung Galaxy Core Prime

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Analysis:

The 4.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Core Prime is an Android geared towards users shopping on a tight budget, though its core pros do include LTE connectivity (+), making it a rather cheap ticket into 4G networks... (more)

What We Like:

    The Ultra Power Saving Mode might come in handy during travels or outdoor events

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