If you're interested in Metro PCS's subscription plans, you should probably know that the phones they carry are mostly entry-level (texting phones) to mid-range smartphones (mostly operating on Android OS). But then, high-end and popular doesn't always translate to the best, does it? You just might be surprised.
Here's our verdict on the best Metro PCS phones, according to a scientific compilation and averaging of their online review scores.
* To compare some of these phones, just select the compare box under the picture and click compare at the bottom of the list.
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...Key features:
Question #1: Should it be a smartphone or not?
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...Key features:
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...Key features:
Coolpad's 2016 Catalyst, initially carried by T-Mobile, is a basic 5-inch FWVGA Android whose specifications include a 1.1GHz quad-core CPU with 1GB of RAM, Emergency Alerts, and preloaded anti-theft functions...Key features:
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