Top-Rated T-Mobile Camera phones As Of July 2015



This page lists the best T-Mobile camera cell phones.

Methodology
To be part of the best T-Mobile camera phones, phones must have:

  • ...been given one of the top average review score
  • ...above-average camera requirements: high-resolution camera, camera options, software, etc.

We think that our approach most accurately returns the absolute best T-Mobile Camera phones, based on multiple expert and user evaluations, not just a single one.

#1. The Samsung Galaxy S6

A picture of the Samsung Galaxy S6.
Average Rating:
87%


Overview:

The Galaxy S6 is a 5.1-inch Quad HD octa-core flagship from Samsung whose main perks include Samsung Pay, built-in wireless charging, and UFS 2.0 memory

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 S6 Edge

A picture of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
Average Rating:
85%


Overview:

The Galaxy S6 Edge is an exact twin of Samsung's 64-bit octa-core wireless-charging-equipped Galaxy S6, but with the dual curved edge design on its 5.1-inch Quad HD Gorilla Glass 4 screen

What We Like:

  • Being able to pay for transactions with your phone !] sounds quite handy
  • Being able to pay for transactions with your phone [!Its dual curved Gorilla Glass 4 screen makes it stand out among premium Androids in terms of design
  • Its dual curved Gorilla Glass 4 screen makes it stand out among premium Androids in terms of design
  • Merging the eMMC and SSD memory types into its UFS 2.0 storage is a step forward for smartphones in general

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#3. The LG G4

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Average Rating:
84%


Overview:

The G4 is the first Android (v5.1 Lollipop) from LG to sport a 5.5-inch Quad HD IPS Quantum screen, also offering a 1.8GHz hexa-core processor, a 3GB RAM, and a 2TB external memory support

What We Like:

  • Its 2TB microSD support outstrips even the built-in memories of most mid-range laptops
  • Its 5.1 Lollipop OS is the latest version of Android available as of its release
  • Its Brown and Black leather options are rather classy finishes
  • With its IPS Quantum screen, the G4 potentially enables more vivid visuals compared to older LG flagships

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#4. The HTC One M9

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Average Rating:
84.3%


Overview:

The One M9 is the sequel to HTC's One M8 flagship, rocking a Snapdragon 810 64-bit octa-core processor, a 20-megapixel 4K sapphire-covered camera, and an HTC BoomSound audio system optimized with Dolby's 5.1 Digital Surround Sound

What We Like:

  • Its 20-megapixel 4K main camera is one of the most capable sensors offered by HTC's flagship Android roster
  • The HTC Dot View Smart Case 2.0 is obviously more intuitive compared to its predecessor
  • The One M9 is the first model from HTC to offer the seventh edition of their signature Sense UI

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#5. The LG G3

LG G3 picture.
Average Rating:
87.8%


Overview:

The G3 is a premium 5.5-inch (Quad HD) Android smartphone boasting an up-to-2TB memory expansion with a 13-megapixel OIS camera

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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#6. The LG G2

Photo of the LG G2.
Average Rating:
86.1%


Overview:

The G2 is a quad-core 13-megapixel camera smartphone with buttons on the back cover

What We Like:

  • 60 frames per second videos will be smooth -- but isnīt it just too much?
  • The 13-megapixel with its various add-on functions
  • The backside buttons actually seem to make one-handed operation easier

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#7. The iPhone 5s

iPhone 5s picture.
Average Rating:
83.6%


Overview:

The 5s is a whole new iPhone with a 64-bit architecture and a new built-in finger-based identity detector.

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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#8. The Motorola Nexus 6

Motorola Nexus 6 picture.
Average Rating:
78%


Overview:

The Nexus 6 is the first Android Lollipop model from Motorola, clocking in at 2.7GHz on four CPU cores, with a 3220mAh battery equipped with Qi wireless charging and a turbo charger

What We Like:

  • Being the first in the industry to have Android Lollipop preintegrated might boost its buyer interest
  • Its 2.7GHz clock speed is among the highest we have seen on premium smartphone

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#9. The Nokia Lumia 520

Nokia Lumia 520 picture.
Average Rating:
76.3%


Overview:

Windows smartphone with a dual-core CPU and an ultra-sensitive 4-inch touch display.

Key features:

  • 5-megapixel camera
  • 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8227 Dual-core CPU
  • 4.0-inch TFT display
  • Special features: Accelerometer, Brightness Control, Proximity Sensor, Remote Wipe, Video Sharing

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