Best T-Mobile Camera phones April 2016



ᄊ--This list shows the best T-Mobile camera phones.

Methodology
To be featured as one of the best T-Mobile camera phones, a mobile phone must have:

  • ...been awarded one of the highest average review star rating
  • ...above-average camera hardware: high-megapixel camera, special camera options and more.

We are confident that our technique returns the very best T-Mobile Camera phones, based on multiple expert ratings, not just one.ᄊᄊᄊHere is our selection of the best T-Mobile camera phones, chosen for their specific camera features and their higher review rating.ᄊᄊᄊWe base our best T-Mobile camera phone list on two criteria: How good are their camera specifications and how good they ranked in various web-wide reviews.ᄊᄊᄊWe base our best T-Mobile camera phone list on two criteria: How good are their camera specifications and how good they ranked in various web-wide reviews.

Also check out our interview with a camera expert about how to choose a great camera phone.ᄊᄊᄊWe base our best T-Mobile camera phone list on two criteria: How good are their camera specifications and how good they ranked in various web-wide reviews.

Also check out our interview with a camera expert about how to choose a great camera phone.--ᄊ

#1. iPhone 6S (Apple A1633)

Photo of the iPhone 6S.
Average Rating:
90%



Overview:

The 6S is an upgraded version of Apple's iPhone 6 that slaps a pressure-sensitive (3D Touch) display technology, a 64-bit A9 processor, and a 12-megapixel sapphire-lens 4K camera onto its ultra-high-end profile

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 (iPhone 6S+)

A picture of the iPhone 6S Plus.
Average Rating:
87.5%



Overview:

The 6S Plus is the S-upgrade to Apple's 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus, greeting users with an ultra-high-end 3D Touch pressure-sensitive Retina screen, a 4K-capable 12-megapixel camera, and version 2 of the brand's fingerprint-based TouchID

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 Edge (Samsung GS6 Edge)

A picture of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
Average Rating:
88.2%



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 (Samsung Pay) sounds quite handy
  • 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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#4. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus (Samsung Galaxy S6 Plus Edge)

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus picture.
Average Rating:
87.5%



Overview:

The Galaxy S6 Edge Plus is a 5.7-inch version of Samsung's S6 Edge that retains its dual-edge Super AMOLED screen architecture, while offering a 16-megapixel UHD camera, an octa-core CPU, and 4GB of RAM

What We Like:

  • Adding fingerprint authentication to the Samsung Pay app obviously makes it more secure
  • As of its release, the S6 Edge Plus is one of only two models sporting dual-curved-edge displays
  • Its 16-megapixel 4K VDIS camera is one of the most advanced cameras on the market
  • Not many upscale Androids have Gorilla Glass 4 protection on both their front (screen) and back ends

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#5. Samsung Galaxy S6 (Samsung S6 Galaxy)

Photo of the Samsung Galaxy S6.
Average Rating:
84.8%



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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#6. Samsung Galaxy Note5 (Samsung Note5 Galaxy)

Samsung Galaxy Note5 picture.
Average Rating:
82.7%



Overview:

The Galaxy Note5 is an upmarket update to Samsung's S-Pen-equipped Galaxy Note family that offers an up-to-128GB UFS memory, an octa-core 64-bit CPU, and a 5.7-inch Quad HD (2160p) display

What We Like:

  • It is one of the earliest smartphones to offer Bluetooth v4.2
  • Its 4GB RAM adds it to the rather short list of smartphones that share the spec
  • Mixing the eMMC and SSD memory types (Universal Flash Storage) is an innovative feature introduced by the S6 models
  • The Video Digital Imaging Stabilization feature fittingly matches its high-end 16-megapixel rear sensor

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#7. LG V10

A picture of the LG V10.
Average Rating:
80%



Overview:

The V10 is the LG flagship that introduced the brand's Second Screen technology (2.1-inch IPS Quantum), dual frontal camera setup (5-megapixel), and Dura Guard as well as Dura Skin protection

What We Like:

  • 2TB's worth of memory outstrips the capacity of most modern-day personal computers
  • Before the V10's dual-lens 5-megapixel selfie cam, we have only seen the dual camera setup on primary rear cameras
  • Having a small quick-access display on top of its premium 5.7-inch QHD IPS Quantum screen is quite a promising facet
  • The MIL-STD-810G-certified shock-proof Dura Guard frame is nice to have on a phone with its level of technology

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#8. BlackBerry PRIV (BlackBerry STV100-1)

A picture of the BlackBerry PRIV.
Average Rating:
74.3%



Overview:

The PRIV is the first Android-run phone from BlackBerry, accompanying a 5.4-inch Quad HD curved-edge screen with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and the privacy-inclined DTEK application

What We Like:

  • BB enters the premium space in terms of imaging with the PRIV's 18-megapixel 4K PDAF camera
  • Having an app suite dedicated to privacy and phone management (DTEK) sounds quite handy
  • The combination of its ultra-high-end 5.4-inch Gorilla Glass 4 screen (arced edges) and a slide-out keyboard adds a BB signature to its offering

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#9. HTC One M9 (HTC M9 One)

Photo of the HTC One M9.
Average Rating:
82.5%



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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#10. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (Samsung SM-N910S)

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 picture.
Average Rating:
86.7%



Overview:

The Galaxy Note 4 is a 5.7-inch premium-class Android from Samsung, boasting a 2.7GHz quad-core processor, a Quad HD display (515ppi) and an array of functions built around its S Pen component

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 (as of its release)

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