Top 10 Best Tracfone Cell Phones 2017

Two phones stand at the top of our best Tracfone phones 2017 right now: LG's Rebel LTE (a smartphone running Android 5.1.1 Lollipop on a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8909 CPU) and the iPhone 6S (a (a) 4K-video 12-megapixel (iSight) smartphone). Further down the list, you will find other good phones offered by Tracfone (a low-cost prepaid carrier offering very basic phones), such as a Android smartphone by LG (the LG Power) and the ZTE Cymbal-T, a flip smartphone.


#1. LG’s Rebel LTE
Average Rating: (85%)

The Rebel LTE is a low-end, but 4G-LTE-ready 4.5-inch smartphone armed with LG's Capture+ memo/notes application, a 2-megapixel selfie cam with Gesture Shot, and a 1.1GHz quad-core processor

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#2. Apple’s 6S
Average Rating: (82%)

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 Noted:

  • Design: The iPhone 6S offers a Rose Gold color option this time, primarily so that users can match their purchase to an iWatch of the same color
  • Innovation: Also, it introduces the 3D Touch pressure-sensitive display technology, which recognizes inputs based on how hard you press the screen

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#3. LG’s Power
Average Rating: (87%)

The Power is a 4.5-inch Android Lollipop phone, rocking 5-megapixel and VGA cameras, a quad-core engine clocked at 1.2GHz, and a G3-inspired casing

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#4. ZTE’s Cymbal-T
Average Rating: (80%)

The Cymbal-T is an Android-sporting flip phone equipped with a 4G LTE network reach, a 3.5-inch (480 x 320) touchscreen, and a 0.96-inch (128 x 64) external display for quick notification access

What We Noted:

  • Design: The ZTE Cymbal-T delivers the Android ecosystem in a flip phone package, probably to cater to senior users who don't want to let go of the physical alphanumeric keypad just yet


#5. Alcatel’s Pixi Unite
Average Rating: (72%)

The Pixi Unite is a budget phone that would likely suit the Android novice who wants only the most basic of features enclosed in a compact body (It weighs only 4.16 ounces), but would potentially disappoint some with the lack of a front-facing cam and an unimpressive 1500mAh battery

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#6. ZTE’s Citrine LTE
Average Rating: (74%)

The Citrine LTE is an introductory-tier 4-inch smartphone armed with nothing but a 4G LTE network adapter, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with flash, and a basic 1.1GHz quad-core processor



#7. LG’s 109C
Average Rating: (90%)

The 109C is a simple candybar phone that offers M4/T3 hearing aid compliance, a color display, and up to 144 minutes of calling time



Photo of the ZTE Whirl 2.

#8. ZTE’s Whirl 2
Average Rating: (86%)

The Whirl 2 is the 3.5-inch sequel to ZTE's Whirl Android, following its predecessor's entry-level footsteps with a 1.2GHz quad-core engine, a 3-megapixel camera, and a 1500mAh battery

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#9. LG’s 441G
Average Rating: (82%)

The 441G is another classic flip phone rigged with a 2.2-inch LCD display, text-to-speech technology, and a 1.3-megapixel camera


  • Convenience: It enables you to listen to lengthy text messages instead of reading them via the integrated text-to-speech function


#10. Alcatel’s Pixi Avion LTE
Average Rating: (63%)

The Pixi Avion LTE is an everyday (as of 2016) entry-level prepaid Android phone that banks on a 1780mAh battery promising a 17-hour talk time, a 4.5-inch FWVGA-480p display, and 8GB of native memory


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