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Best AT&T Cell Phones Available Now:
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4
iPhone 13 Pro Max
The iPhone 13 Pro Max is the ultimate iPhone yet in every way. Boasting the largest battery on an iPhone to date and coupled with the large 6.7-inch screen, the giant iPhone is powered by the super-fast Apple A15 Bionic chipset and is available in 128, 256, 512 GB and, for the first time once on an iPhone, a stunning 1TB version to store all your photos and videos. The cameras have also been greatly improved, with faster apertures and improved HDR, as well as brand new features such as photographic styles, macro shooting and night mode portraits.
Google Pixel 6 Pro
With excellent performance, good battery life, a fantastic P-OLED display and a great camera package, the Pixel 6 Pro brings back the “wow” factor that was somewhat lost in the most recent Pixel phones. The Pixel 6 Pro is certainly a device that won’t be late in the game, but instead will keep up with the competition, while at the same time keeping the price surprisingly adequate and offering insane bang for the buck. Starting at $899, the Google Pixel 6 Pro is the best premium Android smartphone to buy in late 2021, and certainly the best phone Google has made yet, more than a viable alternative to the iPhones and Galaxies out there.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
This phone really has it all: a 4-camera system with a long-range periscope zoom, a built-in S Pen that doesn’t compromise on battery capacity, the latest and most powerful Android processor, the latest generation Samsung AMOLED display… actually everything needed for a blockbuster flagship. Oh, and then add a few bonus features like record-breaking screen brightness, a more detailed refresh rate, and some nice colors. Of course, all of that costs a premium price of $1,200, but not much higher than last year’s model, despite its many new features.
Samsung Galaxy S22
Don’t feel the need to flex with the most expensive iPhone out there? The iPhone 13 gives you 95% of the 13 Pro experience for a much lower price. You still get the ultra-wide-angle camera alongside much-needed camera improvements and the A15 Bionic chip that will keep your phone running smoothly for years to come. What you sacrifice is mainly the telephoto camera and some storage space, even the displays are identical this year. If you want to know more, check out our iPhone 13 review.
iPhone SE (2022)
The latest iPhone SE, released earlier in 2022, is the most affordable iPhone you can get on AT&T. With the A15 Bionic chipset, it packs a lot of punch, but its outdated design, small screen for the size, and “okay” camera make it a rather hard sell.
Normally, the phone costs $11.95 per month for the basic 64GB version, while the 256GB version costs $16.12 per month. Frankly, the entrance fee in the iPhone SE (2022) club on AT&T is $429.99. However, a trade-in could cut costs.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE
The fresh new Galaxy S21 FE will be available from AT&T starting January 11, 2022. The 128 GB sells for $699.99 and the 256 GB costs $769.99. And for a limited time, you can get the device for $15 per month. for the 128 GB or $20/month. for the 256 GB on a qualifying installment plan with no trade-in required.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
The Galaxy A53 is Samsung’s latest effort to bolster its mid-range presence around the world. Admittedly, the A53 5G isn’t a perfect device, suffering from the lack of a headphone jack, unflattering haptics and a sluggish fingerprint scanner. Still, it’s an excellent offering with good battery life, solid camera performance and even an exotic microSD card slot.
The phone can be yours for $12.50/month from AT&T for 36 months, or for $449.99. You can throw off more of the price by trading in another device, or even bring the monthly payments down to $5 if you have a qualifying unlimited service.