It may be the start of the holiday season, but there are always great deals available for prospective smartphone shoppers looking to grab a sweet phone that won’t break the bank. In fact, there used to be the notion that in order to grab a phone under $100 on-contract, you’d have to settle for an outdated or budget-level device. However that notion is no longer the case as customers across all carriers can easily find a decent (if not great) device for a reasonable price. Of course figuring out which device may be a bit difficult, but don’t fret— Talk Android has you covered as we’ve come up with a solid guide with our recommendations of the best devices for under $100 on-contract for your respective wireless carrier. So without further ado, head on past the break to see our picks of the best devices that won’t break the bank.
Fall is almost here for those of us here in the States and many of you may be in the market to grab a new phone. Whether it’s the latest and greatest quad-core beast, something that will let you be able to share all those updates of your trip around the globe or if you’re upgrading from a dumbphone to a basic Android smartphone that will give you the most bang for your buck, this guide has you fully-covered. In this guide, you’ll find the device that will be well within your budget range as well as feature items you may care about most such as a full touchscreen or slide-out keyboard, solid camera and topnotch multimedia capabilities. Without further ado— let’s hit the break to see what phone will suit you best on your respective wireless network.
We showed you the leaked image last week so it is no surprise that the DROID Bionic is officially in the Best Buy September buyer’s guide. It just came out, and the full specs are listed with no surprises. We just want the phone to just launch already. Main specs include a 4.3″ qHD screen, OMAP4 dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8MP rear camera, VGA front camera, and 4G LTE. The price isn’t listed, but we are expecting $299 with a 2-year contract or $589 off contract.
If this phone didn’t have 4G LTE, it wouldn’t stand a chance against the upcoming release of Verizon’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S II. It still could be dead in the water, but I am still anxious to get my hands on one.