The Best Smartphones on Each Carrier

Gizmodo did a nice write up covering each carrier’s best phones. The best part? There are 4 Android phones on the list! Considering that Android has not been around that long, the fact that there are 4 phones on a best of list is rather impressive.  The recap of the list, along with prices is below (Android phones in green):

AT&T

iPhone 3GS – The iPhone 3GS is the best overall smartphone you can buy. It’s really that simple. Best user interface, best internet, best apps, best media support—the list goes on. Okay, not the best network, but nothing’s perfect. $199

BlackBerry Bold 9700 – I miss the original BlackBerry Bold’s king-sized keyboard, but the Bold 9700 squeezes the best of the BlackBerry for CEOs into an impressively tight form factor—faux leather back included—making it very possibly the best BlackBerry you can buy. $10

Nokia e71X – It’s free, and an actually good smartphone—my favorite Nokia phone on the planet. Free!

Verizon

Motorola Droid – It’s a terminator. A huge, disgustingly high-res screen, Batman-worthy industrial design, and the full power of Android 2.0 make it the best phone on Verizon—and the fact that it’s running on arguably the best network in the US make it the second best smartphone you can buy, period. $150

Blackberry Tour – Sure, it’s notorious for trackball problems and it’s missing Wi-Fi, but this is the BlackBerry of choice for email warriors if they’re not on AT&T or T-Mobile—and it sure as hell beats anything running Windows Mobile. $50

Droid Eris – If you’re desperate to save $100 over the Droid, the Droid Eris will run Android 2.0 soon enough, and is smoother, smaller, and friendlier, if a little blander. $100

Sprint

Palm PreThe Pre offers one of the best user experiences of any smartphone with Palm’s webOS, and it’s probably the best phone on Sprint, hardware build issues and comparatively dinky App Catalog aside. $80

HTC Hero – The best Android phone not running Android 2.0, HTC’s Sense UI makes the sometimes confusing Android interface more digestible and has a few nifty tricks of its own, like integrated social networking. $100

T-Mobile

Motorola CliqMotorola’s other Android phone is gussied up with Blur, a custom interface that’s bright and friendly, with widgets for keeping track of everything happening on your social network. It’s our favorite Android phone on T-Mobile. $100

Unlocked iPhone - No, I’m not kidding. A jailbroken and unlocked iPhone, even without 3G powers, is the second best smartphone you can use on T-Mobile.

BlackBerry Bold 9700 – The BlackBerry Bold 9700 is the first BlackBerry with 3G on T-Mobile, which is reason enough, really, but it’s good the reasons listed above, too. $130

(via Gizmodo)

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