Introduction to T-Mobile Android Phones
The popularity of Android phones has skyrocketed all over the nation. The Android phones T-Mobile offers feature speed (1GHz processors) and are increasingly easy to use. There are a variety of handsets that run the Android operating system. Not surprisingly, T-mobile features an excellent variety of Android handsets, not including the T-Mobile future Android phones that are preparing to release later in 2011. T-Mobile offers nine different popular Android handsets; they also provide devices in a variety of colors as well as offering refurbished phones at discounted prices.
List of Android Phones on T-Mobile
- T-Mobile myTouch 4G
- T-Mobile G2
- Samsung Vibrant
- T-Mobile myTouch 3G
- LG Optimus T
- Motorola Defy
- T-Mobile Comet
- Motorola Charm
- Garmin-Asus Garminfone
T-Mobile myTouch 4G
Undeniably the most popular T-Mobile phone, its 4G feature trumps everything 3G, and requires absolutely no Wi-Fi. Equipped with a full-HD camcorder and the ability to take stunning pictures, the T-Mobile myTouch 4G is an all-in-one entertainment package for cell phone aficionados.
Retail Price with a Two-Year Contract: $199.99
T-Mobile G2 with Google
A notch above its predecessor, the Google G1, the T-Mobile G2 features 4G and optimum speed to accommodate its slew of web browsing features.
Retail Price with a Two-Year Contract: $199.99.
The Samsung Vibrant is a prominent Samsung Galaxy S phone that shows off its 4" Super AMOLED display and a 1 gigahertz processor.
Retail Price with a Two-Year Contract: Free (After Web-Only Discount)
T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide
The T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide is known for its ease of use and call quality; however, one downside to this phone is its short battery life.
Retail Price with a two-year contract: $99.99 with $50 web discount.
LG Optimus T with Google
Rated 4 Stars by users, the LG Optimus T is equipped with Voice Actions, allowing users to do everything (calls, music, etc.) with one voice command.
Retail Price with a two-year contract: Free after an $80 Web-only discount.
Motorola DEFY with MOTOBLUR
The Motorola Defy is arguably the best phone for social networking. Its unique features, such as being water and scratch resistant, separate it from all of the other Android devices.
Retail Price with a two-year contract: $99.99
T-Mobile Comet’s selling point is its stylish touchscreen and ease of Google-app usage. However, it features a subpar 3.2 megapixel camera and an average music and video player, ranking it well below its Android counterparts.
Retail Price with a two-year contract: Free
Motorola Charm with MOTOBLUR
The Motorola Charm features a stylish touch screen and QWERTY keyboard to supplement its exciting and easily accessible social MOTOBLUR features.
Retail Price with a Two-Year contract: $29.99
The Garmin-Asus Garminfone is a unique fusion of an Android operating system and Garmin GPS navigation device.
Retail Price with a Two-Year contract: Free
Upcoming Android Releases
The Android phone T-Mobile variety is extensive. Here is a list of T-Mobile future Android phones:
1.Motorola CLIQ 2 (MOTOBLUR)
Ultimately, many more handsets with the Android operating system will be released in 2011. Tune in to the T-Mobile website or call customer service for further information regarding future releases.