Consider buying the Samsung Freeform 5 if you really need a QWERTY feature phone, but rival handsets will get you about the same experience for less.
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If you're looking for a midtier Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Axiom's cheap price is hard to beat.
Unless you're addicted to local TV and need anytime access, the Samsung Galaxy S Lightray 4G isn't money well spent.
The Samsung Freeform 4 makes solid calls and is great if you're looking for a simple, entry-level handset with a keyboard.
Though its design and feature set are from another decade, the Samsung Chrono 2 succeeds at what a phone should do.
With the Samsung Galaxy S Aviator, US Cellular gains another Android smartphone option. Unfortunately, the carrier's limited 4G LTE access and the weak single-core CPU weigh down an otherwise high-flying handset.
Samsung's middle-of-the-road Galaxy Attain 4G has a nice price and attractive design for MetroPCS customers; but those seeking true LTE speeds should choose a different carrier.
The Samsung Craft is one of MetroPCS' most advanced feature phones, and its 4G capabilities are an added draw for those in the carrier's LTE markets.
The Samsung Admire offers the accessible design and functional feature set that you'd expect from a starter Android phone, but call quality wasn't up to our standards.
Thanks to great call quality and its sturdy keyboard, the Samsung Freeform III is a solid messaging phone at a reasonable price, despite a couple of drawbacks.