The iPhone 4S may be the hot ticket, but not everyone can afford it. For a more wallet-friendly alternative, check out the 8GB iPhone 4. You may not get some of the latest performance upgrades or the Siri personal assistant, but the iPhone 4 still offers plenty of goodies for just $100 on contract.
For about a quarter of the price of a high-end smartphone, the Samsung Focus Flash Windows Phone for AT&T gives you a fast processor, 4G HSPA+ speeds, a good rear-facing camera, and all without sacrificing design. Not bad for a smartphone, eh?
The Motorola Atrix 2 is more than just a sequel. With a sharp 4.3-inch qHD display and a luxurious feel in the hand, the Atrix 2 has plenty of brains behind its beauty. It packs in Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a dual-core 1GHz processor, support for AT&T's HSPA+ network, an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video capture, and support for Webtop, a unique platform that turns the phone into a portable PC when docked into a compatible accessory. For only $99.99 after a new two-year service agreement with AT&T, we think it's an absolute steal.
For just $100, the HTC Evo Design 4G packs quite the punch. It's a 4G Android Gingerbread phone with a 1.2GHz processor, a good 5-megapixel camera, a front-facing camera, and 8GB of storage right out of the box. With HTC's smart and savvy Sense UI, Sprint's fifth Evo really delivers. Plus, it's a world phone, so you can take it with you when you travel overseas. Start packing!
Prices change all the time, but when you see a deal that's too good to pass up, you should grab it. Such is the case with the HTC Wildfire S. A compact little Android 2.3 Gingerbread number, it's smaller than the smartphone giants roaming the Earth these days, and has HTC's characteristically good construction. It has a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash and good call quality. It's only $79.99 full price, but we recently saw it for free on T-Mobile's Web site with a new, two-year contract.
An Android smartphone that costs nothing with a two-year contract? Yep, you read that
right; it's down from its initial $50 asking price. The Samsung Replenish is pocketable, has a surprisingly good 2-megapixel camera, and a tactile keyboard that feels good to use. Sure, you're missing some features, like Flash support, it runs Android 2.2 Froyo only instead of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and the build isn't the most upscale we've seen, but the price sure is right for getting ready access to Google's many services. And now for the cherry on top: it's eco-friendly, too.