The ZTE-made AT&T Z221 is a basic flip phone that's part of AT&T's prepaid package.
As long as you never have cause to use it hands-free, the AT&T R225 will reward you with good call quality. Yet, the absent volume rocker makes it best-suited for occasional callers.
For those who waited, the RIM BlackBerry Bold won't disappoint. The Bold impresses with its brilliant display, enhanced productivity tools, and excellent multimedia performance to deliver a more powerful and well-rounded smartphone to mobile professionals.
The Huawei Impulse 4G satisfies the basics of most Android phones, but its outdated software and inconsistent speeds keep us from fully recommending it despite its bargain price.
The AT&T Fusion is fine if you're a patient soul who doesn't expect much in a handset but wants to make the jump to Android. For everyone else, I suggest you move on.
As an entry-level prepaid handset, the AT&T Avail is reliable, reasonably priced, and easy to use.
The Cingular 3125 changes the look of smart phones with its sleek, flip phone design, and while some minor quirks and performance issues exist, it's still a solid Windows Mobile device.
A 3G world phone, the free AT&T F160 has a solid design and features. Strong call quality makes it ideal for talk-heavy users, but its camera will deter photographers.
Though it has a few design quirks, the AT&T Quickfire's impressive feature set and intuitive controls make it one of the better messaging phones out there.
Though it has its shortcomings, the PalmOne Treo 650 offers solid performance and adds some key features to maintain its reign as smart-phone leader.
Huawei's AT&T U2800A is a basic phone with a simple design for AT&T's GoPhone prepaid service.