5 Best AT&T Smartphones [April, 2014]

Narrowing down the best AT&T smartphones can be a difficult task for those that aren’t caught up with the fast moving world of smartphones. Lucky for you, we’ve done the heavy lifting and here, we take a look at our top AT&T smartphones for the month of April, 2014.

AT&T remains an excellent destination for those looking into buying a new smartphone. New customers have access to a widespread 4G LTE network, an array of solid data plans, and a stable of devices that includes all of the latest top tier smartphones. Current AT&T customers have it good because AT&T allows those grandfathered into unlimited data plans to keep those unlimited data plans.

This month, many people are going to be in the market for an AT&T smartphone. Whether it’s due to a broken device, a contract that’s ended or something else, there will be plenty of people looking to snag a device on Ma Bell’s network. Many will have a smartphone in mind, others will need some help over the fence. And that’s exactly what we want to do here. Help.

There are a ton of smartphones available for AT&T’s network and wading through those different choices can be difficult process. We want to help whittle those choices down in an effort to make the process a lot more fluid. Walking into a store with your top options in mind will save you time and potentially, some money as well.

Keep in mind, our list may differ from yours but these are the devices that Gotta Be Mobile editors have selected for recognition this month. We feel like they deliver the best, all-around package at the moment.

With that said, let’s take a look at the devices that we consider to be the five best AT&T smartphones for the month of April, 2014.

iPhone 5s

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iPhone 5s

Apple's iPhone 5s is, simply put, one of the best smartphones for AT&T's 4G LTE network. And it will likely remain on this list all the way up until the release of the next iPhone. An iPhone 6 is rumored for the fall.

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The iPhone 5s is a great, all-around smartphone and excels in key areas including display, camera, processor, and software. Apple also offers some of the best software support around which means that buyers can comfortably sign a new two year agreement if they so choose.

Apple's iPhone 5s isn't cheap, it comes with a $199.99 starting price tag, but that price will net AT&T customers one of the best smartphones around.

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Comments

  1. DNel says

    I noticed that your selections were identical for AT&T and Sprint. I would guess it would have been the same for Verizon if Verizon offered the Nexus-5 (Nokia Lumia Icon took its place). Not that these are poor choices, but one article could have covered all 3 providers (4 if you’re planning on doing a T-Mobile soon).

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