At some point this month, Sprint customers might find themselves looking for a brand new smartphone. And while selecting a new smartphone will be easy for some consumers, for others, it’s going to an extremely difficult decision. We want to help make the decision a little bit easier and here, we take a look at the devices we think are the five best Sprint smartphones for June, 2014.
With a solid 4G LTE network in place, attractive data plans and an extremely solid lineup of smartphones, Sprint remains an attractive option to those coming off contract and to Sprint users who are thinking about sticking around.
Sprint, like its rival carriers in the United States, offers a host of smartphone options to its current customers and to those that might be thinking about coming over from another major carrier. The start of the year was certainly slow but over time, the Now Network has introduced a number of new names that has helped to bolster an already solid lineup.
Big names like the Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One M8 are now available and they join top devices from 2013, devices like the Galaxy Note 3, Nexus 5 and Galaxy S4. And while having this amount of choice is fantastic for Sprint customers, it can also make things difficult for those trying to buy a new smartphone.
Coming to a decision, the right decision, is extremely important given how much a smartphone will cost over time. We’re talking thousands of dollars when everything is said and done. And that means that those who aren’t familiar with the smartphone world must do research before buying. We’re here to help with that.
We want to help narrow things down this month for Sprint smartphone shoppers that may not know what to look for. Here, we breakdown the devices we think are the five best Sprint smartphones for the month of June, 2014.
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 the devices listed here deliver the best, all-around package at the moment.
Apple's annual WWDC conference is over and done with and it's now pretty clear that the iPhone 6 release will land some time in the fall. What this means is that the iPhone 5s will remain Apple's top option on Sprint for the month of June and for the foreseeable future as well.
The iPhone 5s continues to live up to its price point. Its industrial design, Retina Display, 8MP iSight camera, 64-bit processor, and iOS 7 software should help to put the iPhone 5s near the top of shoppers lists during the month of June and beyond.
Sprint and Apple may not be offering a discount on the flagship at the moment but we're starting to see retailers slash the price of the iPhone 5s in the buildup to the iPhone 6 so consumers should be on the look out.
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