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  • Samsung Galaxy Light
    Samsung Galaxy Light Price: $129.99 - $139.60
    3.5 stars

    Samsung Galaxy Light

    Price: $129.99 - $139.60 Shop now
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    • Samsung Galaxy Light
    • Samsung Galaxy Light

    The good: The Samsung Galaxy Light gives you 4G LTE, a decent processor, and a pocket-friendly form for under $250. Call quality is strong, too.

    The bad: Camera images seemed dull and soft on the Light's 5-megapixel shooter, and the 4-inch screen makes the virtual keyboard feel cramped.

    The bottom line: Buy the Samsung Galaxy Light if you're looking for Android on a budget -- just be aware that you're trading price for performance.

    CNET Editors' Rating

    3.5 stars
    Very good
    • Design: 7.0
    • Features: 7.0
    • Performance: 7.0
  • LG Optimus F6
    LG Optimus F6 Price: $109.95 - $145.00
    3.5 stars

    LG Optimus F6

    Price: $109.95 - $145.00 Shop now
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    • LG Optimus F6 (T-Mobile)
    • LG Optimus F6 (T-Mobile)

    The good: The LG Optimus F6 has clear call quality, a decent 5-megapixel shooter, and a bright, responsive screen.

    The bad: 4G LTE data speeds were erratic at times on T-Mobile, and because the handset's equipped with Android 4.1.2, it runs a slightly dated OS.

    The bottom line: Competitively priced and stocked with respectable hardware specs, the LG Optimus F6 is a worthy buy for prepaid customers who are big on value.

    CNET Editors' Rating

    3.5 stars
    Very good
    • Design: 8.0
    • Features: 7.0
    • Performance: 7.0
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  • Nokia Lumia 521 (T-Mobile)
    Nokia Lumia 521 (T-Mobile) Price: $99.65
    3.0 stars

    Nokia Lumia 521 (T-Mobile)

    Price: $99.65 Shop now
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    • Nokia Lumia 521 (T-Mobile)
    • Nokia Lumia 521 (T-Mobile)

    The good: Nokia's Lumia 521 packs in a better camera and more software features than you might expect for its $150 off-contract price tag.

    The bad: No LTE, poor screen quality, and no camera flash remind you that the 521 wasn't built to be a premium smartphone.

    The bottom line: Nokia's Lumia 521 is one of the best bargain smartphones on any platform, but skip it if LTE is of paramount concern.

    CNET Editors' Rating

    3.0 stars
    Good
    • Design: 7.0
    • Features: 6.0
    • Performance: 7.0
  • Samsung Galaxy S4
    Samsung Galaxy S4 Price: $699.99
    4.5 stars

    Samsung Galaxy S4

    Price: $699.99 Shop now
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    The good: The Samsung Galaxy S4 has Android 4.2.2, a fantastic camera, a powerful quad-core processor, and software solutions for just about every scenario -- including working as a TV/DVR remote. It's also comfortable in hand and has NFC, a user-replaceable battery, and a microSD storage slot.

    The bad: Its screen is dimmer than competitors', its plastic design gives it a cheaper look than its rivals, and we found the Galaxy S4's power button turned on at undesirable times. Not all camera modes work as promised, and a long list of software features can quickly overwhelm and confuse.

    The bottom line: Its laundry list of features require time and effort to truly master, but the Galaxy S4 is the top choice for anyone looking for a big-screen, do-everything smartphone.

    CNET Editors' Rating

    4.5 stars
    Outstanding
    • Design: 9.0
    • Features: 9.0
    • Performance: 9.0
  • Nokia Lumia 810 (T-Mobile)
    Nokia Lumia 810 (T-Mobile) Price: $129.99
    3.5 stars

    Nokia Lumia 810 (T-Mobile)

    Price: $129.99 Shop now
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    • Nokia Lumia 810 (T-Mobile)
    • Nokia Lumia 810 (T-Mobile)

    The good: Nokia's Lumia 810 has decent call quality and a nice helping of extra software that differentiates it from other Windows phones. It's also one of the first Windows phones with external storage.

    The bad: This bulky smartphone has an uninspiring build and is more expensive than AT&T's higher-end Lumia 920.

    The bottom line: The Nokia Lumia 810 makes for a practical smartphone choice, but if you're looking for something thin and light, the HTC Windows Phone 8X is one better option.

    CNET Editors' Rating

    3.5 stars
    Very good
    • Design: 6.0
    • Features: 8.0
    • Performance: 8.0
  • Samsung Galaxy S4
    Samsung Galaxy S4 Price: $699.99
    4.5 stars

    Samsung Galaxy S4

    Price: $699.99 Shop now
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    • Samsung Galaxy S4
    • Samsung Galaxy S4

    The good: The Samsung Galaxy S4 has Android 4.2.2, a fantastic camera, a powerful quad-core processor, and software solutions for just about every scenario -- including working as a TV/DVR remote. It's also comfortable in hand and has NFC, a user-replaceable battery, and a microSD storage slot.

    The bad: Its screen is dimmer than competitors', its plastic design gives it a cheaper look than its rivals, and we found the Galaxy S4's power button turned on at undesirable times. Not all camera modes work as promised, and a long list of software features can quickly overwhelm and confuse.

    The bottom line: Its laundry list of features require time and effort to truly master, but the Galaxy S4 is the top choice for anyone looking for a big-screen, do-everything smartphone.

    CNET Editors' Rating

    4.5 stars
    Outstanding
    • Design: 9.0
    • Features: 9.0
    • Performance: 9.0
  • Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - white (T-Mobile)
    Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - white (T-Mobile) Price: $399.98
    4.0 stars

    Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - white (T-Mobile)

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    • Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - white (T-Mobile)
    • Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - white (T-Mobile)
    • Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - white (T-Mobile)

    The good: The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes fully loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4G LTE/HSPA+ 42 capability, a zippy dual-core processor, and a strong 8-megapixel camera. S Beam is an excellent software enhancement, and the handset's price is right.

    The bad: The Galaxy S3's screen is too dim, and Samsung's Siri competitor, S Voice, disappointed.

    The bottom line: Pumped with high-performing hardware and creative software features, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is an excellent, top-end phone that's neck and neck with the HTC One X.

    CNET Editors' Rating

    4.0 stars
    Excellent
    • Design: 9.0
    • Features: 8.0
    • Performance: 9.0
  • Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - pebble blue (T-Mobile)
    Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - pebble blue (T-Mobile) Price: $49.99
    4.0 stars

    Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - pebble blue (T-Mobile)

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    • Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - pebble blue (T-Mobile)
    • Samsung Galaxy S III - 16GB - pebble blue (T-Mobile)

    The good: The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes fully loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4G LTE/HSPA+ 42 capability, a zippy dual-core processor, and a strong 8-megapixel camera. S Beam is an excellent software enhancement, and the handset's price is right.

    The bad: The Galaxy S3's screen is too dim, and Samsung's Siri competitor, S Voice, disappointed.

    The bottom line: Pumped with high-performing hardware and creative software features, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is an excellent, top-end phone that's neck and neck with the HTC One X.

    CNET Editors' Rating

    4.0 stars
    Excellent
    • Design: 9.0
    • Features: 8.0
    • Performance: 9.0
  • T-Mobile G2x
    T-Mobile G2x Price: $144.95
    4.0 stars

    T-Mobile G2x

    Price: $144.95 Shop now
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    • T-Mobile G2X
    • T-Mobile G2X

    The good: The T-Mobile G2x features a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor that delivers great performance. It also has a sharp design, plenty of multimedia features, and HSPA+ speeds.

    The bad: The T-Mobile G2x's photo quality did not meet our expectations. The call quality could also be slightly better.

    The bottom line: The T-Mobile G2x's simple Android interface, blazingly fast speeds, and polished look make it the phone to beat in T-Mobile's lineup.

    CNET Editors' Rating

    4.0 stars
    Excellent
    • Design: 8.0
    • Features: 9.0
    • Performance: 9.0
  • Samsung Galaxy S 4G (T-Mobile)
    Samsung Galaxy S 4G (T-Mobile) Price: $112.55
    4.0 stars

    Samsung Galaxy S 4G (T-Mobile)

    Price: $112.55 Shop now
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    • Samsung Galaxy S 4G (T-Mobile)
    • Samsung Galaxy S 4G (T-Mobile)

    The good: The Samsung Galaxy S 4G has 4G connectivity, a front-facing camera for video calls, and a larger battery. Android 2.2 offers impressive data speeds and good call quality. Other highlights include a rich and vibrant Super AMOLED touch screen and a 5-megapixel camera with 720p HD video recording.

    The bad: No camera flash. The Galaxy S 4G has less internal memory than the Vibrant. There was some slight sluggishness with some tasks.

    The bottom line: The Samsung Galaxy S 4G is a fantastic Android smartphone for T-Mobile customers, delivering fast data speeds and other improvements, but Vibrant owners should be fine holding off for now.

    CNET Editors' Rating

    4.0 stars
    Excellent
    • Design: 9.0
    • Features: 9.0
    • Performance: 8.0
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