AT&T phones 2013 are getting it "just right." From QWERTY keyboards to tap & send touch screens, there's a little something for everyone on the short 'best' list below.
It seems that most Apple customers will jump at the chance for a new phone as soon as a modified version is made. However, in my opinion, the iPhone 4 is still a great device that surpasses some of the unfixed features of the iPhone 5 that was recently released. The sleek design is easily transportable with a 5.0 MP digital camera, WiFi video calling, multi-tasking screens for numerous apps, and a built-in LED flash for video/picture perfection. There's abundant voice and tone control also, with 7 hours or more of talk time per battery charge.
For the photographer in all of us, this phone is equipped with a 12MP 1080p HD camera for premium, professional-grade photos and video. The 4.6 HD screen offer a crisper picture with a conveniently harmonized touch screen with app line-ups and a large LED face. A port at the top allows you to stream videos from the phone to a big screen HD TV, via HDMI cord. It's also lightweight with 10 hours of talk time per battery charge and the ability to download Playstation game applications directly to your cellular chip.
This device is perfect for on-the-go students! Everything you need to get started is included in the package (phone, battery, charger, USB cable, and guide). A super-speedy WiFi networking allows for quick streams of important audio, video, or web content. Which means those last minute study sessions for that big mid-term is completely plausible, possible, and more convenient.