Sprint offers some of the best phones on the market. We've rounded them up just for you!
Sprint doesn't exactly play well with others, so the selection of unlocked phones that you can bring to its network is rather limited. If you are trying to bring your own unlocked phone to Sprint, it's best to head to the nearest location and ask if your device is compatible.
That being said, it has a relatively decent list of phones that you can buy straight from them, including some of the top Android phones available right now.
We've rounded up a quick list of the best they have to offer.
Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge
Samsung's flagships are arguably two of the best phones money can buy at the moment (I say "arguably," but let's not fight). With the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor in place, these devices run faster than any Samsung phone ever has.
They feature Quad HD (2560x1440) displays, which are gorgeous and protected by scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass. The edge screen functions may not be incredibly useful on the S7 edge, but the bigger 5.5-inch screen is a perfect blend of being pocketable and large enough to comfortably watch videos on. That being said, the 5.1-inch S7 is pretty much the perfect size.
Unlike the other phones on this list, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are waterproof. Gone are the days of reaching out of the shower, drying off your hands, and fervently sending text messages before your precious device is splashed. Take these phones into the shower if you want. They're good to go in up to 5 feet of water for about 30 minutes. After that, however, all bets are off.
One of the best features of each of these devices is the sizable battery. They'll both last you at least a full day without needing a charge – depending on your habits, of course. Each model comes with 32GB of storage, but thanks to the microSD card slot that can support up to 200GB, you can expand your memory space at anytime.
If you're after top-of-the-line Android goodness, look no further.
The HTC 10 is HTC's best phone to date and a current titan among Android phones. With its solidly built aluminum body, gorgeous Quad HD display, and more-than-capable camera, the HTC is value-laden and one of your best options with Sprint.
One of the HTC 10's best features is its impressive audio capability. It has a front-facing tweeter in the ear piece and a bottom-facing subwoofer, each with its own amp and Dolby-processed sound design. The headphone amp is also impressively powered, delivering crystal clear audio, even at higher volumes.
HTC added adoptable storage to the HTC 10, so you can expand your storage (up to 2TB) and mount it so that it becomes apart of your system for good. Once you pick up your HTC from Sprint, you should check out our roundup of the best microSD cards for the HTC 10.
Sprint sells the HTC 10 in Glacier Silver and only the 32GB version.
LG's latest, the G5 is an innovative phone with an exceptional camera, great fingerprint sensor, and some very interesting "Friends" in the form of detachable modules that can add certain functions to your phone, like the LG CAM Plus, which adds some physical camera buttons to the phone and an extra 1,200 mAh battery, so that you're not eating up your main battery while you're snapping shots.
The battery may have shrunk between the G4 and the G5, but unlike the Galaxy S7, you can just swap out the G5's battery for a new one, so if you're going to be out for a day or two with no access to a charger, you can just carry an extra battery with you. If you are near a charger, you'll be quite pleased with the G5's USB C port with Quick Charge 3.0 compatibility. You'll be up and running in no time.
As mentioned, the 16MP rear-facing camera is excellent and there's even an option 360 degree camera for more fun.
Sprint lets you pick your color, so you have your choice of silver, titan, gold, or pink.
Check out our review for more!