What are the best phones you can buy at AT&T right now?

Whether you're a loyal AT&T subscriber, or you're looking to hop onto the giant cellular network, you'll want to first take a peek at our list of the best smartphones the carrier has to offer.

We'll be updating this guide throughout the year to keep you informed of the latest devices worth wielding as your daily driver. Be sure to read through our reviews for the full rundown on each smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+

We've officially arrived at our beautiful, bezel-less future, and the Galaxy S8 is a near-perfect example of what constitutes as innovative smartphone design. This device has all the trimmings of a one-of-a-kind style, and it helps set the aesthetic tone for smartphones to come. The good news, too, is the despite the Galaxy S8's slimmer, all-display design, there's still a headphone jack.

Inside, the Galaxy S8 sports the latest processor and enough RAM to fuel you through marathon gaming sessions. You can record those plays with the aid of the Game Tools built into the software, and the Galaxy S8 runs the latest version of Android, too. You can choose between the 5.8-inch Galaxy S8 with a 3000mAh battery or 6.2-inch Galaxy S8+ with a 3500mAh battery.

Want to get more in-depth?

Read: Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ review

Ready to make your purchase?

See the Galaxy S8 at AT&T

See the Galaxy S8+ at AT&T

LG G6LG G6

The LG G6 is a breath of fresh air compared to last year's weird, modular-but-not offering. It also, technically, the first of the year to boast a nearly bezel-less phone body. Its 5.7-inch LCD display is accompanied by a Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage space — that's not much, but you can easily tack on extra storage for all the videos and photos you'll take with the dual 13-megapixel cameras.

The LG G6 also comes with a bigger-than-average 3300mAh battery, and it's all wrapped up nicely in a water resistant aluminum shell that's especially attractive when the high afternoon sun hits it at an angle.

Want to go more in depth?

Read: LG G6 review

Ready to make your purchase?

See the G6 at AT&T

LG V20

lg v20

Need a smartphone that can help you make neat content for social media? That's what the LG V20 is best at. It offers a number of special camera features and it comes bundled with 3200mAh battery to keep you going all day long — not to mention, the V20 is one of the few Android-powered smartphones left with a removable battery.

The V20 is great at other things, too. It has a bright, 5.7-inch QHD "Quantum Display" LCD. It's really good — almost as good as what its rivals put out — and unlike the latest crop of phones, this one still has bezels around it for holding on. It offers a headphone jack, too, along with two very capable rear-facing cameras: a primary 16-megapixel camera and a secondary 5-megapixel wide-angle camera. You can easily switch between the two at your leisure. There's an SD card slot, too, so all that content you're making won't clog up the phone's 64GB of storage.

Want to get more in-depth?

Read: LG V20 review

Ready to make your purchase?

See the V20 at AT&T

Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 edge

Galaxy S7

The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are last year's Samsung flagships and formerly the two best Android devices on the market. Both smartphones feature cameras with optical image stabilization, a fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button, and a Power Saving mode that actually works.

The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge run on the same hardware, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 and 4GB of RAM. The 5.1-inch Galaxy S7 comes equipped with a 3000mAh battery and is available in black and gold, while the 5.7-inch Galaxy S7 edge comes with a 3600mAh battery and is available in black, gold, and silver.

Want to get more in-depth?

Read: Samsung Galaxy S7 review

Read: Samsung Galaxy S7 edge review

Ready to make your purchase?

See the Galaxy S7 at AT&T

See the Galaxy S7 edge at AT&T

Update June 2017: This post was updated with a refreshed phone list, including the Galaxy S8 and LG G6.