Best AT&T phones 2023

Whether you're a new customer or you've been with them for years, the best AT&T phones connect to the carrier's vast 5G and LTE networks and provide you with all of the features you need. If you play your cards right, you might even get a hefty discount out of the deal. 

No matter what you're looking for in a device, we've gathered all of the best Android phones that work with AT&T's network below. Everything from the ultra-powerful Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra to the ultra-affordable Google Pixel 7a is up for grabs, so take a look to find the AT&T phone that's right for you. 

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Plenty of options for phones on AT&T

One of America's largest carriers has its perks, one of them being the wide variety of devices you can choose from. We've narrowed those choices down to what we think is the best AT&T phones money can buy — all that's left is for you to decide which of those is right for you. Really, most of the best Android phones will work great on AT&T's network so you have a ton of options.

Samsung has a few fantastic options whether you're looking for something mid-range like the excellent Galaxy A54 5G or high-end like the S23 Ultra. The latter comes with a large display with a high resolution that makes it a perfect fit for the included S-Pen. Whether you're taking notes or just need a fine point to navigate some documents, the S23 Ultra fills the void left by the Galaxy Note series.

Of course, Samsung isn't the only brand doing great things. The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro have maintained their place on the top of the stack with the upgraded Tensor G2 CPU. These phones also get access to new versions of Android before most of their peers and have one of the purest Android experiences. Like all Pixels, the cameras impress with great image processing for more lifelike colors, skin tones, and contrast.

Samuel Contreras

When Samuel is not writing about networking or 5G at Android Central, he spends most of his time researching computer components and obsessing over what CPU goes into the ultimate Windows 98 computer. It's the Pentium 3.

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