Best Sprint Phones Android Central 2019

If Sprint's your wireless carrier of your choice, you've got access to a heap of Android phones that you can buy or lease as you please. Whether you want a flagship from Samsung or a budget Motorola option, here are the best Sprint phones you can buy right now!

Does it all: Samsung Galaxy S10+

Staff pick

The Galaxy Note 9 is one of the biggest and baddest smartphones of the entire year. Its AMOLED display is a thing of beauty, its triple camera system lets you get a closer or wider shot at the tap of a button, and we seriously can't get enough of the gorgeous color options. This is a phone that does it all, and right now at Sprint, you can save big with a discounted monthly cost of just $25/month with $0 down.

$41.67/month

S Pen champ: Samsung Galaxy Note 9

The Note 9 may not be quite as new as the S10+, but it still offers something its newer sibling doesn't: support for the productivity-minded S Pen, which allows you to sign off on documents, jot down notes and drawings, and even control the phone remotely using the button on the side. S Pen aside, the Note 9 has Samsung's unmistakably gorgeous design language, great specs, and an incredible display.

$41.67/month

A videographer's dream: LG V40

The V40 boasts a triple camera array with pro video features like manual camera controls, a far-field microphone, and LG Cine Shot, which allows you to shoot in a flat color profile and apply LUTs to your footage. Combined with a 6.4-inch AMOLED panel, Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB of RAM, and expandable storage, this is a terrific phone for videographers and casual users alike.

$30/month

Budget hero: Moto E5 Plus

On the complete opposite end of the spectrum, we have the Moto E5 Plus. Even though it's one of the most affordable phones of the year, the E5 Plus still delivers a truly great experience thanks to a sleek glass design, smooth and uncluttered software, and a huge 5000mAh battery that provides unsurprisingly great endurance. It'll only set you back $12/month, or $288 if you buy outright.

$12/month

One-handed flagship: Samsung Galaxy S10e

If you hate how big phones have become over the years, you're not alone. Luckily, the S10e packs everything that makes the S10+ great into a much smaller package without making many compromises. In fact, you might even prefer its side-mounted fingerprint sensor over the in-display sensor on the S10+, and the flat display means less distortion when you're browsing the web or watching videos.

$31.25/month

Something different: Moto Z3 Play

Our last pick is the Moto Z3 Play, and for the right buyer, it could be the perfect phone. The Z3 Play is pretty solid on its own, delivering a 6-inch 18:9 display, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, and clean Android software with a few helpful touches from Motorola. The real highlight here, though, is the Z3 Play's support for Moto Mods, allowing you to snap on a battery pack, speaker, camera, and more in the blink of an eye.

$15/month

Sprint's got a pretty solid collection of phones under its belt, and if you've got the means to afford it, we strongly recommend going with the Samsung Galaxy S10+. This is a phone that truly delivers on all fronts, and while it's not cheap, you definitely get what you pay for here. For folks with tighter budgets, both Moto E5 Plus is a much better all-around package than its low price tag would suggest.

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