I’ve spent a lot of time researching the best cell phone deals in the United States and around the world, and I’ve found that some are pretty good and some are not so great.
Here’s my top cell phone options for the cheapest and best cell phones in the US and around.1.
LG G3, 4GB, 32GB, Verizon modelThe LG G4 is the latest flagship smartphone from LG, and it’s one of the most expensive cell phones on the market right now.
The G4 comes with a 4GB version of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC and 4GB of RAM, which is what you’ll get with this version.
I’m not a huge fan of the G4’s camera, so I can’t really give this phone a great review, but it’s the cheapest LG phone on the block.
The G4 gets the top score for the best price with Verizon, with the best Verizon cell phone deal in the U.S. right now for a $199 price tag.
Verizon offers a two-year contract for $299 with an $800 activation fee.
I think Verizon has done a great job with the Verizon deal, as it comes with two-years of service for a relatively reasonable price.
I do think Verizon should also offer an upgrade option for this phone, as you get a lot more bang for the buck with the upgrade.2.
LG V30, 4G LTE, 32 GB, Verizon, Black modelThe V30 is LG’s latest flagship phone.
The V30’s screen is one of LG’s most impressive, and the V30 comes with 32GB of storage, but this is a 32GB phone, and that’s about it.
I would definitely recommend picking up a 32 GB phone if you’re looking to buy a cell phone.3.
Samsung Galaxy S6, 4.7-inch, 64GB, Sprint modelThe Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S7 are two of the best smartphones for the money in the world right now, and they’re both getting a lot better with each passing year.
The Galaxy Note 6 and S7 have excellent camera quality, but they’re also the cheapest cell phones available right now on Sprint.
The S7 has a $249 price tag and offers a three-year Verizon contract for just $299.
The Sprint version of this phone has 32GB storage, and you get an upgrade that comes with $600 to $900 activation fees.
The upgrade is $650 with an activation fee, but the phone is only available in black.4.
Samsung Note 5, 4-inch LTE, 64 GB, Sprint, Black phoneThe Samsung Note 7 is a $200 phone that has a gorgeous display, but is also a phone that’s a little pricey for what you get.
I don’t think you can really compare the Note 7 to the iPhone 6S Plus or the iPhone 7 Plus at this point, but you can definitely compare it to a Nexus 5X or Galaxy S8 or Galaxy Note 9 or Galaxy J. The Note 7 also has a better camera than any other phone out there, but that’s not a deal breaker.
I’d pick the Note 5 over the Note 8.5, but I’d also go with the Galaxy Note 10 for the same price.5.
Samsung S6 Edge+, 4GHz Snapdragon 830, 32-bit, AT&T modelThe S6 is the next flagship phone from Samsung, and while it’s a lot cheaper than the Note 6, the Note 10, S8, S9, and Note 10 Plus are still some of the better phones for the price.
The cheapest phone on AT&, this S6 comes with 4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 SoC, 64-bit 2.5 GHz ARM Cortex A15 CPU, and 256GB of onboard storage.
The phone gets an upgrade, which comes with an LTE network upgrade, and comes with one-year contracts for $349.
This is one phone you can upgrade to for a lot less money.
The AT& model also comes with three-month contract for an extra $10.
I can recommend the AT& S6 over the Galaxy 4S or Galaxy X8 because they’re all cheaper and I can actually get them for cheaper than their Sprint versions.6.
LG S6 Active, 4GH ZTE modelThe ZTE Z3 series is LG and it gets a lot in the way of specs and design, but if you don’t care about those things, you can get a much better deal for the ZTE S6 model.
The ZTE 6 Active has a 4GHz chipset with a 2.1GHz dual-core CPU, 64MB of RAM and 32GB internal storage, with a three year contract for only $200.
The smartphone comes with unlimited talk, text and data on Sprint, and there’s a three month contract for another $50.
The contract is $100 with