Amazon has a whole list of phones that are exclusive to Amazon Prime members. These phones are considered “unlocked,” in that they’re not tied to a specific carrier. In fact, they should work with any major carrier. However, today we’ll be specifically sharing our favorite of these Amazon exclusives for those of you who are loyal to T-Mobile.
Best Cheap T-Mobile Phone
|ImgAmazon.com Link||Brand||ProductAmazon.com Link||Price on Amazon.com|
|Motorola||Moto X (4th Generation)||119.99|
|Motorola||Moto G PLUS (5th Generation)||107.56|
|LG||LG X charge||163.67|
|Nokia mobile||Nokia 6||199.99|
The neat thing about Amazon Prime Exclusive devices is that all major Amazon apps are pre-downloaded to them, so you’ll have access to shopping, kindle, video, and everything else that is unlocked for Prime members. The best part? They’re also equipped with Alexa integration, ready to take on your toughest questions, or even simply, “Alexa, order me a pizza.”
Moto G5 Plus
The Moto G5 Plus has an octa-core processor, runs on 4G LTE speed, and has a 5.2 inch screen perfect for Netflix binging on the go. But one of our favorite features with this phone is TurboCharge. If you’ve ever needed your phone to charge quickly, then this is a feature you’re going to love. With TurboCharge, the Moto G only needs 15 minutes of charging for the battery to last for up to 6 hours. So no matter what kind of rush you’re in, you won’t have to worry about your phone not keeping up ever again.
This Moto X4 comes in two great colors. A stunning, rich black, called “Super Black,” and a shiny “Sterling Blue,” which is barely blue and mostly silver. And while this phone is typically $400, Amazon is currently running a sale for you to get $100 off. That’s a huge discount! So if you find that the following features are something you’d be interested, definitely don’t wait to do it.
The gorgeous display on this phone is 5.2 inches with a water resistant exterior to guard against splashes and spills. The back camera is a dual camera, and what’s really neat about it is that you don’t need a lot of light to get great shots. In fact, this camera is designed so that when light is lacking, your photos won’t be.
LG X Charge
The LG X Charge is a phone that’s fully loaded and ready for whatever work you need it to do. The battery behind this powerhouse is 4,500 mAh, and it’s projected to last up to 48 hours without needing to be recharged, depending on your usage. That’s crazy, insane, and something you really don’t see in a lot of phones on the market today. On top of that, you really can’t beat the price.
The cameras are 13MP and 5MP, and they utilize Auto Shot integration, so that all you have to do is steady the camera on whatever you want to take a photo of, and it will automatically take the perfect shot, so you don’t have to try and hit the capture button at just the right time. This feature takes all of the guesswork out of your photos.
The Nokia 6 is another Amazon Prime Exclusive, and it comes in two colors: copper, and black. It comes with 32GB of built in storage space/memory, but with a microSD card (not included), that can increase to up to 128GB of space. This one is specifically built for AT&T and T-Mobile users only, so if T-Mobile is what you’re looking to use primarily, the Nokia 6 may be a good choice for you.
This phone comes in the color platinum, and is really good on durability, meeting 14 different military-grade specifications and certificates against debris and water. With 32GB of built in memory, you can upgrade that with a microSD card (not included), up to 2T.
One of the best parts of this phone, however, is the facial recognition unlock. Instead of using your fingerprint or typing in a passcode, this the LG G6 will recognize your face and automatically unlock. This is great, and in the long run, it can shave off a lot of time and hassle.
These are some great phones, and we’re confident that no matter which one you decide to go with, you’ll love it for it’s own unique aspects that it brings to the table. If you already have one of these phones, we’d love to know what you think of it in the comments section.