Continuing in our short series, Ray (+Ramon Nuez) and Zev Mo (+Zev Mo Green) discuss the best three phones on AT&T’s Network. We get asked this question cons…

9 Responses to “3 Best Android Phones on AT&T”

  • Str8UpBananas says:

    $299 for the Skyrocket? It has not been that high since release. As of
    4/22/2012 the Samsung Galaxy SII Skyrocket is $149. The Samsung Galaxy
    Note, however, has the $299 price point.

  • Al Diggity says:

    can u tell me why you didnt even consider the att galaxy note i would just
    like to hear your point of view

  • ProjectVIN says:

    Purchased the SII Skyrocket a week before this video was published. I’ll
    have faith that Andriod 4.0 ICS will be pushed out just like Samsung claims
    it will be on AT&T, and the online/store price was indeed $150 not $200. I
    liked the One X, but I wasn’t keen on spending the extra $50 on a phone
    without a removable battery, no micro-SD tray & a micro-SIM that would
    basically render my old HTC Aria (fullsize SIM) useless as a backup phone.
    The Skyrocket won the real-world evaluation for me!

  • Tyler Yermalovich says:

    Lol this faggot said the one x runs ics haha nerd ass white nigguh it meams
    ice cream samdwich shouldnt you be giving your bf a bj

  • pretzule says:

    Learn English.

  • Haras Songaryar says:

    wtf did you just say?

  • ok says:

    i see on your screen the Samsung galaxy s 2 is 99$ not 299$ so stop giving
    bad facts. and the htc one one only has ONE LED flash

  • Theo Addae says:

    Iphone 4s

  • Mickey Mouska says:

    I don’t get it. You can’t use the subsidized pricing to compare. You have
    to compare apples to apples. The Iphone 5S subsidized with a contract is
    $199 and the 5C is $99 but that doesn’t mean the 5S is only $100 better
    than the 5C! 

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