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  • Engadget's smartphone buyer's guide: spring 2012 edition

    It is always good to see your carrier's name in the mainstream tech news. Cricket has made Engadget's 2012 Smartphone Buyer's Guide.

    Engadget's smartphone buyer's guide: spring 2012 edition

    By Zachary Lutz posted Apr 2nd 2012 12:00PM

    Springtime is here. It's a season of renewal, and similarly, an ideal time to replace your aging phone with one that you'll adore. With this in mind, we give you Engadget's smartphone buyer's guide -- your one-stop resource for selecting the best handset that fits your desires and budget. This time around, we're doing things a bit differently. In addition to naming the top phones for each provider, you'll now find more comparisons across carriers. This should help you find the best possible handset -- regardless of network -- if you're willing to make the switch. Also, you'll no longer see limited-time offers as our budget picks -- they'll still get a mention, but now, only phones that commonly retail below $80 will qualify for this coveted spot. Naturally, new smartphones are always coming onto the market, so before you make your final selection, be sure to consult our reviews hub for the very latest recommendations. With that in mind, read on as we round up the best smartphones of the season.

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    Good news for the Cricket folks: the pre-paid carrier finally has a phone that we genuinely like, and better yet, its price really can't be beat. Known as the Mercury, it's a rebadged version of the Honor, which delivers a solid display, very good performance and top-notch battery life. It's utterly without peer on the low-cost carrier, and given its relatively low cost -- after rebates, anyway -- you'd be genuinely remiss to purchase any other handset from Cricket.


    This article was originally published in forum thread: Engadget's smartphone buyer's guide: spring 2012 edition - Engadget started by CU-News View original post
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