If the Moto X isn’t your thing but you’re still in the market for a new Android phone on AT&T’s network, consider three additional devices released today. Ranging from the (not actually that small) HTC One Mini to the larger than life Samsung Galaxy Mega, there should be something for just about everyone.
First up is the HTC One Mini, which will go for $99 with a new contract. It’s mid-range specs match its mid-range size with a 4.3-inch 720p display, dual-core Snapdragon 400 CPU, and 1GB RAM. It does benefit from the same UltraPixel camera setup as the full-size HTC One and also gets a complete BoomSound stereo speaker setup.
The LG Optimus G Pro is a phablet-type device with a screen measuring 5.5 inches. At $99 on contract you get quad-core Snapdragon 600 processing, 2GB RAM, and a 13MP camera. It doesn’t have a button on the back like the newly announced G2, but it’s an appealing option for those looking to pick up a device with a larger display.
Of course, if you want a really big display, the only way to go is the Samsung Galaxy Mega with its 6.3-inch 720p screen. Decidedly more mid-range than Samsung’s Galaxy Note offerings, the Mega sports a dual-core Qualcomm MSM8930 CPU, 1.5GB RAM, and an 8MP camera. A beefy 3200mAh battery should help keep things afloat. The phone is priced at $149.99 on contract.
All three are available in store and online. See what others are saying about the devices over at Android Forums.
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TAGS: HTC One Mini , LG Optimus G Pro , Samsung Galaxy Mega