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50 Cheap Smartphones Without A Contract Available Today!

17 August 2012 No Comment

Having a smartphone means you not only join those tech savvy elitists, but that you can utilize your phone’s features to perform an amazingly vast array of tasks. Whether you need to check your email, Google a phone number, update your Facebook status, or even watch videos, smartphones can handle it all! Unfortunately if you aren’t signing up for a pricy two year contracts, you are likely to pay a fortune for the high end smartphones. Keeping up with today’s technology while saving money can be difficult which is why we have a list of the top 50 cheap smartphones without a contract available today!

  • Motorola A1000

    The Black and silver exterior coupled with the stylish design definitely set this Motorola apart. While it only has a 1.2MP front facing camera, it does offer a responsive touchscreen, a full HTML browser, multitasking abilities, 3G compatibility (not 4G), and allows you to watch and stream videos on the brilliant display.
    Price: $50-$150

  • Motorola 3G Razr V3XX

    This is definitely one of the more limited smart phones. It has 3G data capabilities, MP3, email, IM, SMS, 1.3MP camera, and is capable of capturing video as well. It is a classic flip phone that is offered in a variety of exciting and attractive colors. Not for extreme smartphone activities, but can definitely handle emails and IM when needed.
    Price: $50-$60

  • BlackBerry Curve 8310

    With a variety of attractive colors available this affordable BlackBerry smartphone is definitely easy on the wallet while still providing some useful tools to users. It has a 2MP camera, GPS, a large QVGA screen, roller ball navigation, and more!
    Price: $80-$110

  • HTC TyTN

    This affordable HTC smartphone is compact, powerful, and attractive. It has a compact 2.8” screen, a full QWERTY keyboard, Wi-Fi, 3G network compatibility, and runs on Windows 5. The exterior has several buttons on the bottom for quick access and has an attractive silver color.
    Price: $80-$150

  • Samsung Flight SGH

    Combines a smartphone with a regular phone yet retains a simple and sleek appearance. The slide out keyboard makes texting fast and easy while 2MP camera, brilliant exterior colors, long battery life, 3G and Bluetooth capabilities make it the ultimate smartphone for under $200.
    Price: $90-$200

  • Motorola Moto Q

    This Motorola smartphone resembles the traditional BlackBerry design with its full QWERTY keyboard, its smaller screen on top, and its roll bar navigation in the middle. It does boast a 2.4” screen, a 2MP camera, and it incorporates all of the loved Windows application in a sleek and powerful device.
    Price: $100-$150

  • LG GT540 Optimus

    This LG smartphone comes in an attractive silver or black color and runs on the Android 1.6 OS. With only 139 MB internal memory and a 3MP camera it definitely isn’t the best phone on the market however the low price on this smartphone is definitely right!
    Price: $100-$150

  • Palm Treo 750

    This smartphone isn’t compatible with Sprint or Verizion however it does work with AT&T, T-Mobile, and others. It has a larger top screen with a full QWERTY keyboard, 3G network compatibility, 1.3MP camera, and runs on the Windows 5.2 Mobile OS. Additionally it has a touchscreen top that allows you to either use a stylus or your fingers to navigate.
    Price: $100-$200

  • Motorola MB511 Flipout Android

    This phone is unique in design as it has a flipout QWERTY keyboard, a square touchscreen and, despite only have 512MB storage, supports MicroSD cards for additional space. Additionally this Android phone runs on Android 2.1 OS and has a 3MP camera with video capabilities.
    Price: $100-$200

  • Motorola MOTO Z10

    This uniquely designed Motorola smartphone uses a kick slider design and couples it with the functionality and convenience of all your favorite smartphone features. It is pocket-sized and powerful with 3G network compatibility, 2.2” screen, 3.2MP camera, and an ergonomic design.
    Price: $130

  • Sony Ericsson Aspen Smartphone

    This sharp Sony smartphone really stands out visually. It comes in either silver or a black color however it has a smaller 2.4” screen at the top with a full QWERTY keyboard on the bottom allowing you to quickly navigate the web and text. This phone also comes with a 3.2MP camera, and tons of other Windows features and remote access features.
    Price: $130-$230

  • HTC myTouch

    The sliding QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen on this Android powered smartphone definitely capture the features that users love. The ability to text rapidly and type in information in no time makes the slideout keyboard a must have feature. Additionally this HTC has a 3.2MP camera, runs on the Android 1.5 OS, and has a microSD slot for additional memory.
    Price: $130-$230

  • HTC Status

    Connect to Facebook with a single button, text with rapid speeds thanks to the QWERTY Keyboard, and take vivid pictures with the 5MP front camera with the HTC Status. This Android phone is the perfect combination of function and appearance!
    Price: $140-$170

  • Sony Ericsson XPERIA X8

    Running on the Android 1.6 OS this Sony smartphone definitely captures the eye with its attractive and sleek design. With a 3MP camera, Wi-Fi and 3G capabilities, 128MP storage with a memory card slot, and a digital compass with a built in GPS. Plenty of features and applications available thanks to the Android market and Google services.
    Price: $140-$240

  • Samsung Galaxy Mini S5570

    Running on the Android 2.2 OS this Samsung Mini has a variety of handy features. On top of the 3MP camera this smartphone also has a 3.14” touchscreen, Wi-Fi, GPS, and all of the other Android apps and services available in a small compact form able to fit easily into your pocket.
    Price: $140-$240

  • Samsung Dart Android Phone

    Available in a dark grey color this Android phone has a classic look, an ample touchscreen, and runs on the Android 2.2 OS. No QWERTY keyboard available however it does provide you with up to 4 hours of talk time and a 3MP camera!
    Price: $150

  • Nokia C5-03 Smartphone

    Available in blue, white, black, and grey you can definitely choose which phone suits your personality more when buying the Nokia C5-03. This smartphone runs on the 3G network only, has a 5MP camera, can be voice activated, a responsive touchscreen, and a sleek compact design that users love.
    Price: $150-$220

  • LG Optimus Me

    With the Android 2.2 Froyo OS and a ton of improvements the new LG Optimus Me has a variety of Google services, applications, and useful features. The camera has 3MP and you can alter the photo with the new camera interface. Additionally the 2.8” screen allows you to view your pictures, videos, and browse the web on an adequate screen.
    Price: $150-$200

  • LG Quantum C900

    This LG smartphone is equipped with a full QWERTY keyboard for all of your texting needs, a 5MP camera, a lithium-ion battery with 6hrs of talk and up to 350 hrs. of standby. The larger buttons, vivid display, and attractive design make this a consumer favorite!
    Price: $150-$200

  • BlackBerry Curve 8520

    This BlackBerry has tons of fun and exciting colors that allow users to choose one that suits their personality and style. It comes with a lowered MP on the camera (only 2MP) however it has tons of talk time (4.5hrs) and a nice 2.46” display that allows you to view everything easily. It runs on a 512 MHz processor and is able to handle a variety of applications without slowing down.
    Price: $150-$250

  • Nokia Lumia 8GB

    This attractive smartphone runs on Windows 7 and comes without a contract. Fitted with a sufficient 5mp camera, touchscreen, 3G/4G capabilities, GPS, Wi-Fi, and more the Lumia is definitely one of the most affordable smartphone options.
    Price: $200-$280

  • Motorola Quench XT3

    This classy and sleek smartphone runs on the Android 1.6 OS and comes in a unique dark brown color that really sets it apart. It does feature a 3MP camera with an LED flash, a 3.2” touchscreen, built in Wi-Fi, GPS, and all of the Android apps and Google services available.
    Price: $200-$300

  • Samsung Exhibit

    Running on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS the Samsung Exhibit is definitely a powerful and affordable choice for those of you looking for a good smartphone. It has only 3.15MP camera, however it also has tons of Google services, an organizer, document viewer, voice commands, and more!
    Price: $200-$300

  • Samsung Galaxy Ace

    The Samsung Galaxy ACE has a 5MP camera, 3.5” screen, a speedy internet browser, 158MP internal storage and microSD card slot. This phone comes in black or white and offers a physical QWERTY keyboard that makes texting and typing a breeze.
    Price: $200-$300

  • Apple iPhone 3G

    This smartphone is by one of the most well-known and iconic manufacturers in the tech world. With all of the beloved apps and stylishly modern display this completely touchscreen smartphone definitely offers a variety of features to the user. This phone features a 2MP camera, Wi-Fi, 8/16/32GB memory, 3G connection, Safari browser, and is able to be jailbroken!
    Price: $220-$350

  • HTC 7 Trophy T8686

    This HTC is a Windows 7 phone that has a very stylish exterior with a thin frame and a large touchscreen front. The 5MP camera, 8GB memory, 720P HD recording, GPS, and more definitely make it a very user friendly smartphone.
    Price: $230-$330

  • Sony Ericsson R800 Xperia

    Not only is this Sony device a smartphone, but it is also a gaming device allowing you to spend your free time entertained by a variety of games on this interactive and compact device. Overall this phone has a 5.1MP camera, a 1GHz processor, 3G and Wi-Fi, 32GB expandable memory, and access to over 100,000 apps from the Android Market.
    Price: $230-$330

  • HTC HD7 S

    This sexy touchscreen Windows 7 smartphone is definitely user friendly with its numerous features. On top of having a sleek rounded edged black exterior, it also has a 5MP camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, 8GB or 16GB memory, 3GB network, and a powerful processor allowing you to perform all of your applications without delay.
    Price: $250-$300

  • Dell Venue Pro

    This is another Windows 7 phone however it has a slide down keyboard hidden behind the ample 4.1” touchscreen. The QWERTY keyboard, 5MP camera, 8GB memory, and the conversion between full touchscreen and QWERTY keyboard really allows this sharp Dell Venue Pro to stand out amongst competition.
    Price: $250-$350

  • Motorola DEFY

    This Android phone runs on the Android 2.1 OS and comes in a sleek black case. It has a 5MP camera, runs on 3G network and has a 2GB internal memory capacity. The large touchscreen dominates the front of this phone and allows you to easily view your videos, photos, and web browser in brilliant colors.
    Price: $250-$350

  • Samsung Galaxy Captivate

    With a QWERTY keyboard and Swype tech allowing you to text and type at blazing speeds, the Samsung galaxy Captivate is not only functional but innovative. It has a 5MP camera, fantastic HD graphics, and looks sleek and sophisticated in a thin black case.
    Price: $250-$350

  • HTC EVO 4G

    You can purchase this phone on a Sprint plan and perhaps save some money if you are looking for a two year contract, however the price is for the unlocked version. It runs on 4G and has a 4.3 inch touch screen with an 8MP rear camera. Additionally there is GPS, a front camera, Wi-Fi, and more.
    Price: $250 – $350

  • HTC 3G Wildfire-S

    This attractive smartphone is available in white or black however the white version will be a little more expensive. The HTC Wildfire-S can run on the new 4G and on top of a touch screen and GPS you also have voice commands, Wi-Fi, QWERTY Keyboard, 5MP camera, and runs on the Android OS.
    Price: $250-$350

  • Samsung Exhibit II

    This updated Samsung phone has a much wider screen and a sleeker look than the previous model. It still has all of the beloved Google services, a 3.7” LCD display, Wi-Fi, and has a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip.
    Price: $250 – $350

  • BlackBerry Bold 9900

    This 8GB BlackBerry smartphone is definitely an upgrade from earlier BlackBerry models. It maintains the stylish BlackBerry appearance while offering a 5MB camera, the BlackBerry 7OS, 3G/4G data capabilities, a QWERTY Keyboard, touchscreen, GPS, and many more applications and features. It also runs on a speedy 1.2GHz processor and Wi-Fi capabilities
    Price: $250-$350

  • Apple iPhone 3GS

    Offered in both white and black this upgraded version of the iPhone 3 definitely offers a lot more to consumers. It has a 3MP camera, voice control capabilities, is able to be jailbroken, usable with iTunes, has all of the loved apps, runs on 3G, and can be found in 8GB, 16GB or 32 GB memory.
    Price: $250-$400 (depends on the GB size chosen)

  • LG Optimus P970

    Like the other Optimus models, this current one has an incredibly sharp appearance. It has a vivid 4” LCD touchscreen, easy nav buttons at the bottom, a remarkably thin frame, 2MP front camera, 5MP rear camera, and it allows you to access the 100,000+ apps and services on the Android market providing a unique user experience.
    Price: $300-$400

  • HTC Radar 4G

    A speedy 1GHz processor powers this Windows 7 HTC smartphone allowing you to make full use of all the applications and services provided. Whether you want to use the 5MP camera to take HD photos and videos, use the GPS services, browse the web, or simply just play games you can do that and more on this 3.8” smartphone!
    Price: $300-$450

  • Motorola Milestone Droid 2

    The Droid 2 is a vast improvement from the original and has a much slimmer and sophisticated appearance. The slide out keyboard, large touchscreen, 5MP camera, Android 2.2 OS, and 8GB internal storage make this a highly desirable smartphone. Additionally the Google services and Android apps are at the user’s disposal with this Droid 2.
    Price: $300-$450

  • HTC Sensation

    With tons of widgets, apps, handy features, and more running on the speedy Snapdragon 1.2 GHz processor you don’t have to wait for your smartphone to ever load. Ready when you need it and capable of handling video conferencing and HD video the HTC Sensation is definitely a powerful and affordable smart phone!
    Price: $350-$450

  • Motorola Atrix

    A dual core processor powers this Android smartphone allowing you to easily perform a variety of tasks without your phone slowing down. The QWERTY keyboard, 5MP camera, large 4” touchscreen, Android market place accessibility, and front facing camera make this an incredibly user friendly smartphone.
    Price: $350-$450

  • HTC Imagio XV6975

    This was the first smartphone to run on the Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional OS. It has a large touchscreen with easy nav buttons at the bottom and rounded corners. The 3.6” LCD display, 5MP camera, Wi-Fi, and compatibility with all major carriers makes this a very attractive and affordable smartphone.
    Price: $350-$450

  • HTC Desire S

    HTC revamped the Desire and brought customers a 3.7” touchscreen smartphone with a 5MP camera, 1.1GB internal memory, HD video capture, an Android OS, thousands of games and applications, and fantastic Google services.
    Price: $350-$450

  • BlackBerry Bold 9780

    Running on the BlackBerry 6 OS this smartphone stays true to the traditional BlackBerry look with the QWERTY keyboard and the smaller screen on top. This particular model does offer a handy touchscreen and a variety of applications as well as a 5MP camera and more.
    Price: $350-$450

  • HTC Rezound

    This is a popular and attractive smartphone that only runs on the Verizon network. Despite its network limitations it does make up for that with a variety of features including a powerful 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 2MP front camera, 8MP rear camera, Beats headphones included, and a fantastic 4.3 inch touchscreen.
    Price: $350-$450

  • Nokia N8-00

    This attractive Nokia smartphone was released back in July of 2010 and has an incredibly modern appearance. It has a full 3.5” touchscreen that dominates the front, a relatively thin frame, an incredibly powerful 12MP camera as well as a front facing camera. Offers a variety of impressive features for an affordable price.
    Price: $350-$450

  • HTC Vivid

    This is a high end Android smartphone that runs on 4G LTE. It has a nice large display, 1080p HD video recording capabilities, QWERTY Keyboard, touchscreen, both rear and front facing camera with a 8MP rear camera.
    Price: $350-$450

  • Samsung Galaxy S II

    This Android smartphone has a fast 1.2 GHz processor and runs on the Android 2.3 gingerbread OS. With a variety of Google services, a powerful 8MP camera, remote lock, an AllShare feature, and a large 4.27 inch screen, there is little the Galaxy S II can’t do!
    Price: $400-$500

  • LG Nitro Optimus

    This sleek new LG Android smartphone truly captures the look and feel that consumers desire from their phones. Its HD screen allows you to see graphics in vivid colors and the powerful dual-core processor means you can run applications at lightning speed. Runs on both 3G and 4G LTE networks as well.
    Price: $400-$450

  • HTC Titan

    Running on a 1.5GHz processor this Windows 7 smartphone can easily handle all of your daily tasks and more. The 8MP rear camera is more than sufficient and the Wi-Fi, GPS, HD video recording, and compatibility with Xbox LIVE, ZUNE, and more make this sleek smartphone both powerful and highly efficient.
    Price: $450- $550

With a wide variety of cheap smartphones available you can easily find one that suits your needs at a price that won’t break your bank. While most of the higher end smartphones offer a lot more functionality, faster speeds, and additional storage space, you may find that you can perform all of the tasks you need with a more affordable smartphone!

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