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Best Verizon Phones Money Can Buy In 2022

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Verizon phone deals have never been better. Whether you’re after a flagship from Apple or one of the best cheap phones available, Verizon has great promotions, freebies, and trade-in schemes to sink your teeth into this month.

That’s not to say it’s always the cheapest or most deal-friendly carrier. In fact, while it is a premium brand with a lot to offer, Verizon is often one of the pricier options around. This article reviews the best Verizon phones you can buy in 2022.

With a vast selection of excellent Verizon wireless plans currently available with speedy 5G data speeds, excellent coverage, and heaps of streaming perks. Verizon tends to be a good choice for those looking to make the most of those new flagship devices. And that’s why we are putting up the best Verizon phones you could try out. The selection is pretty vast also, with tons of choices for both iPhone and Android users.

1. Samsung Galaxy S22 Series

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Samsung’s latest Galaxy S series consists of the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and the S22 Ultra. The S22 Ultra offers the most of the lineup, moving to a more Note-like design with built-in S Pen storage and the same excellent quadruple-camera setup from last year (108MP+10MP+10MP+12MP). The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset and packs a 5,000mAh battery.

The Galaxy S22 Plus, on the other hand, comes with a 6.6-inch display and triple-camera setup at the back, featuring 50MP, 12MP, and 10MP shooters. The phone packs a 4,500mAh battery and 8GB of RAM with the same Snapdragon processor.

The regular Galaxy S22 is still very similar to the Plus model. The main differences are that it sports a smaller 6.1-inch display and packs a smaller 3,700mAh battery. On the bright side, it’s back to a glass back this year.

All three phones sport in-display fingerprint scanners, IP68 ratings, and wireless charging. And no, none of them have a headphone jack.

Apple iPhone 13 Series

No matter how much we love Android, we can’t ignore just how good the iPhone 13 series has become. It packs premium A15 Bionic chipsets across the entire range and a newly revamped camera setup. Sure, you’ll pay the Apple tax, but at least Verizon is fully loaded with deals and discounts to take the sting out of it.

Apple is sticking with its four-device family for another year — keeping the latest 5.4-inch iPhone 13 Mini in the mix. You’ll find similar internals, including the Bionic A15 and a pair of 12MP shooters. You’ll find a glossy glass finish on both the iPhone 13 and 13 Mini, though the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro opt for a frosted glass finish, and they jump to 6GB of RAM.

You’ll even find Apple’s first-ever 120Hz display at home on the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, as well as support for ProRes and Cinematic Mode.

Google Pixel 6

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The Google Pixel 6 punches above its weight class with the powerful Google Tensor CPU package, delivering smooth performance on the 6.4-inch OLED display with the latest version of Android. It comes with two cameras on the back with a 50MP primary shooter and an ultra-wide 12MP backup. This phone also supports Verizon 5G with Ultra Wideband support, including the upcoming C-band network.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

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The Galaxy Z Flip 3 from Samsung is a cool phone, with a 6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED display that can fold in half to fit in your pocket comfortably. Even with its compact folded size, it’s still powerful with a Snapdragon 888, 8GB of RAM, and dual outside cameras. This phone is even IPX8 rated for water resistance, meaning you don’t need to worry if you get caught in the rain.

Samsung S21 FE 5G

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Samsung’s latest Fan Edition device might not be the same smash hit as its Galaxy S20 predecessor, but it’s a great Verizon phone all the same. You still get the key features of a 2021 flagship without the same price tag.

The phone has an excellent build quality even though it’s made of plastic rather than glass. You’ll also find a 4,500mAh battery under the hood, complete with 25W wired charging. Samsung packed a Snapdragon 888 processor on its mid-range device to keep the lights on, along with either 6 or 8GB of RAM.

Apple iPhone SE

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iPhone SE is an excellent phone as it offers tremendous value for money. The iPhone SE includes the familiar glass and metal design of the iPhone 8 and has a competitive camera. The iPhone SE uses the same Apple A13 Bionic processor as iPhone 11. Additional benefits include wireless charging and an IP67 rating, two features the Pixel 4a phone lacks.

The phone has a small 4.7-inch display with a low resolution. Unfortunately, it also has large bezels that look dated and lack Night Mode.

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Samsung Galaxy A53 5G

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With a sharp 120Hz AMOLED display, 5G support, a 64MP camera, and a massive 5,000mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is one of the most capable phones you’ll find at this price. Android Central’s review found this mid-range phone’s performance to be more similar to flagships with the Exynos 1280 CPU, running Android 12 buttery smooth. It’s even got IP67 dust and water resistance with four years of planned OS updates.

Motorola One 5G Ace

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If you’re on a budget and don’t demand a lot from your phone, the Motorola One 5G Ace might be up your alley. Its specs won’t blow your socks off, but the handset still comes 5G-ready with power for everyday tasks on Verizon’s best network.

The device’s screen is quite large, coming in at 6.7 inches, and it packs a Full HD+ resolution. Three cameras at the back get the job done, just don’t expect the world from them — especially in low-light situations. Other specs and features include 64GB of storage, a 5,000mAh battery, and Android 11 right out of the box.

Kyocera DuraSport 5G UW

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This durable Kyocera phone isn’t designed to be fast; it’s designed to be tough. With IP68 water and dust resistance rating and MIL-STD-810H drop rating, this phone can withstand the elements. The Snapdragon 480 CPU inside isn’t breaking any records, but it has plenty of power for daily tasks as well as 5G support on Verizon. The battery is fairly large at 4,500mAh and should easily make it through a day of work without dying.

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