There was a time when T-Mobile wasn't known for its lineup of smartphones. But then it became the carrier to offer the nation's first Android phone -- the T-Mobile G1. And with the launch of that smartphone, T-Mobile revitalized its image, becoming the carrier of choice for many of today's best Android phones.
Speedy double-core processor. Support for T-Mobile's high-speed 4G network. A host of entertainment options, including access to movies, TV shows, and music. A big, bright touch screen. These are just a few of the reasons that the HTC Sensation not only tops my list of T-Mobile's best smartphones, but also earns the top spot on my list of today's best smartphones.
4. HTC HD7
Gone are the days when the Sidekick was a mere messaging phone for teens and tweens. In its latest version, the Sidekick 4G is an Android-based, full-featured smartphone. It offers support for T-Mobile's high-speed network, a 3.5-inch touch screen, a 1-GHz processor, and one of the best keyboards around.