Five new phones that work on Ting
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The Ting Shop is stocked full with some of the greatest phones on the market, but we can’t carry every smartphone. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, don’t sweat it. It’s easy to bring your own phone to Ting.
Most phones work on Ting, including the latest iPhone and Android smartphones. If you’ve had your eye on the Pixel 2 or the OnePlus 5, rest assured that they’re both compatible with Ting.
Here are some of the best new smartphones that, while not currently available in the Ting Shop, can be brought to Ting right now.
Rocking a beautiful build and amazing display, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are contenders for the best smartphone of 2017.
You’ll capture every detail thanks to the Pixel 2’s best-in-class rear camera, while selfie mode automatically blurs the background for gallery-worthy portraits that stand up to any DSLR lens.
Thanks to Google Photos support, you’ll get free unlimited cloud storage (at original quality) for all your photos and videos.
The Essential Phone made waves with its sleek titanium ceramic design, plus an innovative suite of modular magnetic add-ons to update your phone with all new hardware. That and the fact that the Essential Phone was founded by Andy Rubin, one of the original creators of Android.
With a 5.7-inch QHD screen, the Essential Phone ensures you’ll love every photo taken with its powerful 8-megapixel camera — and that’s before you buy the 3D panoramic lens module.
3. OnePlus 5
With some of the best benchmarks in the business, we’re not surprised that the Internet is going wild over the OnePlus 5. With an octa-core processor and 8 GB of RAM, you won’t see any hiccups or lag when switching between even the most graphically intensive apps.
The phone features a 5.5-inch HD screen and a 20 megapixel Dual Camera lens for great photos in both daytime and low light settings.
The 6-inch, Full HD+ screen lets you stream in full HDR10, while an octa-core CPU and 6 GB of RAM ensures this phone can handle any app you throw at it.
Meanwhile, some of the best external speakers and water-resistance on the market guarantee you can blast your beats anywhere, in any weather.
5. LG V30
With cutting-edge, all-glass construction, the LG V30’s design is turning heads, but it’s the camera features that really blow reviewers away.
Featuring two rear cameras (standard and wide-lens) and a powerful 16-megapixel image sensor, the LG V30 is no slacker in the hardware department, and the camera software is unparalleled. Packed with features like real-time snapshot previews, picture-in-picture displays and countless manual photo options, it’s the phone to beat if you’re an Instagram pro.
You’ll be reviewing your award-winning snaps on a six-inch QHD screen powered by an octa-core processor and up to 4 GB of RAM.
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