Verizon Wireless is one of the best carriers in the US when you’re looking at reliability. Being one of the biggest carriers, there are a lot of phones to choose from. If you want to make sure you have a great phone while with Verizon, these are some of our favorites. They work great and have performed at the top in the past year.
Top Performer: The Google Pixel
The Pixel got a lot of hype this year, as it should’ve. It’s a great phone and does really well under every circumstance. Battery life is good and the screen is phenomenal. With the Pixel, you do have a few tricks to look forward to. For instance, Google Assistant is a personal addition and is something really cool to have.
Verizon sells the Pixel at $649.99 and the Pixel XL for $769.99. Monthly pricing starts at $27 per month.Google Pixel at Verizon Wireless
Runner-Up: The LG V20
This phone is amazing. With a second display, amazing camera, and incredible DAC for audio, this phone is built for anyone. It lasts a long time on a charge and overall doesn’t get run down. I believe anybody would be happy with this phone.
The LG V20 can be found on Verizon for $672.00. Monthly pricing starts at $28 per month.LG V20 at Verizon Wireless
The Water Resistant: Samsung Galaxy S7/Galaxy S7 Edge
If you’re looking for something equally fantastic but with water resistance, the Galaxy S7 might warrant your attention. Packed with water resistance, top-tier specifications, excellent cameras, and Samsung’s dozens of software tricks, the Galaxy S7 family is an excellent choice. The standard S7 has a 5.1-inch display where the larger S7 Edge offers a 5.5-inch display. Both bring glass designs, so you might want to pick up a case along with it.
Pricing for the Galaxy S7 on Verizon lands at $28 per month, or $672 outright. Alternatively, the Galaxy S7 Edge costs $33 a month on Verizon or $792 outright.Galaxy S7 at Verizon Galaxy S7 Edge at Verizon
Best Modular Smartphones: The Moto Z Family
If you’re looking for phones that can do things like others can’t like adding speakers on the back, snapping a projector on for movies, or even putting a camera for some cool capable zoom capabilities, you might want to check out some of the Moto Z phones. Looking for an insane battery and a screen that can’t be broken? Check out the Moto Z Force. Need budget modular phone? Check out the Moto Z Play.
You can’t go wrong with any of the Moto Z family, but if you want to know more about any of them, you can learn more in our reviews linked below. Pricing for the Moto Z starts at $26 a month, $30 a month for the Moto Z Force, and just $10 a month for the Moto Z Play. You can also learn more about Moto Mods here.Moto Z Family at Verizon Wireless
The Best Of iOS: iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus
If you’re looking for an option in Apple’s ecosystem, the choice is pretty obvious — the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Apple’s latest hardware brings a lot to the table, and Verizon has both options available in stores and online. The smaller iPhone 7 and the larger iPhone 7 Plus offer top-of-the-line performance, great cameras, good battery life, and a water resistant device, all encased in fantastic hardware. A downside for many buyers might be the lack of a headphone jack, but an adapter is included in the box.
The iPhone 7 costs $27.08 per month on Verizon while the iPhone 7 Plus costs $32.08 a month. Full retail pricing lands at $649 and $769 respectively.iPhone 7 at Verizon iPhone 7 Plus at Verizon
Best On A Budget: The Moto G4 Play
Budget phones tend to be a little shaky when it comes to performance and general use. That isn’t the case with the G4 play. Even though this phone is cheap, it handles itself really well and is worth a look at if you don’t want to spend a ton of money.
Verizon sells the G4 Play for $84.99 (as of the writing of this post) for prepaid. You can check it out here.Moto G4 Play at Verizon Wireless