The best Boost mobiles of 2017 include a vast and varied spectrum of phones including the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and some other mid-range and other rugged smartphones as well. This article talks about the best 2017 phones of Boost mobile, which is a national carrier in the US offering smart as well as basic phones.
The iPhone 7: Apple reinvents the iPhone with its first IP67 grade splash-ready phone with a taptic home button (which cannot be pressed), converting the phone lock into a pressure-sensitive fingerprint reader/key. With a quad-LED flash system, 12 MP camera with 4K video support, 3D Touch HD screen of 4.7 inches, iPhone 7 is the best of the Boost mobile phones.
The iPhone 7 Plus: The iPhone 7 Plus closely follows its fraternal brother, the iPhone 7, complete with Touch ID fingerprint technology, a taptic home button complete with pressure sensors, etc.
The LG Tribute HD: The 2016 LG Tribute HD boasts of a massive 5-inch screen complete with HD and an excellent 1280 x 720-pixel resolution, a definite level up from the older Tribute models.
LG Stylo 2: Following the G Stylo of 2015 is LG’s Stylo 2, which features a 13 MP HD camera, 16 GB memory space, an embedded stylus, and a massive 5.7-inch HD 720 pixels interface bringing back the LG of the old.
The ZTE Warp 7: ZTE’s Warp 7 is one of the best mid-range Android phones which sticks to a great 5.5-inch size (as compared to its specs), complete with a scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass screen finish, a 13 MP rear-facing camera, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, and an HD 720-pixel resolution.
The Samsung Galaxy S7: Samsung Galaxy S7 boasts of one great innovation it has a Dual Pixel Camera technology with two photodiodes, which means that its 12 MP powerful camera focuses better and quicker. The phone features 64 GB memory, 14nm Snapdragon 820 64-bit quad-core processor, 5.1-inch quad HD screen, etc.
The LG X power: The second generation of LG’s X Series, the LG X power, is another great powerful Boost mobile phone, which gets its name from the massive 4100mAh battery.
The iPhone 6S Plus: Taking after its predecessor (iPhone 6 Plus), the iPhone 6S Plus features and introduces 3D Touch (a.k.a. Force Touch) and a gigantic 5.5-inch screen.
The iPhone 6S: The 2015’s iPhone 6S and 6S Plus released alongside each other. The iPhone 6S also introduced the 3D Touch display technology that is pressure sensitive, offers the option of rose gold color (released with iWatch of the same rose gold color), a 4.7-inch massive screen and a slightly thicker screen as well.
The iPhone SE: While the iPhone SE is a step backwards in terms of the size of the display, the phone returned with the famous 2013 aspect of 1136 x 640 4-inch retina display with high caliber specs. The phone also comes preloaded with Siri.