By Sumit Passary | Feb 12, 2013 01:30 PM EST
The competition in the smartphone industry is increasing rapidly and so is the rivalry between the carriers. To stay ahead in the race, U.S. carrier T-Mobile has an array of top-end smartphones on offer to lure more customers to the network.
Rumors of the upcoming smartphones, including the next-generation iPhone and Galaxy S4, are circling the smartphone market, but for those who don't want to wait and are looking up for a top-end smartphone, T-Mobile's offers may be right up your alley.
Take a look at the top five smartphones from T-Mobile:
Google, in collaboration with LG, released the Nexus 4 in November 2012 and T-Mobile started selling the smartphone from Nov. 14. Strong-demand for the handset saw the Nexus 4 sold out on many occasions on the network.
Running on the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the Nexus 4 is one of the most-wanted Android smartphones on the carrier. T-Mobile is currently selling the Nexus 4 for $49.99 on a two-year contract.
Samsung Galaxy S3
Samsung launched the Galaxy S3 in May 2012 and it remains one of the best-selling Samsung smartphones ever, thanks, no doubt to the fact that it is packed with top-end features.
T-Mobile started selling the Galaxy S3 from June 2012. Currently, the carrier is selling the 32GB variant of the Galaxy S3 for $199.99 on a two-year contract and the 16GB version of the handset for $549.99 without any contract.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2
The Galaxy Note 2 was released in October 2012 and has won over the hearts of millions of smartphone enthusiasts with its 5.5-inch display and its trademark S Pen stylus. The Galaxy Note 2 landed on all the major four carriers at the same time and remains one of the most powerful handsets in the smartphone arena. T-Mobile sells the Galaxy Note 2 for a whopping $649.99 without any contract and $349.99 on a two-year contract.
HTC One S
The HTC One S is one of the few HTC handsets on offer by the carrier. Launched in March 2012, the One S packs impressive features to entice smartphone owners. The HTC One S is exclusive to T-Mobile in the U.S. and the carrier provides the handset for free on a two-year contract.
HTC One 8X
The HTC One 8X remains one of the only two Windows-powered smartphones on the network. With the Nokia Lumia 920 exclusive to AT&T in the U.S., the HTC 8X is the nearest competition to the Nokia offering.
T-Mobile is currently selling the HTC 8X for $49.99 on a two-year contract.