Visible has been making waves amongst prepaid carriers with its simple single plan that offers unlimited data. Its plan is the biggest draw, with the Verizon network keeping the service’s quality high. The only problem is that Visible doesn’t support as many phones as other carriers but it still works with a handful of great Android phones, including those with 5G. The Google Pixel 6 is one of the best Visible phones, thanks to great hardware with 5G and a pure Android experience with plenty of updates on the way.
The Pixel 6 from Google is one of the best Android phones you can get on any carrier, and Visible is ready for it right off the bat. The Pixel 6 is the first Pixel to use Google’s custom Tensor chipset. This hardware upgrade helps the Pixel 6 deliver silky-smooth performance on Android 12 with Material You design. Material You aims to make Android more cohesive while retaining the customization features Android fans have grown to love.
The cameras are nearly impossible to miss hiding behind a large black bar on the back of the phone. A 50MP main camera works with Google’s camera app to churn out some of the best photos ever taken on a phone. With significant advancements over the previous generations, the Pixel 6’s camera delivers beautiful images even in challenging lighting situations.
The Pixel 6 also has 5G with low-band nationwide 5G and upcoming C-band connections supported. So while you won’t get access to mmWave speeds, you should have more than enough performance for just about anything you want to get done on a phone. This phone also has excellent LTE support for those living in areas that Verizon’s 5G network has yet to be covered.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 is the smallest member of the S22 family with a 6.1-inch display, but it still packs quite a punch. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor under the hood has more than enough power to keep Android 12 effortlessly humming and makes this one of the best Android phones for gaming, even if it does get a bit warm. It’s supported by 8GB of RAM with the option for 128GB or 256GB of storage.
The relatively small 3,700mAh battery isn’t as big as some other flagships but luckily it supports 25W charging so it can be topped up in a hurry. This phone also has great 5G support with both sub-6 and mmWave supported including C-band. The cameras are excellent with a 50MP wide, 12MP ultra-wide, and 10MP telephoto options so you have the lens you need to take the best photo possible.
The S22 is available with Android 12 right away and Samsung has announced intentions to upgrade the phone with four Android versions, so this phone won’t be out of date any time soon. As we found in our review, the S22 is beautiful in green with the choice of white, black, and pink gold if you want a different color.
While Verizon’s 5G coverage isn’t that great yet, it pays to be ready for the new network when it finally becomes. The Galaxy A42 5G is a mid-range phone in many ways, but when it comes to 5G, it’s a champ. This phone supports the current nationwide and mmWave 5G networks on Verizon and the upcoming C-band coverage coming later in the year and into 2022.
The other hardware is nothing special but enough for most users. This phone is powered by a Snapdragon 750G with 4GB of RAM. The display is 6.6-inch AMOLED limited to 60Hz, which should be great for most apps. The three cameras on the back provide wide, ultra-wide, and macro options though quality will fall off in low light. All of this is powered by a massive 5,000mAh battery that will get through a whole day with plenty to spare.
The Moto G Power isn’t about perfect performance or great cameras. It’s about making the most of its massive 5,000mAh battery for someone that needs a phone with enough power for basic apps that needs to confidently last all day for three days. Its 48MP primary camera can take some solid shots in the proper lighting though it will leave you underwhelmed much of the time.
It’s a cheap phone and performs like one, but it will work well enough for many people and can be a good fit for someone who needs a long-lasting phone on an unlimited network. Also, if you need to keep a second phone around for business, this makes a solid companion to another great Android phone.
Samsung’s Galaxy S line has shaped how we think about Android phones for years with solid build quality, impressive design, and some of the best specs you can find. The Galaxy S20 FE brings this experience to a lower price point while giving up very little to get there. With a 6.5-inch AMOLED display capable of 120MHz refresh, the display on the S20 FE is responsive and vibrant with perfect black levels. This display is also perfectly flat, unlike the rest of the S20 line, which many people prefer.
You will need the US variant of the S20 FE to work on Visible’s network due to Visible’s all-digital network. That also means you’re ready for Verizon’s nationwide 5G network included with Visible at no extra cost. It’s also worth noting that some Visible customers are reporting that the newer S21 FE will work with an activated SIM card but it hasn’t been added to Visible’s list of supported devices.
Samsung has packed in some great cameras, with a wide, ultra-wide, and telephoto camera on the back. The photos are typical of the S20 series, meaning they’ll look great with deep contrast and sharpness, if not a little unnatural. Overall, the S20 FE is a fantastic package for someone looking to get a little more performance on the Visible network.
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is an impressive and massive phone that follows in the footsteps of the Galaxy Note series. The massive edge-to-edge 6.8-inch AMOLED display is the perfect fit for the included S Pen, allowing for precision input and handwriting. Under the hood, it gets the same impressive hardware as the smaller S22 phones with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM. Naturally, its 5G support should work great with Visible’s Verizon-based network including 5G.
The 5,000mAh battery is large enough to make it to the end of the day with ease but if you’re a heavy user, you can charge it back up in a hurry thanks to 45W charging. It ships with Android 12 and will be upgraded with four major Android updates – that’s Android 16 in 2026 – so this phone can last you for years and should also be able to hold its value better for resale.
If you’re looking to make the most of Android, the Galaxy S22 Ultra is one of the best phones you can get. As we found in our review, its massive power, fast CPU, great network support, S Pen, and of course, a big beautiful display make it a good pick for those that aren’t immediately put off by its high price.
One of Visible’s most significant weaknesses is its Android support, especially for more niche models. Still, Visible has been improving Android support, and it now supports many of the best Android phones you can get. Still, a growing number of phones support the full network with new options available all the time. Luckily Visible puts little restriction on phones once connected allowing for unlimited data usage and super fast 5G speeds where supported.
The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro both come with 5G support out of the box. The Google Pixel 6 is one of the best phones you can use with Visible, thanks to great support for LTE and 5G. The Pixel 6 is even ready for the upcoming C-band 5G, so you can get the speed upgrade when it’s ready. But, for the time being, you get a great camera experience on a clean build of Android, embracing Google’s newest designs.