Wedged between powerful flagships and low-cost midrange models, the Galaxy S23 FE struggles to stand out
The Motorola Razr is a lower-cost version of the Razr+ that makes a few compromises to deliver that lower price. But it's still a good value if a foldable phone has been outside of your budget.
The Google Pixel 8 wows with its AI-powered camera features and delivers a brighter display in a more compact design. It's $100 more than the Pixel 7 but still cheaper than other flagships.
The iPhone 15 Pro delivers awesome cameras and superior performance in a thinner and stronger titanium design, but it’s not perfect
A stronger and lighter titanium design, more powerful zoom, blazing A17 Pro chip and smart Action button add up to a near perfect iPhone. But the charging could be faster and digital zoom better.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra delivers a big camera leap with its 200MP sensor, along with faster performance and stellar battery life. Here's the pros and cons based on our testing.
There are fewer compromises with the iPhone 15 than there were with the iPhone 14, as Apple's flagship phone gains Pro features such as Dynamic Island, the A16 Bionic chip, and a new camera sensor.
The iPhone 12 sports a gorgeous design, full 5G support, great cameras and even better performance, now at its lowest price ever. But you'll make some trade-offs versus newer iPhones.
Honor's new Magic V2 foldable leaves its Galaxy Z Fold and Pixel Fold rivals in the dust, though we still have questions about the overall experience.
The flagship-grade specs of the Sony Xperia 1 V tell only half the story, as the photos it shoots are likely what will make your mind up.
Asus' Zenfone 10 adds a bagful of new features to keep the small but mighty phone competitive with other flagship Android phones.
While it's an iterative upgrade, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 delivers a better hinge, lighter design and brighter display along with longer battery life
The Pixel Fold is an excellent first foldable phone from Google, offering a front display that’s comfy to use, smart multitasking software and multiple usage modes along with strong cameras.
After years of designing foldable phones, it looks like Samsung achieves the perfect design in its newest foldable. Our Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 review takes a closer look at all the new upgrades.
If mobile gaming is what you live for, the RedMagic 8S Pro is here to help. For anything beyond gaming, RedMagic’s phone starts to falter.
The OnePlus Nord N30 5G delivers a lot of value for less than $300, thanks to its long-lasting battery and big 120Hz display. If you're on a limited budget, this phone deserves your consideration.
Honor’s gunning for the Google Pixel 7a and Samsung Galaxy A54 with the Honor 90, which could tempt users who prioritize big specs away from those more modest handsets.
The iPhone 14 is the best iPhone value and offers improved cameras and performance, but it’s not much of a leap from the iPhone 13.
Motorola’s keeping its stylus packing smartphone alive with the Moto G Stylus 5G (2023), which is modestly priced for anyone that prefers a stylus over a finger.
After two underwhelming foldables, the Motorola Razr+ blends style and utility into a package that goes after what content creators crave.
If it's available where you are, the Honor Magic 5 Pro's combination of cameras, display and pricing may tempt you away from a Galaxy S device or a Pixel.
The OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite offers some impressive features given its price, but this budget phone isn't balanced enough to beat the best cheap phones.
The Samsung Galaxy S23 isn’t a revolutionary update to Samsung’s flagship phone. But with a much better chipset, brighter display and a still affordable price, there’s plenty to like about the S23.