The Key2 LE makes BlackBerry's physical keyboard phone affordable, though it carries some compromises to hit its lower price.
Coolpad's Illumina is one of the cheapest phones money can buy, and we wouldn't wish it on our worst enemy.
There's no compelling reason to get a Xiaomi Mi Box S, due to troublesome issues with its picture quality, sound levels and interface.
LG has remixed the remix of its fall flagship. But are beefier specs enough to earn the company's latest V-series offering another look?
Huawei has done it again with the Mate 20 Pro, producing an exceptional camera wrapped in a sleek design with extra-long battery life.
Nokia has quietly released one of the most exciting inexpensive phones of the year in the Nokia 7.1, a well-designed phone that delivers first-rate performance.
Asus has put together a formidable rival to the OnePlus 6 in the ZenFone 5Z. But a derivative design and clunky software keep it from being the best.
The Oppo Find X is arguably the most beautiful phone ever, and its stealth camera impresses, but this flagship has some weaknesses.
Motorola's latest modular flagship may one day take us to an exciting 5G future, but it's an old soul at heart.
With Android 9 Pie, Google has gifted its OS with intelligent features that don't feel like gimmicks and produced a suite of tools to promote a healthy lifestyle.
Asus' latest midrange ZenFone packs four cameras and a powerful processor, but unpolished software keeps it from being our favorite handset under $300.
No phone maker has done a better job delivering bang for the buck than OnePlus, and the feature-packed OnePlus 6 is another winner.
TCL has modernized the physical-keyboard smartphone with the BlackBerry Key2, producing one of the year's best handsets for the productivity minded.
Nokia's best phone in years is a treat that's sure to appeal to budget smartphone buyers. With all the right specs, a great display, sturdy metal build and unrivaled Android One software, the Nokia 6.1 is a sleeper hit that belongs on your radar.
The Moto Z2 Force combines a shatterproof screen with an innovative collection of Moto Mods in a very slim design, but its dual cameras could be better.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the best big-screen phone yet, thanks to its versatile dual cameras, S Pen improvements and beautiful 6.3-inch screen.
OnePlus improves upon its previous flagship by throwing in a massive 18:9 display, shrinking the bezels, and tweaking the cameras to deliver one of the best phones of the year, all for $499.
Sony's new Xperia XZ2 is a viable alternative to the assortment of look-alike Android flagships, even if it doesn't necessarily offer the best value.
Xiaomi's Mi Mix 2S is as elegant and powerful as any Android flagship, but it makes too many compromises and is simply too difficult to buy to recommend over the Pixel 2 or Galaxy S9.
Nuu Mobile's G3 evokes the looks of the Galaxy S9 for a fraction of the price. But this budget phone is only a fraction as good.
An incredibly bright screen and Android Oreo aren't enough to make Sony's bulky midrange phone worth its steep price tag.
Honor's View 10 delivers flagship specs on a budget, but it makes too many compromises to stand out.
You get a solid camera, decent display and nostalgic design with the Galaxy J7 Prime, but similarly priced budget phones offer more pizazz.
The Essential Phone is a gorgeous Android phone with an edge-to-edge screen, clever modular design and refreshingly clean software, but the camera is a letdown so far.
BlackBerry may never rule the smartphone world again, but this TCL-built phone is a very good device, thanks to a multipurpose keyboard and a monster battery.
BlackBerry's latest Android smartphone opts for a bigger screen instead of a physical keyboard, but brings the same focus on productivity and security.
PSafe DFNDR is feature-rich and easy to use, but its malware protection is inconsistent and the free version has too many ads.
The Moto X4 Android One is a great lower-cost entry point for Google's wireless service, but it makes compromises other phones don't.