The 5.5-inch Moto E4 Plus tackles one of the biggest problems with the smaller Moto E4 by delivering all-day battery life in an affordable device.
With so many affordable Android phones offering premium features, the K20 Plus is a fine device that fails to impress.
Available for less than $100 if you buy it as an Amazon Prime Exclusive, Alcatel's A30 Plus gets the job done, but its camera, battery and design underwhelm.
Thanks to a host of improvements and new features, Android Oreo will be a welcome addition to your phone — once the update becomes available to you.
The Alcatel's Idol 5S style, bright display and sweet sound bring it so close to being a great value, but weak battery life holds it back.
Motorola’s latest budget phone offers unexpectedly good features for an insanely low price, but its battery life disappoints.
With a big bulky grip and an even bigger camera module, the Kodak Ektra may not be the sleekest or the most powerful phone, but it's still pretty charming.
The ZTE Max XL is a fantastic big-screen phone for budget-conscious buyers on Sprint, Boost and Virgin Mobile.
At just $179 for a big, 5.5-inch screen and fingerprint reader, Huawei's Ascend 5W looks enticing, but mediocre battery life and underexposed photos make the total package much less appetizing.
Get this $99 phablet if you’re a MetroPCS user who loves a big display and lasting battery life, but won’t miss a high-quality camera.
Get the Energy XL if you want an unlocked, big-screen Android phone that can last for hours on end, but it doesn't work with Verizon or Sprint.
The LG Watch Urbane LTE makes and receives calls and messages, and gets notifications without being tethered to your phone, but iPhone owners should wait for iOS compatibility.
With better cameras, design, audio and software, the HTC 10 is a significant upgrade for smartphone buyers and the brand.
The LG G5 boasts an innovative modular design and useful dual cameras, but short battery life holds it back.
As appealing as the K5's low price tag and long-lasting battery are, it makes too many compromises to outshine more compelling budget Android phones.
The Alcatel Onetouch Idol 3 squeezes a long-lasting battery, Android 5.0 and a solid 5.5-inch display into a sleek frame for just $250 unlocked.
The LG G4 offers a crisp quad-HD display and an excellent camera within an attractive leather design, though its battery life disappoints.
The new Motorola Moto E offers Android Lollipop, LTE speeds and a customizable design for just $150.
AVG AntiVirus Pro has excellent Android anti-theft and privacy tools, but be ready to download a few more apps to unlock its full potential.
Outlook for iOS and Android is an intuitive mail app that makes it easy to share files and organize your inbox.
Lenses from Photojojo provide the flexibility to use with almost any phone, but getting them to stick in place can be a problem.
This fetal Doppler smartphone accessory can record your baby's heartbeat, but using it takes a bit of patience.
The Android-powered Lenovo N308 offers solid performance in a cheap all-in-one, but the OS feels awkward on this device's low-res screen.
Beats Music brings finely curated playlists and deep personalization to the world of music streaming, complete with a sleek interface and millions of songs.