The Huawei Nova 5T offers a smart design, decent cameras and effective performance along with access to Google apps.
The Mate 30 Pro features some of the best hardware innovations of the year, but you can’t ignore the Google-shaped hole.
The surface level details of the FreeLace will draw you in, but it trips up when it comes to functionality.
The Honor 7X condenses the full-screen experience down to an affordable package, making for one of the best-value phones of the year.
Huawei has done it again with the Mate 20 Pro, producing an exceptional camera wrapped in a sleek design with extra-long battery life.
Huawei's triple-camera marvel takes stunning low-light shots, but it’s not quite a replacement for the Galaxy S9 or iPhone X overall.
Huawei delivers unrivaled battery life, AI-powered dual cameras and a robust feature set in one of the year's most ambitious smartphones.
Honor's View 10 delivers flagship specs on a budget, but it makes too many compromises to stand out.
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.
A Leica-engineered rear camera that produces crisp, colorful images highlights Huawei's P9, but the phone's lackluster battery life keeps it from being a top pick.
The $179 Huawei TalkBand B2 is an activity tracker that doubles as a Bluetooth earpiece, but its wonky sleep tracking, limited app functionality and short battery life hold it back.