We put the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL head to head against the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in several rounds of competition, and Apple has garnered a slight edge.
The iPhone 8 Plus and Google Pixel 2 XL both boast fantastic cameras, but Apple's dual-lens shooter has the edge.
Google's Pixel 2 XL and LG's V30 both tout 6-inch OLED displays and premium hardware and design. We put them head-to-head to find out which is tops.
MetroPCS and T-Mobile may share the same network, but there are some important differences you need to know regarding pricing, phone selection and features.
Here's how Google's newly revealed Pixel 2 phones compare to Apple's iPhone 8 and Samsung's Galaxy S8.
Both the Note 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus boast powerful dual cameras, but the iPhone delivers better image quality overall based on our comparisons.
The Galaxy Note 8 might be only a bit bigger than the S8, but offers a more powerful camera, an improved S Pen and beefier specs.
Samsung's durable Galaxy S8 Active is now on sale. Here's what you can expect from this $850 phone and how it compares to the regular Galaxy S8.
The innovative Moto Z2 Force has some powerful weapons to battle Samsung’s flagship, but can it take down the champ?
The Moto Z2 Force and Z2 Play both support a growing array of versatile Moto Mods, but the Play looks like the better overall value.
The OnePlus 5 is the latest phone to hop on the dual-camera bandwagon, but can it top the iPhone 7 Plus for quality?
We pit the OnePlus 5 against the Samsung Galaxy S8 to see which flagship phone is the right one for you.
Siri may be built into iOS, but the arrival of Google Assistant for the iPhone means you've got another choice for which digital helper to use. And it's closer than you might think.
Once scoffed at by photographers, in-camera digital enlargement is now a handy option to stretch zoom beyond what the lens can do.
With Samsung and Apple constantly striving to outdo each other, it's time to compare the Galaxy S8 and the iPhone 7 to see which phone is the true king of speed.
The Galaxy S8 looks like the sexier and smarter phone, but the G6 has a couple of advantages you shouldn't ignore.
How do the new Galaxy S8's cameras compare to the best Apple has to offer? Samsung's flagship is better, but not by much.
Samsung’s latest smartphone packs in a ton of new features and enhancements, but how does the Galaxy S8 measure up to Apple’s iPhone?
LG offers two compelling flagships in the sexy G6 and creative pro-friendly V20. Here's how they compare.
With the release of the new Moto G5 Plus, some people may be wondering if the price cuts on the G4 now make it an even better budget option. We examine the pros and cons of both here.
While the Google Pixel has a very capable camera, it gets soundly beat by the dual-shooters in LG's G6.
The Google Pixel takes stunning photos and offers great detail, but the iPhone 7 offers more natural colors and the Galaxy S7 is still the best all around.
Siri is deaf and Alexa is dumb, but Amazon's voice assistant is teachable and more versatile, which gives it an edge over Siri.
The LG V20 puts up a good fight against the Galaxy S7 and Huawei P9 in terms of photo quality, but it pulls ahead in the video department.
We put iPhone 7 Plus' optical zoom up against the Galaxy S7’s digital zoom, and there's a pretty big difference.
The iPhone 7’s camera is a real improvement, but Samsung's Galaxy S7 Edge is still the best smartphone camera, thanks to photos that are slightly sharper.