The Galaxy A50 offers a big and colorful screen, solid performance and a sleek design for just $350 — even if its camera isn't quite as nice as the Pixel 3a's.
The Pixel 3 is the ultimate expression of Android, and proof that AI done right can make your life easier.
The Mate 30 Pro features some of the best hardware innovations of the year, but you can’t ignore the Google-shaped hole.
The classic Motorola Razr gets a bold redesign with a foldable screen and a pocket-friendly size, but it's pricey.
The Honor 9X offers just enough frills to make this smartphone desirable, while delivering the basics at a jaw dropping price.
With a flagship-caliber camera, the most innovative features Android offers and great battery life, the Pixel 3a rewrites the rules of what a midrange phone should be.
The Galaxy S8's solid performance, good cameras and long battery life make it a compelling sub-$500 Android phone.
The iPhone XS is faster and takes better pictures than its predecessor, but the iPhone XS Max hogs the spotlight with its ginormous 6.5-inch display.
The Pixel 4 XL introduces plenty of new hardware changes to Google’s big-screen phone, including a second rear camera. But the software is the real standout.
The Galaxy S10 Plus is one of the best phones money can buy, with an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, improved cameras and extra-long battery life.
The iPhone XR delivers fast performance, great cameras and longer battery life than other flagship phones, all in a colorful and affordable package.
For less than $700, the OnePlus 7 Pro offers a gorgeous design, stunning display, powerful performance, solid cameras and a stellar version of Android.
The 6.1-inch Galaxy S10 is the middle child of the S10 lineup, but don't sleep on this powerful smartphone or its beautiful display.
The Pixel 3 XL delivers one of the best cameras on a phone and an immersive 6.3-inch OLED screen for an affordable price.
Motorola's latest midrange offering doubles down on performance and packs a killer display, but so-so battery life and an awkward design hold this phone back.
The Asus ZenFone 6 features an innovative swivel camera, but the superior performance and battery life is the real appeal.
The Nokia 4.2 is a very smart-looking, attractively priced budget phone — but its charming exterior conceals middling hardware.
It's overshadowed by the P30 Pro, but Huawei's other phone offers a lot of the same power and photography potential at an appealing price.
The Galaxy Note 9 doesn't wow with innovations, but its bigger battery, beefier storage, water cooling and AI camera should satisfy power users.
Palm is back with a tiny phone that's designed to get you to spend less time with your mobile devices. But the finished product doesn't quite deliver.
The Moto Z4 marries a premium design and display with good-enough performance and solid battery life. It's a decent alternative to the Pixel 3a — so long as you don't need the best camera.
This affordable Android flagship sports a lightning-fast in-display fingerprint sensor and powerful performance for half the price of its rivals.
The LG V50 ThinQ delivers faster 5G speeds where Sprint's network is available. But that's not enough to justify its steep price, especially when you consider its poor battery life and dated design.
Google's Pixel 3a XL promises the photographic prowess of the Pixel 3 XL in a phone that costs hundreds of dollars less. And from what we've seen, the Pixel 3a XL delivers.
Google Fi combines a trio of networks into a first-class wireless service with an unparalleled customer experience, though it’s not the cheapest option out there.
The Moto G7 Power may be the middle child in the family, but it also happens to be the best cheap phone in Motorola's lineup.
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