The Samsung Galaxy S23 isn’t a revolutionary update to Samsung’s flagship phone. But with a much better chipset, brighter display and a still affordable price, there’s plenty to like about the S23.
The latest edition Motorola Edge Plus shows Motorola can build a premium phone — but can it beat the competition? Here's how the Motorola Edge Plus (2023) performed in our testing.
The iPhone 13’s brighter display, longer battery life and powerful cameras make it the best iPhone value at its reduced price.
With a fast refresh rate, improved main camera and Tensor G2 processor, the Pixel 7a is Google’s best midrange phone yet. But the competition is tougher, too.
The Samsung Galaxy A54 is currently the best phone you can buy for less than $500, offering a bright and colorful 120Hz display, a solid 50MP camera and over 10 hours of battery life.
It's a crying shame that the Xiaomi 13 Ultra won’t be sold in either the U.S. or U.K., because it may just be the new king of camera phones.
The ROG Phone 7 Ultimate delivers an outstanding gaming experience in a long-lasting device. But only so-so cameras and limited software support might make you consider other devices.
The Honor Magic Vs could have been a great foldable if not for a delayed global launch. As a result, it's a good phone with an uncertain future.
Google's Pixel 7 is another great camera phone from the company. But it's the updated Tensor chip that's the real standout in this new release.
The iPhone 13 Pro Max’s stellar cameras, 120Hz ProMotion display and longer battery life add up to a practically perfect phone in our testing.
The Google Pixel 6 delivers the best Android experience for the money with superb cameras, a unique design and Android 12. But there's some flaws compared to the best from Samsung and Apple.
The Galaxy Z Flip 4 is a marked improvement over its predecessor in many ways, especially battery life. But it's not without its faults.
The iPhone 14 Pro Max’s clever Dynamic Island, powerful cameras, always-on display and super long battery life make it the best phone money can buy.
The new iPhone SE delivers the fastest performance and great photos for an affordable price, if you can live with a small screen.
The iPhone 14 Plus delivers an immersive 6.7-inch display and extra-long battery life in a refreshingly lightweight design.
There's stepped up competition for the best bargain phone, thanks to the iPhone SE and Galaxy A53. But the Google Pixel 6a tops both, thanks to its great photo features and a new Tensor chipset.
The Galaxy S23 Plus makes some welcome upgrades over its predecessor, including much better battery life, stronger camera software and a brighter display. With the new silicon, it’s a powerhouse.
Oppo's Find N2 Flip is a small foldable with fewer compromises, using a larger outer display and other enhanced specs to increase the usefulness of its flexible design.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 delivers a better multitasking experience and improved cameras in a (slightly) sleeker design.
The OnePlus 11 is a great phone with tons of power, better cameras than ever, awesome battery life and an insanely good starting price.
The Moto G Play (2023) suffers from poor performance, lackluster cameras, and an underwhelming display. Save up for something a bit better than this sub-$200 handset.
The RedMagic 8 Pro continues to strengthen the phone maker’s reputation for power and gaming features. But Red Magic really needs to sort out the software and photography experience with its phones.
The Motorola Edge 2022 enters a very competitive market for midrange phones under $500. And while it does a few things well enough, Motorola’s phone can’t outshine less expensive devices.