The Samsung Galaxy S21 delivers better cameras, faster performance and a sleeker design for a lower price, but there's some trade-offs.
The Redmi Note 11 Pro 5G could really use more CPU oomph, but this budget phone gives you a display and charging speeds worthy of far more expensive phones.
The Galaxy Z Flip 3 is here and at $999 it’s the most affordable phone yet. You get a bigger cover display, enhanced durability and better performance. But the battery life is bad.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 delivers a more durable design than before, S Pen support and better multitasking features, but the battery life and price could be better.
The OnePlus Nord N20 is surprisingly powerful for a $282 phone. It also looks far nicer than any other budget device. But its cameras and software update policy will let you down.
Like the Galaxy S21, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus gets a lot of things right. It’s a big-screen phone with a beautiful display and capable cameras.
The Galaxy S20 FE packs all the best features of the Galaxy S20 into a more affordable package, but there are some trade-offs if you get this phone.
The OnePlus 9 Pro is peak OnePlus. It’s a big, beautiful, and powerful phone that does just about everything right.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is a beast of a phone with a 6.9-inch 120Hz display, a 108MP camera with super-long zoom and 5G standard, but its hard to justify the price tag.
The Microsoft Surface Duo feels truly innovative, but its myriad software inconsistencies, outdated hardware and subpar camera — all for an exorbitant price — betray its inspired design.
Though not exactly portable, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 13 is a long-lasting Android tablet that's great for watching movies, playing games, and doing creative work.
The Pixel 4a is a nearly perfect Android phone for the perfect price, though a new phone has taken its place.
If you want 5G connectivity, the Google Pixel 4a 5G delivers in a more affordable package than the similar Pixel 5.
The Galaxy A32 5G is a great cheap 5G option, especially in the US. For $280, you get a big phone that has a lot to offer, despite shortcomings like a subpar display and middling performance.
The Vivo x60 Pro, the phone maker’s most fully-featured flagship, brings back a unique miniature camera gimbal that stands out among other hit-and-miss features.
The Zenfone 8 is a little powerhouse, featuring top-end specs, good cameras, and a nice display, all in a compact package.
The affordable Moto G Power offers amazing battery life for under $250, though we'd recommend the newer version
If you don't mind losing out on power and looks, the Moto g10 provides for your basic phone needs competently at a great low price.
The ROG Phone 5 Ultimate is the peak of gaming phones, packed with 18GB of RAM, extra touch sensors, and a special edition colorway. But it’s available in limited numbers.
Big and beautiful, the Nokia 8.3 5G ultimately fails to stand out due to a lack of premium features and a mediocre camera.
ESET Parental Control for Android handles web filtering and location tracking well, but there's no call or text monitoring at all.
Samsung’s smaller Galaxy Note 20 ditches flashy features for a lower price — and it’s better for it.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is the best iPad alternative and one of the best Android tablets we've ever seen.
Screen Time is great at managing kids' smartphone time, but some other parental-control features cost extra.