LG's G8 ThinQ is a powerful flagship phone undone by novelty features that aren't useful at all.
ZTE returns with a compelling inexpensive handset in the ZTE Blade Max View. But the company has some catching up to do to reclaim its budget dominance.
The Honor 7X condenses the full-screen experience down to an affordable package, making for one of the best-value phones of the year.
With its bold design, powerful performance and innovative features, the ROG Phone is one of Asus' most compelling smartphones to date.
CM Security Master looks great and has a rich slate of features, but its malware protection can vary.
The Mi Mix 3 has some quirks, but there's a lot of clever and powerful kit lurking beneath this slider phone's surface.
The Key2 LE makes BlackBerry's physical keyboard phone affordable, though it carries some compromises to hit its lower price.
Coolpad's Illumina is one of the cheapest phones money can buy, and we wouldn't wish it on our worst enemy.
LG has remixed the remix of its fall flagship. But are beefier specs enough to earn the company's latest V-series offering another look?
The Xperia XZ1 packs plenty of power and the latest version of Android, but this phone's bulky design, small battery and lack of a fingerprint sensor make it feel decidedly dated.
Huawei has done it again with the Mate 20 Pro, producing an exceptional camera wrapped in a sleek design with extra-long battery life.
Nokia has quietly released one of the most exciting inexpensive phones of the year in the Nokia 7.1, a well-designed phone that delivers first-rate performance.
The Razer Phone 2 offers good performance, excellent audio and a 120-Hz display, but the phone's camera still needs work.
Sony turned around and trotted out a successor to its Xperia XZ2 just a few months after that phone came out. Unfortunately, the Xperia XZ3 is a worse deal for buyers.
The V40 is an expensive camera phone that has a stunning display and solid performance, but its multiple cameras aren't great and the battery life is short.
This new iOS version improves notifications, security and even Siri, while giving you tools to manage your screen time.
Alcatel's latest budget offering doesn't have the design or performance to take on the best budget phones.
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.
Asus has put together a formidable rival to the OnePlus 6 in the ZenFone 5Z. But a derivative design and clunky software keep it from being the best.
The Oppo Find X is arguably the most beautiful phone ever, and its stealth camera impresses, but this flagship has some weaknesses.
Motorola's latest modular flagship may one day take us to an exciting 5G future, but it's an old soul at heart.
With Android 9 Pie, Google has gifted its OS with intelligent features that don't feel like gimmicks and produced a suite of tools to promote a healthy lifestyle.
Vivo's flagship Nex S has made headlines for its in-display fingerprint sensor, pop-up selfie camera and bezel-free design. But for all its innovations, this phone is far from perfect.
Asus' latest midrange ZenFone packs four cameras and a powerful processor, but unpolished software keeps it from being our favorite handset under $300.
The range-topping Xperia XZ2 Premium adds a 4K display and dual cameras to Sony's formidable Android flagship, but the phone remains stuck in the past.
Budget phones are getting faster and cheaper, but Alcatel's $150 phone isn't worth even that low price.