The Honor 6X goes all in on value, giving you dual rear cameras, a fingerprint sensor and other features usually reserved for higher-priced phones.
The olloclip Macro Pro lens set has good image quality and a range of macro zoom settings, but you'll need a steady hand with the longer macro zooms.
The olloclip Action lens set lets your iPhone zoom in or out, but at the cost of losing some features on the iPhone 7 Plus.
The olliclop core lens set offers some great photo possibilities, but at the cost of losing some features on the iPhone 7 Plus and being slightly awkward to use.
While it works only with the iPhone 7 Plus, this Kamerar kit gets you a macro, fish-eye and telephoto lens for less than $40.
The ZTE Max XL is a fantastic big-screen phone for budget-conscious buyers on Sprint, Boost and Virgin Mobile.
With top-notch performance, a stunningly good rear camera and a unique, eye-catching design, the U11 is the best phone HTC has made in years.
Samsung's $150, puck-shaped DeX station is the slickest attempt yet at turning a phone into a desktop, but this system is definitely a work in progress.
This Blu R1 Plus offers a big screen and decent camera along with better-than-average battery life for a cheap price.
It has some design quirks, but the Insta360 Air is an inexpensive gadget that lets Android smartphone owners take 360-degree photos and videos.
We love the design, front cam and stereo speakers on the HTC U Ultra, but its high price, short battery life and lack of its most important feature make it hard to fully recommend this phone.
Get the Google Pixel if you want a compact Android phone with a superior camera and a pure Android software experience.
The ZTE Blade V8 Pro's 12-hour battery life, dual rear cameras and fingerprint reader redefine what you should expect from a budget phone.
The Kyocera DuraForce Pro is one of the toughest, most durable phones you can get right now, but its camera and battery aren't great.
The ZTE Axon 7 punches well above its weight, delivering fast performance, a feature-rich camera and a stunning design for just $399.
Logitech's inexpensive air vent mount uses speech recognition to keep drivers' eyes on the road while they use their phones, but it could use some polish.
At just $179 for a big, 5.5-inch screen and fingerprint reader, Huawei's Ascend 5W looks enticing, but mediocre battery life and underexposed photos make the total package much less appetizing.
An included VR headset adds some appeal to this Windows 10 Mobile version of Alcatel's Idol 4S. But the experience is a little clunky and the battery life doesn't impress.
The $200 Le S3 impresses with an upscale design and big 5.5-inch full-HD screen, but its outdated OS, lack of a headphone jack and appalling battery life can't be ignored.
Great for big-screen-phone lovers, Huawei's Mate 9 packs a huge, 5.9-inch screen; class-leading performance; 12 hours of battery life; and the smarts to keep the phone speedy even months after you get it.
A bright display and Windows Continuum support make the Liquid Jade Primo an affordable option for Windows phone fans, but there's not enough here to attract Android or iOS switchers.
While a bit pricey and equipped with aging hardware, the HTC Bolt's aluminum, water-resistant body and fantastic audio are true highlights for Sprint customers.
The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro offers an unrivaled augmented-reality experience, a huge screen and solid battery life, but its sheer size is a turn-off.
The OnePlus 3T has an even faster CPU, 2 extra hours of battery life and a new 16-megapixel front cam, making this device the best phone for the money.