This midrange phone from China will let you take selfies that can smooth out your pores.
iPhone X is an overdue and winning evolution of the iPhone, but you’ll need to leave your comfort zone to make a jump into the face-recognizing future.
The HTC U11 Plus is a touch bigger than its predecessor, but it still keeps the quirky squeezy navigation thing.
The sensible, speedy iPhone 8 makes a nice upgrade to the iPhone 6S and earlier siblings, but we won't know until November how it compares to the much pricier iPhone X.
The Mi Note 3 sacrifices screen size and processor power to shrink its price tag.
Did you forget about the Android One initiative? Xiaomi's inexpensive new phone, with its rear cameras and surprisingly powerful CPU, is here to remind you.
Those looking to try out optical zoom on smartphones can look towards the ZenFone 3 Zoom, but bear in mind the user experience isn't the best.
Moto makes another bid to be your Goldilocks phone.
The midrange Android phone has an attractive metal body and a 23-megapixel camera.
Both phones let you 3D scan your friend's face to set as your wallpaper or print into figurines.
Never having heard of the word overkill, the Taiwanese company debuts phones with dual-cameras either in front or in the back.
But with their low-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processors, the ZenFone 4 Max and Max Pro phones don't offer much else.
Would you photograph better with front selfie dual-cameras? Asus seems to think so.
The $129 Blade Z Max is a dual-camera phone with a huge screen and a fingerprint reader.
The Alcatel Idol 5s is an otherwise great budget phone, but the battery is its Achilles’ heel.
The phone also packs a dual camera and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor.
Depth-sensing cameras and high-end specs add up to a lot of Android potential. If only there were more AR/VR apps.
The Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus are special edition versions of the popular Moto G5 and G5 Plus with better cameras and a larger displays.