The Moto E4 is the cheapest Motorola phone but doesn't compromise too much on its amenities.
This year’s Galaxy J3 is a lukewarm rehash of last year’s great budget phone. Go for the Moto E4 instead.
The Nokia 3 sacrifices too much processing power to achieve its low price. You’re better off spending a bit more on the Motorola Moto G5.
With a neat design, a low price and power enough for the essentials, the Nokia 5 is budget Android done well.
The phone features a fingerprint reader, Android Nougat and a 13-megapixel camera.
It's not just the flagship G6 that gets LG's edge-to-edge display.
You won’t be picking this one up for squeezable sides. You’ll be picking up the HTC U11 for the performance and the design.
The OnePlus 5 is outstanding, especially for the price; no other phone gives you the same bang for the buck.
When all you want is to make voice calls, this phone can provide HD Voice between compatible phones and Wi-Fi calling when cellular signal is spotty. It also claims 10 days worth of battery life in standby mode.
The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is a powerhouse of a phone, but it's looking tired against today's rivals, making it tough to justify the cost.
A portrait mode for selfies gives the midprice Honor 9 a little something extra.
5,000mAh means serious battery business.
The phones come with Android 7 Nougat and have a 2-megapixel camera with a selfie flash.
One of Samsung's most important phones -- ever -- is rumored to have two cameras on the back and a stylus with a built-in speaker.
The Max XL features Android Nougat and is available prepaid on Boost and Virgin.
The Motorola Moto G5 Plus is the better budget phone in nearly every way. Get the Huawei Honor 6X only if you really want a dual rear camera.
The Moto G5 is the phone to get if you want an everyday phone for as little possible, but if you want higher-end features like NFC then go for the G5 Plus.
Despite some criticisms, the P10's lovely design and brilliant camera make it a very compelling choice -- as long as you can stomach the cost.