Apple may have skipped flashy extras on this year's phones, but the iPhone 11 is the best midtier model the company's ever made.
The Galaxy A51 proves that Samsung can make a good $400 phone that people will actually want to use.
The new iPhone SE looks like an iPhone 8 but works like Apple's top-of-the line iPhone 11 Pro and costs only $399.
Premium, pocketable and packed with all the features you need to level up your photography and power you through the day.
The Galaxy S10E is a terrific value for a compact, powerhouse phone, although it can't beat the OnePlus 6T's $550 price.
The Motorola Razr is the most personal phone I've ever used. The foldable screen clamshell shape opens the door to redefining our relationship with mobile devices and how we use them. But I won't be buying one.
If you have $100 to spend on a phone, you need one that covers its bases. Fortunately, the Galaxy A01 can do that.
The iPhone XR is the best iPhone for the price, delivering most of the advantages of the iPhone XS for hundreds less.
Samsung closed the camera gap with rivals and created a top-of-the-line phone for people who want the best Android has to offer.
While we'd still recommend the iPhone XR first, the XS has some extras worth noting.
The Moto G7 is the best budget phone we've tried hands down.
Though not water repellant like the Moto G7, the Galaxy A50 is worth the extra $50 for its superior camera and enduring battery.
The middle of Samsung's new Galaxy S20 devices is powerful and large, without being ridiculous.
As the cheaper OnePlus phone, the OnePlus 8 doesn't have as many features. But it succeeds at keeping the ones that matter.
The Moto G Power has one job and it's to never run out of battery power.
The Moto G Stylus is a beautiful phone and offers a solid value for the price.
iPhone X remains a winning evolution of the iPhone, and is worth a look -- if you can still find it on sale.
If you don't buy the LG V60's Dual Screen case, the phone is a cheaper (but more boring) alternative to the Galaxy S20.