After the Galaxy Note 7 went down in flames, all eyes are on Samsung's next big phone.
Next year's iPhone may skip the 'S' model completely and move straight to a radical redesign for its 10th anniversary in 2017. Here's what we know so far.
The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is a cool toy for developers to unlock the potential of augmented reality but it's not worth buying as a phone.
The DTEK60 is a fast, capable phone. Its focus on productivity and security will make business users quite happy. As for the rest of us, the phone is rather vanilla.
This is our new favorite budget Android, but if you have the OnePlus 3, you don't need to upgrade.
The Xiaomi Mi Mix is a glimpse of the all-screen future of phones. But Xiaomi needs to improve on basics like the camera and find a way to make more of these before we can wholeheartedly recommend it.
The extremely affordable LeEco Pro 3 is a satisfactory phone, but its unpolished UI makes the OnePlus 3 the better, safer bet.
HTC's Bolt is a decent handset plagued by a lot of small problems. You're better off with a different phone.
The LG V20 is the best phone you can buy with a removable battery, and its audio recording prowess is a cherry on top, but skip the phone if neither is a priority.
Sony's Xperia X Compact is a small phone with an excellent camera, but it lacks some creature comforts, like waterproofing and, in the US, a fingerprint sensor.
Those looking to replace the exploding Galaxy Note 7 will love Xiaomi's new 5.7-inch phone -- the curved glass on both the front and back looks really classy.
The company adds physical dials and packs more megapixels into this phone's camera in a bid to win photographers' hearts.
The Sony Xperia XZ is a decent all-round phone, but it doesn't offer any competition to its main rival, the Galaxy S7. Its high price means the XZ isn't the phone to go for.
If you're wary of Samsung or looking for a worthy iPhone alternative, the Google Pixel is the high-end Android phone to get.
Get Google's fantastic Pixel XL if you can cough up the cash and simply want more pure Android goodness on a bigger screen.
If you're willing to use MetroPCS' network, the ZTE ZMax Pro is a great big-screen phone for cheap.
The Huawei Honor 8 is a likable midprice phone with some extra perks, but its short battery life holds it back.
The Google Pixel and Pixel XL are packed with features like Google Assistant, Daydream VR support and what Google claims is the best smartphone camera. What are the differences? There aren't many and that's good.