You'll be able to pick up the Android phone from Sony and retail partners in three colors.
If you're looking for a cheaper, pared-down version of the Samsung Galaxy S7, this is it.
No one likes your posts anyway, so buy a phone that cuts social media out of your diet and only gives you the necessities.
The prepaid Phoenix 3 will feature a 5-inch display, a 5-megapixel camera and Android Marshmallow.
The ZTE's Blade V8 Pro has long battery life and a budget price, but the Asus ZenFone 3 is simply better.
The Blade V8 Mini and Lite are 5-inch phones from ZTE that are expected to go easy on your wallet.
The screens on Sony's new midrange Android phones stretch right to the edge. There are sacrifices to be made, though.
A shiny chrome body and a camera that captures video at 960 frames per second make the XZ Premium a compelling phone.
Make the otherwise unremarkable Alcatel new A5 sparkly with a LED-covered case that can sync with your voice.
Its whopping 4,500mAh battery promises to last two days on a single charge.
This is one Honor phone that sticks to a traditional single camera.
Hand-made from aluminium, leather and ruby while including fully encrypted calls, the Vertu Constellation is the Android phone for the wealthy and paranoid.
The Ektra tries to be a great camera and a high-end phone at once, but it's not great at being either.
While it looks similar to the Redmi Note 4 unveiled in China late last year, the made-for-India Note 4 has a better camera and slight design tweaks.
ZTE's crowdsourced phone that's surprisingly not called Phoney McPhoneface is now official and packs pretty decent midrange specs for just $199.
The Asus ZenFone 3 Deluxe has a luxurious build that's overshadowed by bloatware and poor performance -- you're better off with the OnePlus 3T or a cheaper ZenFone 3.
The smaller of HTC's new U phones pairs software smarts with a more pocketable size and midrange price.
Oppo's R9s battery life and camera make it a great midprice buy, even if it isn't as buttery-smooth as more upmarket phones.