We go hands-on with the same phone Samsung is giving the world's best athletes for the 2016 Olympic Games.
The Dick Tracey style smartwatch runs Android and is equipped with GPS, Wi-Fi and 3G cellular capabilities.
The entry-level 5.5-inch Android phone takes a spin on the typical camera app with some software that turns photos into digital Polaroid shots.
Chinese smartphone maker Meizu is known for its liberal usage of Apple designs, and its latest phone is no different, though with some added features.
The updated HTC One M9 packs speed and software improvements into a handset that remains lustworthy in middle age, but it doesn't exceed the competition where it counts.
The ZTE Grand X will satisfy your basic smartphone needs, but the carrier has better prepaid handsets at the same price, if not cheaper.
Although its flash-equipped front camera is eye-catching, its image results aren't as impressive as I'd hoped. Still, the flash will illuminate your face where other phones can't, and the Desire Eye comes with fun software, is well-specced and waterproof too.
The Kyocera Hydro Life delivers useful features for a low price, but its disappointing performance makes it worth considering only if you absolutely need a water-resistant smartphone.
The One E8 offers the high-end HTC experience in glossy colors and a plastic case, but without a unique selling point, there's little reason to buy this expensive device.
The Motorola Moto E is unquestionably cheap and has a set of specs that makes it more than capable of handling your basic everyday tasks. Its price, however, isn't much lower than the Moto G, which has a better camera, more powerful processor, improved screen and longer battery life. Unless you're shopping on a very tight budget, the Moto G is still the best value phone around.
Available today on T-Mobile and on May 19 for MetroPCS, the entry-level Concord II sports a 4-inch screen, a 5-megapixel camera, and Android 4.3.
The HTC Desire 816's combination of solid design and quality performance strikes all the right chords to make it a compelling phone for its price.
At $219 unlocked, the Andy AC5's 13-megapixel camera and quad-core processor may look tempting, but other handsets perform better overall.
Skip the ZTE Prelude altogether and nab another inexpensive prepaid handset, like the Nokia Lumia 521 or LG Optimus F6.
Though the Kyocera Hydro Plus is an inexpensive water-resistant phone with an included music service, skip it for better and even cheaper splash-proof alternatives.
Equipped with a 3.5-inch screen, 3G capabilities, and a 3-megapixel camera, the Valet is a bare bones smartphone from ZTE.
The YotaPhone's second screen is an interesting concept and one I'm quite keen on. Both the E Ink screen and the rest of the phone need serious refinement, however.
With emphasis on the Nubia 5S and 5S Mini's camera specs, ZTE's new handsets aim for photo aficionados.