The LG G6 is still a decent phone if you can find it cheap.
With a long list of features you want and only a few that you don't, there is no better budget phone than Motorola's Moto G5 Plus.
At a new low price, the Essential Phone offers serious bang-for-the-buck -- but only patient power users should bite.
Light users will do fine with Samsung's entry-level Galaxy J3, but you'll want a higher-powered phone if you plan to keep it around for two years or more.
The LG K8 and K5 will be available in emerging markets later this year.
Unless you want the thinnest smartphone on the block, the more powerful HTC One and Droid Maxx are better buys.
ZTE's crowdsourced phone that's surprisingly not called Phoney McPhoneface is now official and packs pretty decent midrange specs for just $199.
While the company had the slimmest phone at Mobile World Congress last year, Gionee has chosen to chase features this time around while still keeping a thin profile.
Huawei wants the Honor 5C to catch your eye with its brushed-metal chassis -- and then reel you in with its £150 price tag.
Samsung Galaxy S III (unlocked)
Qualcomm's speedy 820 processor makes its first handset appearance with a company you've never heard of.
The Lenovo Phab2 Plus might not pack Google's Project Tango technology found in the Phab2 Pro, but its 13-megapixel rear camera does some augmented-reality tricks.
The new phone, which boasts hearty specs for its price, is expected to launch in the US very soon.
Gionee's newly unveiled S8 makes an appearance at Mobile World Congress touting a feature that previously belonged only to Apple's phones.
Samsung's Rugby Pro makes a good, affordable choice for people seeking a more rugged smartphone, but it won't satisfy those who need an ultradurable frame.
The LG G3 S may come with the same name and physical design as its flagship brother, but the similarities are only skin deep. The G3 S's specs have been watered down in every way, making this little more than a low-end phone in a high-end body with a mid-range price.
With its huge screen and throwback stylus, the Samsung Galaxy Note is a polarizing smartphone that winks at tablet territory. Those who like their screens XL will find a top-notch device that lets multimedia shine. The S Pen adds some artistic potential, but for some, the phone will just simply be too big.
Pumped with high-performing hardware and creative software features, the Samsung Galaxy S3 is an excellent, top-end phone that's neck and neck with the HTC One X.