Easily the most beautiful phone Huawei has ever made, the gleaming metal Huawei Mate S has all the specs you covet -- like a large, 5.5-inch high-def screen -- and a ton of gestures you just don't see on other phones.
Battery, battery, battery. The Lenovo Vibe P1 has 5,000mAh of it and the P1m goes for 4,000mAh. A side switch that helps save you even more power makes this one of the most promising long-life phones around.
A 7-inch phone sounds like a joke. It isn't. The Lenovo Phab and Phab Plus measure 6.8 and 6.98 inches respectively. These budget devices trade specs for screen space in pursuit of the best of both phone and tablet worlds.
Giga-who? Three new handsets from upstart Gigaset feature 5 or 5.5-inch displays, fingerprint sensors and quick auto-focus. The entry-level and midrange Gigaset phones have 13-megapixel cameras, while the Pro packs a 20-megapixel shooter.
Archos is hoping to tempt European buyers with its new midrange Diamond S, which comes at a pretty low price of £160 (which converts to $250 or AU$350, although US and Australian launches are yet to be announced).
Onboard you'll get a 1.5GHz octa-core processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage. It shoots pictures with a 16-megapixel camera. Its 5-inch display has a modest 720p resolution, and will run Android 5.1.
The Android-powered Archos 50e Helium (left) and the Windows-powered Archos 50 Cesium will also hit Europe soon, and offers users a choice between both operating systems for just £99 -- that converts to around $155 and AU$215, although again, US and Australian launches are yet to be announced.
The 50 Cesium is powered by Windows 10 Mobile, while the 50e Helium takes on Android 5.1 Lollipop. Both phones support 4G LTE for fast data, have 5-inch 720p displays and are powered by a 1.1GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 processor.
Other specs include a meager 1GB of RAM and just 8GB of onboard storage. The rear cameras shoot 8-megapixel images and come with LED flash and autofocus capabilities.