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.
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.
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.
The new Android flagship phones come in two screen sizes and aim to improve a Nexus weak spot: the camera.
Don't buy the Galaxy Note 7, and return it if you've already bought it.
If you want a big screen phone that lasts and lasts, the Oppo R9 Plus has the right price.
At $400, the OnePlus 3 is the best budget Android phone you can buy, with a premium look and feel, and performance fast enough to go head-to-head with any high-end handset on the market.
The Oppo R9 manages to ape the iPhone 6S' look and feel, but it lacks the performance and capabilities to measure up as a must-get phone.
Get the HTC 10 if you want a phone that delivers great audio. For all your other needs, look elsewhere.
While the rest of us wait for the iPhone 7 later this year, the iPhone SE is a great choice for small phone fans looking for an 'iPhone 6S Mini.'
The gorgeous Galaxy S7 Edge makes the best Android phone that much better.
Samsung, LG and Apple aren't the only ones with new phones. Here's everything we've heard so far about HTC's next big release, the rumored One M10.
The Verizon-exclusive Droid Turbo 2 delivers on its promise of an uncrackable screen -- and it's a great all-around Android phone, too.
The LG-built Google Nexus 5X is a fantastic pick for people who want a relatively small, lightweight smartphone with excellent value for money.
Buy the Lenovo Zuk Z1 only if you're in need of super long battery life and don't care about camera quality. Otherwise, there are more well-rounded options available.
The Nexus 6P doesn't have the most inspiring design, but when it comes to hardware prowess, value for money and Google extras, this best-ever Nexus is hard to beat.
With its good screen, strong processor and solid camera, the Honor 6 Plus is well-equipped for most all the social-networking fun you could want and doesn't ask for much cash in return. It's a shame about its clunky, outdated software, though, which does somewhat take the shine off.