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Sony Xperia Z3v review

  • Waterproof
  • Bright, crisp screen
  • Decent battery life
  • Great camera
  • Slippery glass back
  • Only available at two carriers
  • Too many unnecessary apps
Our Score 8
User Score 0

HTC Desire Eye review

  • Dual 13-megapixel cameras
  • Attractive, water-resistant design
  • Dual front-facing speakers
  • Near high-end performance at a mid-range price
  • MicroSD slot for expanded storage
  • Battery life isn’t great
  • Cameras are good, but not the best
  • Sealed battery
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge review

  • Edge perfects multitasking
  • Unique design proves useful
  • A more accurate S-Pen
  • Same high-end specs as Note 4
  • Limited number of Edge apps
  • Edge gets in the way sometimes
  • Steep price
Our Score 8
User Score 10

Google Nexus 6 review

  • Android 5.0 Lollipop is beautiful and useful
  • As powerful as phones come
  • Gorgeous AMOLED screen
  • Fantastic speaker sound
  • Decent battery life
  • Tough to hold due to large size
  • Screen discolors at angles
  • No MicroSD support
  • Double the price of last year’s Nexus
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Vertu Aster review

  • Superb design
  • Much improved camera
  • Excellent battery life
  • High-class materials and build quality
  • Expensive for mere mortals
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Motorola Droid Turbo review

  • Industry leading battery life
  • Gorgeous AMOLED screen
  • Will get Android Lollipop
  • Comfortable design
  • A tad heavy to hold
  • Smart screen wakes up too frequently
  • No MicroSD
Our Score 9
User Score 0

Asus PadFone X Mini review

  • Two devices for the price of one
  • Small size is great for portability
  • Double the battery life
  • Terribly dim screen
  • Bulky and heavy design
  • Low-res camera
  • Rough transition from phone to tablet
Our Score 6
User Score 0

Sharp Aquos Crystal review

  • Bezel-free screen
  • Refreshing design
  • Decent battery life
  • Mid-range specs
  • Not-so good camera
  • Awkward front-facing camera position
Our Score 7
User Score 0

Editor Phone Reviews

Picking a new phone can be confusing and overwhelming and, if you're on a standard wireless plan, you're going to be doing it every two years or so. The answer to the question "What phone should I buy" depends on your carrier, the operating system you prefer, and the app and content ecosystem you're most tied into. Rather than ask you a bunch of crazy questions, we organize our reviews to address the big ones and break down the details that will matter. Don't understand why dual-core phones might be better quad-cores, what LTE is, or why Android phones all have such different interfaces? Don't worry about it; we get paid for this stuff. We'll explain it.

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