Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in phones.

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge review

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge is the first major flagship of 2016, and it impresses with killer specs and super powers like water resistance and a great low-light camera. Here’s our review. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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Motorola Droid Maxx 2 Review

  • Amazing battery life
  • Solid Build
  • Large 5.5-inch screen
  • Near stock Android experience
  • Quick charging
  • Average camera
  • Mono sound
  • Quick charger costs extra
Our Score 8

OnePlus X Review

  • Gorgeous design
  • Low $250 price
  • Stunning AMOLED screen
  • Slim and lightweight
  • Almost stock Android OS
  • Limited U.S. LTE support
  • No NFC/Android Pay
  • You need an invitation to buy one
  • Slippery, fragile glass design
Our Score 7

LG Nexus 5X Review

  • Fantastic fingerprint sensor
  • More affordable $430 price
  • Battery lasts less than a day
  • Camera has focusing issues
  • Plastic design
  • Interface becomes laggy after several weeks use
Our Score 5

LG V10 Review

  • The best smartphone camera we’ve used
  • Durable metal body
  • Gorgeous Quad HD screen
  • Manual camera and video mode
  • Fast fingerprint sensor
  • Fast performance
  • Second screen fails to hold attention
  • It’s big and heavy
Our Score 8

BlackBerry Priv Review

  • Solid build quality with gorgeous display
  • Runs Android and Google Play Store!
  • Hub is an excellent productivity tool
  • Wireless charging and Android Pay capable
  • Slide-out QWERTY keyboard
  • Camera is noisy in low-light
  • Productivity Tab should do more
  • Physical keyboard adds girth
  • No backward compatibility with BB10
Our Score 7

Acer Liquid Jade Z Review

  • Nice display with good contrast
  • Thin and light
  • Wider aperture for camera
  • Dual nano SIM and microSD slot
  • Feels cheap
  • Camera performance is a mixed bag
  • Runs on Android 4.4 KitKat
  • Battery life
Our Score 6

Marshall London Review

  • Unique, eye-catching design
  • Fantastic audio ability
  • Excellent battery life
  • Poor screen
  • Average camera
  • Expensive
Our Score 6

HTC One A9 Review

  • Gorgeous all-metal design
  • Fingerprint sensor with Android Pay
  • MicroSD card slot for expandable storage
  • Nearly pure Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • Weak processor
  • Poor battery life
  • $500 is too much
Our Score 7