Editors' Choice

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

Nexus 6P review

Google is back with another phablet this year: the Nexus 6P. It’s the first Huawei phone to run pure Android, and its sleek metal build, lightning fast fingerprint sensor, and zippy performance make it the best Nexus… See Full Review »

Our Score 8.5

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Samsung Alias SCH-u740 Review

  • Dual band (800/1900) EV-DO network compatibility;…
  • Crowded and confusing keypad; not AAC music file…
Our Score 6.5

Jitterbug Dial Review

  • Simple to use; uncluttered handset; large and…
  • Expensive; cannot change speakerphone support;…
Our Score 8.5

Nokia 5300 Review

  • Tri-band (900/1800/1900); WMA
  • AAC
  • MP3 music player; 12-hour music playback; stero…
  • MicroSD slot under battery cover; not PlaysForSure…
Our Score 7.5

Samsung SCH-u620 Review

  • V CAST Mobile TV and Music; 2-inch LCD screen;…
  • Short TV battery time; no Bluetooth stereo for TV;…
Our Score 7.5

Sanyo M1 Review

  • Built-in 1 GB flash memory; MP3 player; external…
  • Complicated music operation; no external memory…
Our Score 6.5

LG VX9400 Review

  • V CAST Mobile TV & Music; 2.2" swivel T-bar…
  • Awkward screen position for phone calls; arbitrary…
Our Score 9

Palm Treo 750 Review

  • Quad-band world compatibility; MS Direct &MS…
  • Complicated operation; tightly packed keyboard; no…
Our Score 6

Sony Ericsson K790a Review

  • World connectivity; 3.2 MP camera w/ Carl Zeiss…
  • Candybar body style; no separate "end" or "send"…
Our Score 8.5