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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G review: The sequel is never as good

The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is a budget flagship phone, but its timing is not great and competition is fierce.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G is Samsung's latest budget flagship phone.

Google Pixel 6 review: Don’t overlook the cheaper Pixel

Cheaper means not as good, right? That's not necessarily accurate, as the $599 Pixel 6 proves in our review.
Back of the Pixel 6.

Honor 50 review: Honor’s back, and what’s old is new again

Honor's back with the Honor 50 phone, and this time it has brought Google along with it.
honor 50 review top in hand

Microsoft Surface Duo 2 review: A great second impression

The Microsoft Surface Duo 2 addresses most qualms we had with the original. It's both quirky and fun to use.
The Microsoft Surface Duo 2 has a unique two-screen design.

Nokia G50 review: Buy for the battery and software, not 5G

The Nokia G50 may have 5G, but it also has better, more useful features to get excited about.
The Nokia G50 in blue.

Motorola Moto G Pure review: Low in price, high in compromises

The Moto G Pure is Motorola's best value smartphone, but it comes with a boatload of compromises.
The Moto G Pure is a budget smartphone with a decent camera.

Motorola Edge 5G UW (2021) review: Battery for days and a superfast display

Motorola's Edge 5G UW makes for a compelling midrange phone with its connectivity and multiday battery life.
The Motorola Edge 5G UW on a desk

Vivo X70 Pro+ Review: Lives up to the promise, but just try finding one

The Vivo X70 Pro+ has an enviable spec sheet and a truly excellent camera, but can it live up to the promise?
The Vivo X70 Pro+ being taken out of a pocket.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro review: The best of the best

The iPhone 13 Pro is the best new model you can get thanks to an excellent camera and endless battery life.
iPhone 13 Pro upright feature image.

Fitbit Charge 5 review: A truly advanced fitness tracker

The Fitbit Charge 5 has a new look and impressive feature list packed into a wearable, user-friendly design.
Tapping a Fibit Charge 5 awake.
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