Phone Reviews

Nokia 4.2 review

The Nokia 4.2 has good battery life, uncluttered Android One software that delivers fast updates, and a design and build that doesn’t match its $189 price tag. But performance throws the phone under the bus.
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Google Pixel 3 review

Google’s Pixel 3 smartphone is the best Android phone you can buy. It doesn’t have the best looks or the best hardware, but you’ll be hard pressed to find better software and unique A.I. functionalities.
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iPhone 11 Pro review: The best camera on the best phone

The iPhone 11 Pro is the best phone money can buy right now. A beefier battery and cameras that set the bar put Apple's latest at the top of the pack.

Samsung Galaxy A50 review: Value flagship

The Samsung Galaxy A50 has a beefy battery, a big screen, a slick software experience, and solid performance. At just $350, it’s an exceptional phone. Here’s our review.

Light Phone 2 review: Not the cure for smartphone addiction

Is your constant smartphone use bothering you? Are you looking for a break? The Light Phone 2 is a basic phone that promises exactly that, but at a high price.
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Samsung Galaxy Fold review: Wait for the next generation

The Galaxy Fold feels like the future of phones, but it's very much like a prototype that's for early adopters -- and it's too expensive.
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Google Pixel 4 XL review: Remarkable phone, small battery

Google's Pixel 4 XL is a powerful Android phone with an excellent screen, a killer camera, and smart software, but it falters on one point - battery life.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus review: The details matter

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 Plus has anything and everything you’d want in a smartphone. From a gorgeous HDR10+ screen that you can’t stop looking at, to an in-display fingerprint sensor that actually works, it’s awesome. But is it worth $1,000?

Samsung Galaxy S10e review

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus are joined with a new entry into the Galaxy S family -- the Galaxy S10e. It's a more affordable phone compared to the rest of the lineup.

LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen review

Don't call the LG G8X ThinQ a foldable phone. It's also not a mega-expensive phone. It's a multi-tasking device with a fun gaming side, too.
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Moto Z3 review

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Red Magic 3 review

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Moto Z4 review