Editors' Choice

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

OnePlus 7 Pro review

OnePlus has delivered its biggest, and fastest smartphone ever in the OnePlus 7 Pro. It’s also more expensive than before, with a $750 price tag hanging from the most technically impressive model. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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Nokia 9 PureView Review

  • Camera is fun to use
  • Good display
  • Unique, eye-turning design
  • Strong performance
  • Clean Android One software with timely updates
  • Slow image processing
  • Poor in-display fingerprint sensor
  • Battery life could be better
Our Score 7

LG V50 ThinQ Review

  • Strong screen
  • Versatile cameras
  • Promise of 5G
  • Video portrait mode is fun
  • Bigger battery
  • Light-up 5G logo looks tacky
  • Dual-screen attachment not coming to the U.S.
  • Hardly different from last year’s V40
  • User interface could use some work

Samsung Galaxy S10 5G Review

  • Gorgeous display
  • Beefy battery
  • Fantastic build quality
  • Strong camera system
  • ToF sensors add genuine value
  • Expensive
  • No secure face unlock

Huawei Mate X Review

  • Software leaves a strong first impression
  • Excellent build quality
  • Masses of appeal for early adopters and tech fans
  • Compelling use as a media machine
  • Hugely expensive
  • Questionable every day use cases
  • No 5G network to use with it

Sirin Labs Finney Review

  • Distinct, attractive design
  • Comprehensive range of cryptocurrency tools
  • Unique smartphone features for experienced…
  • Highly secure version of Android
  • Average camera
  • Limited appeal for those with only a passing…
  • Cold storage wallet screen is fiddly to use
Our Score 6

Nokia 3.1 Plus Review

  • Good design, great build quality
  • Excellent battery life
  • Solid performance
  • Affordable
  • Mostly untouched Android 9 Pie software
  • Only on Cricket Wireless
  • Poor camera
  • Slow, finicky fingerprint sensor
  • Dim display
Our Score 6

Honor View 20 Review

  • Beautiful design
  • Hole-punch screen is a winner
  • Very powerful
  • Highly capable 48-megapixel camera
  • Competitive price
  • Software still has drawbacks
  • No water resistance
  • No U.S. release yet
Our Score 8

ZTE Blade Max View Review

  • Great battery life
  • 2TB external storage option
  • Good display for a budget phone
  • Capable camera
  • Back panel attracts fingerprints
  • Ships with Android 7.1
  • Sluggish performance
Our Score 6