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Honor 9X Pro Review: A noble attempt

The Honor 9X Pro's low price definitely makes it good value considering the specifications, but there are some major downsides that make it hard to recommend.
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Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Review: An on-trend phone, but not always in a good way

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro may not have the usual lower price tag associated with the brand, but it does have all the right tech expected on a top 2020 smartphone.
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Huawei P40 Pro review: The best camera on a phone

The Huawei P40 Pro looks and feels better than the majority of other flagship phones in 2020, and has an amazing camera, but there's a risk in buying one.
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Google Pixel 4 XL review: Six months later, it’s an affordable flagship

Google's Pixel 4 XL is a powerful and smart Android phone and it delivers an excellent screen, a killer camera, intuitive software, and helpful hands-free gestures, but it falters on battery life, struggling to go a full day.
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Moto Edge Plus review: Overshadowed by giants

Motorola has a new flagship phone, but does Android really need another top-tier option? The Moto Edge Plus struggles to answer that question despite its perks.
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iPhone SE review: Everything you need at lightning speed

Apple's iPhone SE (2020) isn't the best iPhone, but it's enough for most people. Our in-depth review examines performance, camera quality, design, and more.
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Samsung Galaxy A51 review: All about the display

The Samsung Galaxy A51 has a lot going for it, including an awesome display and decent camera -- but can it compete with the iPhone SE and Pixel 3a?
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Samsung Galaxy S20 Review: The smallest Galaxy S20 isn’t small enough

The Galaxy S20 is the smallest in the new S20 family, but it's not small enough to be a compact flagship phone, and therefore our gaze turns to the S20 Plus.
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Motorola Moto G Stylus review: Gambling on a stylus

The Moto G Stylus packs a useful stylus at a low price point, but it's not the killer feature that had I hoped for. This Moto G Stylus review goes in-depth.
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Motorola Moto G Power review: Heavyweight battery life

Motorola's Moto G Power packs a massive 5,000mAh battery despite its meager $250 price tag, but that massive battery makes the phone heavy and awkward to use.
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OnePlus 8 Review: A fine phone that needs a killer feature

The OnePlus 8 gets several things right, from the great design to the fast charging, but it fails to come up with a must-have feature to justify the price.
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OnePlus 8 Pro Review: Everything you want

The OnePlus 8 Pro has everything you want from a phone, from a stunning screen to wireless charging and water resistance. There's only one thing you won't want.
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Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus review: The one you want

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is a safe bet if you want a great Android phone. It gets just about everything right, and with 5G, it's ready for the future too.
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Huawei Mate Xs folding phone review: Flawed marvel

The Huawei Mate Xs is the closest we've got to a true foldable smartphone that becomes a tablet when you want. It's an engineering marvel, but it's also flawed.

LG V60 ThinQ 5G Dual Screen review: Not quite a flagship

The LG V60 ThinQ isn't as expensive as the competition, but it performs well and offers excellent multitasking features. However, there are some trade-offs.
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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 the processor throws all these merits under the bus. That, along with the Micro USB port, make for a phone that’s tough to recommend.
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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 most cutting edge features, 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 new triple-camera system with Night mode set the bar for smartphone cameras, and help put the 11 Pro at the top of the pack. But Google's Pixel 4 is right around the corner, and it could steal the camera throne back.
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Apple iPhone 11 review: The iPhone for all

The iPhone 11 succeeds the iPhone XR, yet it's even more affordable at $699. Is it worth saving $300 by going for it over the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max? For most people, yes. The upgrades include a second ultra-wide-angle lens, Night mode for the camera, and slightly better battery life.
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Google Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL review

The Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL are Google’s latest phones, and their key selling point is that they bring the same exact software and camera experience from the Pixel 3 and 3 XL to a much lower price point -- $399 and $479, respectively. You also get great performance and battery life.
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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Plus Review: Renaissance Phone

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Plus is here, and it’s the biggest and best Samsung phone ever. Its key feature is its looks, as it has an attractive rear design, highlighted by the new Aura Glow color, but little else has changed. Read our Note 10 Plus review for our in-depth thoughts on Samsung's latest.
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iPhone 11 Pro Max review: Turning everything up to max

The iPhone 11 Pro Max is for big-screen enthusiasts, but it's also undeniably the best smartphone you can buy at the moment. It excels at almost everything, from incredible battery life and a fantastic screen to powerful performance and class-leading cameras. This is the iPhone to splurge on.
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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 -- but it faces stiff competition from the likes of Google’s Pixel 3a. Here’s our Galaxy A50 review.
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Light Phone 2 review: Not the cure for smartphone addiction

Is your smartphone use out of control? Looking for a break? The Light Phone 2 is a basic phone that promises exactly that. Its 4G connectivity means you can place calls and send texts, and you can also set an alarm. More tools like ridesharing apps are on the way, but all of this comes at a high price.
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Samsung Galaxy Fold review: Wait for the next generation

Samsung's Galaxy Fold is the company's first foldable smartphone. It boasts two screens, six cameras, and a dual-cell battery. The phone was delayed due to display issues, but Samsung has fixed all its problems, and it's now available. Here's what it's like to use a foldable smartphone.
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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? Read our full Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus review to find out.
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Samsung Galaxy S10e review

Samsung’s Galaxy S10e is meant to be the attractive and affordable phone compared to the rest of the S10 and S10 Plus lineup.
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LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen review

Don't call the LG G8X ThinQ a folding smartphone. It's not one of those mega-expensive devices, and it actually has three screens and not two. What is it, then? It's a quirky device for serious multi-tasking. However, like folding smartphones, you're going to have to make some compromises.
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OnePlus 7T review: Simple, excellent, and no messing around

The OnePlus 7T doesn't want any drama. It's simple in the best way -- it does everything you want it to, without making life complicated. The screen imports the OnePlus 7 Pro's excellent 90Hz refresh rate, the camera is capable, and the battery charges in an incredibly short period of time. Here's our review.
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Google Pixel 4 review: Smooth, but lacking stamina

The Google Pixel 4 is a slick, smooth, charmer of a smartphone, but it may run out of steam before you do. In this Pixel 4 review, you'll find a deep dive into the new software tricks, air gestures, and the wonderful camera, but there are flaws here in the design and the battery life.
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Nokia 7.2 review: Nokia aims high but misses the mark

HMD Global's latest phone in the U.S. is the Nokia 7.2, and not only does it look sophisticated, but it also has some killer camera specs. There's a 48-megapixel camera, along with a wide-angle and depth-sensing lens. But can it dethrone the Google Pixel 3a, which remains the best camera on a phone under $400?
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Sony Xperia 1 review: One for the fans

Sony’s Xperia 1 smartphone is svelte, tall, modern, and powerful. The 21:9 aspect ratio means you get a cinematic viewing experience. It’s too bad there are several other shortcomings, such as a lackluster camera, unimpressive battery life, and far too high of a price tag. Here’s our Xperia 1 review.
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OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition hands-on review: A looker

Sure to become the most desirable, and certainly the rarest, of all the new OnePlus 7T series phones, the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition has a key design feature that's unexpected to say the least. It makes this high performance phone standout, and even more of a conversation piece than expected.
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OnePlus 7T Pro review: A real beauty, inside and out

Sleeker, more stylish, and with some tempting tech upgrades, the OnePlus 7T Pro is everything the OnePlus 7T is and then a little bit more. There's a slightly bigger battery inside along with 3x optical zoom in the camera. But is that enough to recommend you pay more for it?