If you’re not swayed by Samsung’s return to form, Apple’s ultra-expensive iPhone X or Google’s funky Pixel 2, then the Huawei Mate 10 Pro is a pretty solid alternative. Even if the pitch does poach a striking amount from HTC’s U11.
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If you want a smartphone that’s as clean as they come and brilliantly-effective at the everyday problems it sets out to solve, the Pixel 2 is a clear-cut winner.
With the $499 price-tag in mind, there’s not a lot out there that can match the Huawei Nova 2i.
If the Moto X4 shows us what a world without MotoMods might look like, then it's also a reminder that maybe Motorola made the right call by going modular.
While it won’t inspire mania among the enthusiast crowd like the iPhone X will, the iPhone 8 remains a solid package for those happy to play things safe.
If you’re the kind of phablet power-user that this device is surely aimed towards appeasing - make no mistake - Samsung are back on track with the Note 8.
With the E4, Motorola are insisting that cheap doesn’t have to mean half-baked. For the $249 price-tag, you get all the features that count, and executed well to boot.
The Y5 is Huawei’s cheapest smartphone of the year, and it’s got the look, feel and performance to live up to that mantle.
This supercharged version of the LG G6 features extra RAM, extra onboard storage and comes bundled with premium earphones (built by audio brand B&O PLAY) to take full advantage of the 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC capabilities of the smartphone.
According to OnePlus, there’s no reason you can’t squeeze the prestige, polish and performance of an iPhone or Galaxy smartphone into a product with a better price-point. The OnePlus 5 is their strongest embodiment of this yet.
Building on the momentum of its initial offensive into the mass market with the value-driven Nokia 3, 5 and 6, Finnish startup HMD Global are now taking a solid swipe at the giants of the industry with the Nokia 8.
We’ve reviewed a bunch of lower-mid-range phones recently and they’re all getting harder and harder to distinguish from much-more expensive phones.
We’ve reviewed some cheap phones lately, but Boost’s exclusive Dex (otherwise known as the Alcatel Pixi 4) makes all of them look expensive with its $99 price point.
We’ve raved about Huawei’s ‘Leica' phones’ (P9, Mate 9, P10 and P10 Plus) photography prowess extensively and we even use them for in-house product photography. But despite offering great value they’re also expensive.
After years of foisting overpriced mediocrity like the Xperia X Performance and the Xperia XZ on us (phones which were even outclassed by their predecessors), Sony has delivered up the Xperia XZ Premium.
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