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The OnePlus 7T is a $600 phone extraordinaire that offers incredibly fast performance and excellent battery life, but not quite the best camera…
The Sony Xperia 5 is the spiritual successor to the Xperia Z Compact series — a series that packed all of the top-tier hardware from the brand's flagship phone but in a smaller body. And while small phones are not exactly what the general public wants, there is a niche audience for them that is mostly left longing for more.
The iPhone 11 is indeed a good phone, but it is not quite great. It could use a better display and a faster charger. But at $700, it is a great entry into the Apple ecosystem.
The Apple Watch Series 5 is the latest iteration that is all about one key feature: it now features an always-on screen that allows you to inconspicuously take a quick glance at the time...
The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max come with better cameras, faster processors, and bigger batteries than iPhone models before them. And sure enough, they're the best iPhones so far. Read our full review.
The Motorola One Zoom comes with a quad-camera module and a glowing Moto logo! But is that enough to make a dent in the highly competitive midrange segment?
When you hear the term "gaming phone", what are the first associations that come to mind? Over-the-top hardware specs? Glowing multi-colored LEDs? Support for fancy gaming accessories, perhaps? The Asus ROG Phone II comes with all of this, topping the package with a ridiculously large battery and a huge screen running at a buttery-smooth 120Hz refresh rate.