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Samsung's big screen phone offers a sublime experience
A larger size, larger battery and some better-than-other-S10-models' specs leave us wondering how & why this model came to be in the range right now.
We look at the Samsung Galaxy S20 rumours, preview the bonkers Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold and talk to the CEO of GoPro.
Google's fourth-gen Pixel brings with it Motion Sense gesture control and a great camera. But poor battery life and the competition let it down...
A great pure Android handset - but rivals have closed the gap in camera performance, offer more power, more compact design and better battery life.
With greater battery life than its flagship equivalents, what does the Lite forego in its spec, and does that write it off as a sensible choice?
With 'invisible cameras' hidden behind electrochromic glass, the Concept One makes a very neat design, without the need for massive camera bump.
The second-gen gaming phone from Asus adds a proprietary port for accessories, along with heaps of power under the hood. Is it the best of its kind?
If you can live with the design then this is a perfectly powerful phone, with a battery that lasts well and a little more compact design than some.
In the current climate, cheaper handsets make the S10 almost too easy to overlook. But with top features and great software it's a cracking flagship.
Apple certainly seems to have maxed out the specs, and we suspect, that there is plenty more to discover once we start diving deeper into the
A flagship with top-end quad cameras, lots of power, long battery life... and no Google Play Store or, therefore, apps. What a conundrum.
Motorola is gunning to be the mid-range champ, the second-gen One bringing 48MP camera smarts, AI and a Sony Xperia-beating price tag to attract.
The classic flip phone returns, with a fully flexible 6.2in internal display and exterior 2.7in quick display. Is this how dual screen should be done?
All about the quad camera, with Huawei rethinking sensor technology & zoom altogether. But amid US trade war fears, is the P30 Pro still worth buying?
A doorway to 5G, without scrimping on key specs. Samsung's sub-flagship is its answer to the mass of Chinese affordable phones. But is it any good?
With a Qualcomm 855 processor, in-screen fingerprint scanner and triple camera setup, it's hard to believe this phone is just £399.
Offering powerful hardware and a good camera experience, the Mi 9 is let down by the software, but at this price it's a compelling flagship phone
The budget handset with a close-up lens special, does the One Macro feel balanced or does the Moto G8 Plus outweigh the need for its existence?
The EU version doesn't amp up the processor, but with Google services, a notch-free screen and pop-up camera it's an interesting affordable handset.
The first foldable phone is finally here after a choppy start. Is it the future of mobile, by offering a phone- and tablet-like experience in one?
An experience that's comparable to other flagships, with an extra display as a unique feature. It's not a true folding phone, but it's far cheaper.
It's got five cameras, a 108MP main sensor, and it's all about photography. Is this the flagship to make Xiaomi a household name outside of China?
Looking for an affordable phone? The Moto G8 Plus offers great spec at a sensible price, including great battery performance and multiple cameras.
Moto's first quad camera phone, the Zoom joins the One series with a different take: its illuminating logo and purple finish show just that.
This isn't a flagship phone - but like the Reno 2, it'll get you most of the way there. And for the 10 or 20 percent it lacks, you're paying a high
The sequel to the mid-level Oppo phone brings quad camera, strong battery life & a large screen. Does it make more sense than its OnePlus competitor?
With quad cameras, in-screen fingerprint, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, how can this phone cost just £/€399-499? It's a super price.
A fantastic all-round flagship phone, but given the presence of the 'standard' 7T, does the Pro model really need to exist? What more does it offer?
Does the addition of an ultra-wide lens and improved screen make the Pro model the iPhone to buy in 2019? Here's why it's our top choice of the three.
OnePlus has launched the 7T, it packs a punch, and is smaller and slimmer than the Pro, despite offering a lot of the same benefits.
With the competition closing in, can the Apple iPhone 11 continue the success of the iPhone for the masses? Here's our review.
The first waterfall display to market, this 6.89-inch panel has dual curved edges and no physical volume buttons as a result. Is this the future?
With the Android market heating up, has the XS Max lost its appeal or is it still a worth purchase?
As with all 'S' iPhone model upgrades, the iPhone XS is about bringing new processing power to a phone that already looks really good.
Does the iPhone 8 have what it takes to be your next smartphone - or should you opt for one of the X models?
The XR has the latest buttonless iPhone design, but without the big bucks asking price. Small compromises can save big bucks
The iPhone 8 Plus is as powerful as the iPhone X with a familiar design finished with glass both front and rear.
TCL has at long last launched its first own-brand phone, and it offers a lot for the money
Huawei's folding Mate X was first announced in Barcelona at MWC 2019, but we've managed to get some real hands-on time with it since then.
The Nokia 6.2 swings in and replaces one of our favourite Nokia phones, updating the Nokia 6, which has dragged its heels a little in the design depar...
The Nokia 7.2 offers premium design, a big display and an array of camera skills to tempt you towards the mid-range.
The S Pen is star of the show, as with the Galaxy S series sitting close in spec, it's the stylus functions that make this phone stand out.
Yep, it's a 7.2in phone. Or maybe you want to call it a small tablet. Or Godzilla. Whatever: the Mate 20 X is an impressive media powerhouse.
Given its flagship looks, you wouldn't think this phone was sub-£300. It performs superbly with very few weaknesses. Is the Z the best mid-ranger?
This triple-camera phone has a unique offering: its dedicated video camera sensor is rotated 90-degrees, meaning horizontal capture from vertical grip
Think of it as the S10++, the 5G variant of the Galaxy is the largest and most powerful. But in the wake of the Note 10 does it make sense?
The Samsung Galaxy Note has always been a big phone. Yes, the original launched in 2011 with a 5.3-inch screen had a huge display, considering that th...
The baby of the G7 family, the Play is the most affordable of the lot. It doesn't offer knock-out performance, but it's a well made affordable phone.
As sub-£200 phones go, does Realme - Oppo's budget arm - deliver the features and performance in this affordable bracket? Here's our full review.
With top-end specs, a triple camera experience that's great, and intricate design, is Oppo about to become the new flagship maker to watch?