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Google's 2021 Pixel phone is here - and it's a bit different to what's come before. Here's why that's exciting.
Google is taking its Pixel phones much more seriously - and the Pixel 6 Pro looks like a truly competitive offering.
Sony's smaller flagship has always had appeal, offering Xperia 1 III features in a smaller package.
The second-gen Edge model does away with the curved edge screen, but still delivers strong where it matters.
The 2021 mid-season sub-flagship model is anything but short on specification - delivering punchy performance in almost every regard.
The latest G-series phone has a 5000mAh battery and 5G
The Max model doesn't add anything over the Pro bar the bigger screen and bigger battery capacity. Is the bigger handset the one to want?
With the same screen size as the iPhone 13 Pro, plus similar features, is the iPhone 13 the better balanced and more affordable purchase to make?
The smallest of the iPhone 13 series - but don't let its size fool you, as it's got massive performance. Ideal for those who don't want a big screen.
The iPhone 13 Pro isn't vastly different to its predecessor, the iPhone 12 Pro, but does it refine Apple's well-established formula with success?
The second-generation under-display camera technology impresses, but does the rest of this device shine with such success?
The 2021 version of Samsung's flip phone is the first to bring water-resistance, but what else is new? And is this the foldable you'll want to own?
The third-gen foldable Galaxy phone is here. Is its giant screen and under panel camera (UPC) a glimpse into the future of phones?
Qualcomm has its own phone, showcasing a number of its technologies - but the bundle might put people off.
It's the Nord for the second time around. But can it really compete with flagships?
Sony's 2021 iteration of the Xperia 1 has a lot to offer - but carries with it some surprising weaknesses.
Xiaomi offshot, Poco, has released the X3 GT, complete with 6.6-inch 120Hz screen and MediaTek Dimensity 1100 chipset. Is it a true 'GT' though?
The XR20 is the toughest phone that Nokia has made.
The G50 sells itself on 5G connectivity. Thing is, it's less specified than other G series handsets lower in the range. So does it make sense?
Nokia's new X range starts with the X10. It's big, but it also might be a bit lost.
If bang for buck is the most important thing to you, the F3 is a great shout
This Poco is like a Redmi Note 10 with MediaTek innards, bringing an affordable asking price and features far more appealing than the basic M3 model.
Compact and offering 5G connectivity - but can it truly compete?
A relative newcomer to Europe, can Vivo make a credible name for itself with the arrival of the X60 Pro and its gimbal stabilisation system?
The slimmed down version of Red Magic's gaming phone is here. But does it really define what a gaming phone should be?
This vegan leather-clad alt-flagship brings Qualcomm's top-end Snapdragon 888 at a low asking price. But what are the compromises for such power?
OnePlus distills its mid-range phone to the core essentials.
The 'i' or 'X Pro' variant dilutes the original Mi 11's specs a little - and the price too. Despite being cheaper, is it one Mi handset too far?
Oppo's concept rollable is a working and viable alternative to the foldable. Is it set to dominate the future of big-screen smartphones? Read on...
The XR has the latest buttonless iPhone design, but without the big bucks asking price. Small compromises can save big bucks.
Although there's no under-display seflie camera, there's an awful lot of spec for the asking price. Is the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra 5G too good to be true?
A cute little flagship, but not without its flaws. If you're looking for a smaller-scale phone is this the one?
It's built for gaming, but this phone's skills go well beyond that.
There's not much that's Lite in this Find X3 model. However the competition is tough, so what's the best option at this level?
This standout flagship excites for its unusual features - such as a second rear screen - but can it also deliver the basics where it matters?
This slim and light 5G-capable handset stands out because of its chic and unique design. But if you don't need 5G is it overpriced?
The step-down device in Oppo's Find X range delivers a strong main camera and great design. But can it beat its considerable and cheaper rivals?
Perhaps the best affordable phone to launch in 2021, the Redmi name might be lesser known, but the Note 10 Pro's strong spec delivers the goods.
The gaming phone with a faster screen refresh than you'll find anywhere else right now. Is it the gaming phone to beat all others?
Adding more capable hardware and improving the cameras has come at the cost of build materials for the OnePlus 9, but there's more to this story.
The flagship Vivo device to reap the benefits of a Zeiss partnership, with impressive cameras and gimbal stabilisation. Is it the future camera king?
The first Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 phone from Motorola helps to redefine the meaning of the G series. But who's it for and does it deliver strong?
Want an affordable phone with heaps of features? Realme has the answer - if you can accept the garish liberal use of design slogans anyway.
OnePlus leans on Hasselblad for its new camera tuning, but is that enough to take on the big-names? Here's our OnePlus 9 Pro review to reveal all.
This sub-flagship is all about longevity from its big battery. If you don't want 5G connectivity then it's powerful, too, but the software is weak.
A competitive affordable device with plenty to get excited about. So should you buy an A series to save hundreds over an S series flagship?
The 2021 flagship brings accomplished design, a fresh take on cameras, but so-so software, wrapped into a coherent and well-priced package.
There have been cuts and changes made to the 'Plus' model in the S series, but it still has a lot to offer. But just how competitive is it?
It might not be a familiar name to everyone, but Oppo's premium flagship is fantastic in nearly every way - and different to its key competition.
The entry-level Moto G was an easy recommendation in previous years, so what has that changed for the 2021 model?