Don't-Miss Phone Stories
This is a great phone for adventurous outdoor types, but if you're not, you're better off with a regular Galaxy S6.
This is one of Samsung's most beautiful products, but it may not be worth the extra Benjamin it costs to bring home.
It's hard to find much wrong with Samsung's new superphone.
Both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge beat out their competitors in our head-to-head benchmarks.
You've complained about it for years, but Samsung's changed its tune—though it's still very blue.
We took the Samsung Galaxy S6 around San Francisco to see what kind of photos it takes. It almost beat out Apple's iPhone 6 Plus.
Everything about the Moto E makes is the perfect first smartphone or backup device—except for it's seriously awful rear-facing camera.
If you're ready for something a little different, LG's second-generation curved smartphone is worth a try.
With all this talk about Samsung going full force into curved smartphones, it's time to assess what life with a curved Samsung phone is actually like.
With a 3,900 mAh hour battery, which is among the highest capacity available, I was able to go for about 50 hours without recharging under moderate use. Follow me on Twitter @nickjb
It's got powerful internals, a 20-megapixel camera, and a version of Android that isn't annoying to look at—hopefully a stint at Verizon will help it reach more users.
If you can live with the substandard camera, the Desire 816 offers a lot of screen for less money
The Sony Xperia Z2 has a lot of power under the hood and a great design, but since it's only available in its unsubsidized form, you'll need to ask yourself how much you're willing to spend.
It's pricier than some other mid-range devices out there, but you can hardly tell with all the premium features it's packed with.