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The OnePlus X is a surprisingly good device for $250, but it’s missing some essential features.
These seven wireless charging devices can make powering up much less painful. Most are relatively affordable and they're great gifts for your loved ones — or for you.
BlackBerry’s first stab at an Android phone is a pretty decent attempt. But will it be enough to save the company?
HTC would have a hit on its hands if it weren't so optimistic about how much you'd be willing to pay for this small, mid-range phone.
This is the upgrade Nexus 5 fans have been waiting for.
Look out Samsung and LG. The best premium Android phone on the market is Google's own.
The Moto X is sold unlocked with high-end specs and you can customize it to your liking. That's a pretty good deal for $400.
LG’s new phablet smartphone offers a few new creativity-focused features.
It’s fast and nice to look at, but the Edge+ is one splurge you'll really have to consider.
Seriously, we didn't think that the Note series could get any better, but it did. This phone-tablet puts even the smaller Galaxy S6 to shame.
The Note 5 is Samsung’s awesome new phablet. Check out the new features you won't find in its predecessor.
For all the features missing from the OnePlus 2, it still manages to deliver one of the best overall experiences in its price range.
The third-generation Moto G is better than its predecessors, and it offers a camera that actually snaps nice photos!
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.