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06 June 2016
You'll be tempted to call this one rugged, but it's really just a more robust Galaxy S7, with a larger battery. And both of those things are very, very good — so long as you're OK with it only being available on AT&T.
Lean and mean
31 May 2016
The first in Sony's new line of Android phones nails the core experience, but struggles to justify its hefty price tag.
The selfie expert
07 May 2016
Oppo has been making some big strides forward of late, and the F1 Plus is its latest, and it's best phone yet. And it's got a pretty decent front-facing camera, if selfies are your bag. Here's our full review.
Darn close to perfect
08 March 2016
The Galaxy S7 is the best Samsung Galaxy phone to date — with a great mix of size and power. But there is its close cousin lurking out there.
So much going on here ...
11 April 2016
LG's never been a company to shy away from some crazy innovations in its smartphones. Some of that pays off in the LG G5 — and some of that leaves us with some serious questions.
A mixed Xperiance
5 hours ago
Sony's $700 Xperia X Performance is a mix of great features, wasted potential, and showstopping flaws. Should you consider Sony's flagship for mid-2016?