So I’ve been using the Oppo Reno 10X Zoom for the past week and half, and this is my favorite phone right now. There are a few reasons I say
The Realme X has … *takes breath* the same all-screen design, same pop-up camera, same 48-megapixel main camera sensor, same in-display fingerprint scanning tech, same fast charging *breathes* as the OnePlus 7 Pro, but starting at US$218.
The 16S is a minimalist device that avoids the gimmicks and just gives you the important parts of a phone: powerful chipset, good screen, above average cameras, and no notch.
That RYYB sensor with f/1.6 aperture is legit.
Pitting the Huawei P30 Pro’s crazy new periscope zoom lens to the test against the other top dogs.
The Oppo F11 Pro is yet another Chinese mid-tier phone that can hang with the big bad $1,000 phones in most categories.
The best part about this concept design is the in-display fingerprint reader which fills up the entire display.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ is an excellent phone. Likely the best you can buy right now — if money is no object. If you want to save, however, there are no shortage of better options.
Everyone’s doing a wide-angle cam these days, so why not pit the three biggest names against each other?
Budget phones used to be trash, not no mo’.
This year’s model is a spec bump and a useful software addition.
The LG V50 and G8 can do some cool — and weird — things, including attaching a second screen and recognizing the veins inside your hand.
Huawei’s foldable phone can open up into an 8-inch tablet. It also supports 5G.