There are two major types of in-display fingerprint sensors being used right now: optical and ultrasonic. From my testing, the optical from Goodix is better than the ultrasonic from Qualcomm in every situation.
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.
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.
This camera can automatically track on to you and record at up to 4K/60fps.