Microsoft’s second attempt at a folding phone rights a lot of the original’s wrongs, but doesn’t fix everything
Big phones with small price tags
Phones are all but vital to our modern existence, so choosing a good one is important. As they become thinner, more feature-packed, and inevitably more expensive, you’ll find the final word on the latest smartphones, both budget and flagship, Android and iOS, right here. For The Verge’s thoughts on everything Google Pixel, Apple iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S, and more, you’ve come to the right place.
If you need your phone to last, you have to get a bigger phone
So are bigger cameras
Third time is maybe the charm
Smart updates and a lower price
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If you’re on the Un-carrier, the N200 offers 5G and a high-quality screen for the right price.
A legit flagship from one of China’s biggest brands
A good phone for the price, but if you can spend a bit more you’ll get some worthwhile upgrades
The 8 Pro uses a new 108-megapixel image sensor that could bring better photo capabilities to the midrange class
For $300, it’s right on the money
Apple’s biggest iPhone brings along an impressive camera