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Samsung Galaxy S20 FE

What's good  

  • 120Hz screen
  • Fast performance
  • Affordable
  • Available in 6 different colors

What's bad

  • Camera is so-so
  • Faulty/slow fingerprint scanner
  • Fast charge costs extra
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Google Pixel 5

What's good  

  • Great camera software
  • Nice metal case
  • Clean Android interface

What's bad

  • Slow image processing
  • Weak panel speaker


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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

What's good  

  • Lovely AMOLED screen
  • Best battery life for its tier
  • S-pen support
  • Fast refresh rate

What's bad

  • Very expensive
  • No MicroSD expansion
  • Ads in Samsung software

Verdict

Having to pay extra for more storage up front is a new change for Samsung. In terms of everything else, there’s not a lot to say about the phone in terms of failings. At the end of the day, the simple question is, can you afford it and do you need a phone this powerful?

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Google Pixel 4a 5G

What's good  

  • Big beautiful screen
  • Excellent battery life
  • Headphone jack
  • Fast fingerprint scanner

What's bad

  • No waterproof or dust rating
  • Stale design choice
  • No wireless charging
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Samsung Galaxy S21

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Samsung Galaxy S21+

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Sony Xperia 5 II

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OnePlus Nord N10

What's good  

  • 90Hz display
  • Headphone jack
  • Affordable 5G access
  • Good performance

What's bad

  • Unimpressive cameras
  • Dim display
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OnePlus Nord N100

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Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra

What's good  

  • 120Hz refresh screen
  • Camera with 5x optical zoom and up to 50x digital zoom
  • All-day battery life
  • S Pen stylus support
  • Outstanding performance

What's bad

  • Very expensive
  • Heavy and awkward to hold
  • Protruding camera hub
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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2

What's good  

  • Fast 120hz display refresh rate
  • Better hinge
  • Useful cover display

What's bad

  • Very expensive
  • Lacking camera quality
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Motorola Razr (2020)

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LG K22

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Motorola Moto G Power (2021)

What's good  

  • Massive battery life
  • Affordable
  • Good design
  • Moto Gestures

What's bad

  • Sluggish performance
  • No NFC
  • Disappointing display
  • Inconsistent Camera

Verdict

The Moto G Power is all about battery life. If photography or screen quality isn't essential to you, this phone is hard to beat. However, if you want to play games, enjoy movies, or capture life’s little moments with the help of your phone, there’s a good chance the phone will fall short of your expectations.

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Microsoft Surface Duo

What's good  

  • Solid Design
  • Thin for a dual-display phone
  • Strong hinge
  • Supports Microsoft Pen

What's bad

  • Buggy software
  • Expensive
  • Poor camera

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