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Even though they don't have the world's best smartphone cameras or battery life, Samsung's Galaxy S9 and S9+ sit atop the Consumer Reports ratings, ahead of the Galaxy S8, S8+, iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X.
Before getting a chance to review the newly unveiled Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+, Consumer Reports wants the world to know the iPhone X camera is the best.
With 94 points on a 100 scale, Apple's new iPhone 8 Plus brings the Google Pixel's DxOMark Mobile reign to a halt, at least until the iPhone X arrives.
Samsung set a standard in the spring that seemed impossible to beat, but believe it or not, the Galaxy Note 8's display is even better than the S8's.
The GSM Association sure loves its Samsung gear, naming the Galaxy S8/S8+ duo as the new gold standard in Asia Pacific smartphone excellence.
Consumer Reports, the independent publication dedicated to unbiased product testing, has determined the Galaxy S8+ is the world's best smartphone.
Is it surprising to see the GSMA hand out the award for best new smartphone at MWC 2017 to the Sony Xperia XZ Premium? Not if you followed the trade show.
According to the GSM Association, the organizer of the Mobile World Congress, last year's best smartphone was the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Oh, sure, everyone’s got their personal pick for best smartphone of 2015. Maybe it’s for this reason, that reason, all the reasons. As demonstrated with our daily driver editorial last month, however, we all have our personal desires and requirements. To say that we should put down one another’s wants and needs would be rude at best. But when we take ourselves out of the equation … whew. Forums and comment sections become prothletising auction blocks.
I try to avoid speaking in absolutes, but this is one time where I can say that this phone - the LG G Flex 2 - is the best phone of 2015... so far.
Trying to narrow the best smartphone for fall 2014 may be a bit unrealistic. To get a better idea we asked the Pocketnow team. Here's what they had to say.