The Samsung Galaxy Fold is one of the more fragile phones we’ve ever seen, to the point where early issues with the display caused the device to be delayed for several months. Now, everyone’s favorite torture tester, JerryRigEverything, has had a chance to spend some time with the Galaxy Fold in a durability test that has mixed results.
The Mate 30 Pro could be the year’s best Android phone, but Huawei’s role as a casualty of the U.S.-China trade war mean its lacking one big feature.
It’s not common to go into a new phone launch with one of the major talking points being geopolitical intrigue. Yet that’s where we are with the freshly-minted Huawei Mate 30 series, unveiled at an event in Munich, Germany. As excellent as these phones appear to be, they’re overshadowed by current tensions between the U.S. and China which, to cut a very long story short, means they have no Google apps or services preloaded.
Apple’s latest and greatest big-sized iPhone, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, offers a ton of great features, but can it beat the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus? We put the two head to head.
Summer’s over, school’s back and — what’s that, your kid needs a new smartphone? Of course they do. Well, whether you’re looking for a cheap plastic phone with a great camera like the Pixel 3a or a super-powerful flagship with a stylus (and a price tag to match) like the Note 10, we’ve have the best phones for students in 2019 and beyond.
Best Overall: Google Pixel 3a