Samsung Galaxy S8
You don’t need us to tell you that the Galaxy S8 is a bezel-less smartphone thing of wonder. Just look at it: glorious! And beneath that gorgeous facade lies an equally sumptuous blend of power and performance. With enough oomph to run any app you please, and a point and shoot camera to rival both the iPhone 7 Plus and the Google Pixel, this really is an astoundingly good comeback after Samsung’s Note 7 woes. We’d have accepted nothing less.
One Plus 3T
This phone is just like the old OnePlus3, aside from its higher price and a few little extras that don’t really change how it is to use or, crucially, where its relative to its pricier rivals. In other words, it continues to be the best choice for shrewd buyers.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
The S7 Edge packs in a load of genuinely useful features to go with its fancy curving visage and chief among them is a whopping great battery life. The arrival of the S8 means it isn’t our favourite Samsung any more, but it’s still an excellent phone at a decent price.
Apple iPhone 7 Plus
The best iPhone camera, screen and battery there is no better iOS choice available.
One of the most visually unique phones out there and it holds its own against strong competition.
Huawei P10 Plus
A true flagship phone that gives you plenty of power a great screen and one of the best cameras going.
Apple iPhone 7
Forget the headphone furore the iPhone 7 is a slick update packed with worthwhile new features.
Not the slam dunk we’d hoped for, but Google’s Pixel still delivers some stand out features.
A 1080p display a bigger battery and a still appealing price make this the Wileyfox to go for.
HTC U Ultra
HTC’s glass smartphone is a stunner to look at and almost as lovely to live with.