Apple will make its secretive iPhone screen repair machine available to hundreds of third-party repair centers
Samsung knows how to make a premium Android smartphone. For the past few years, the Galaxy S series has nailed it, shooting Samsung to the top of the popularity charts. Now with the Galaxy S8's improvements to design, hardware and even software atop Android 7.0, make this the best phone on the market today.
I've recommended every iteration of the Moto G since it first launched four years ago. Motorola consistently nails it, producing excellent budget smartphones year after year. Most new Moto G phones are only minor upgrades on their predecessor, but with little improvements here and there, and an affordable price point, the Moto G line is hard to pass up.
BlackBerry is back in the market with the new KEYone, a smartphone designed for those who fell in love with the BlackBerry Bold back in 2008. Its spec sheet isn't chart-topping, with a SoC that is over a year old at this moment and a 4.5" 1620x1080 IPS LCD screen. But there are some good features, like it's long-lasting 3,505mAh battery and Nougat 7.1.1 running underneath this time around. Reviews are positive.