The Samsung Galaxy Note9 is perhaps the most powerful and versatile phone available and packs just about every feature imaginable.
In my review of the Pixel 2 XL on Verizon, I found a solid phone with a pristine Google experience.
Both the LG V20 and V30 are excellent phones. If you want the best hardware and software, the V30 is an excellent choice. If you want more features and a better screen, go with the V20.
A modern and rugged flip phone from Verizon, the Kyocera DuraXV LTE features excellent call quality and a fast LTE hotspot feature.
Verizon’s Galaxy S8+ is huge with a curved screen and an elegant design, as well as the great camera we’d expect from Samsung’s latest flagship phone.
My LG G6 review finds a phone with no gimmicks that beautifully executes on the goal to build a high quality, straightforward smartphone.
The Moto Z Force Droid Edition is a very solid flagship phone that has a killer feature — an open ecosystem of modular add-ons that adds real functionality to an already premium smartphone.
The LG Stylo 2 V is a very respectable choice for someone looking for a large, fast, modern phone without breaking the bank.