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Apple iPhone SE (2020)

What's good  

  • Compact size
  • Blazing performance
  • Excellent screen
  • Affordable pricing
  • Touch ID
  • All-day battery

What's bad

  • Chunky bezels
  • Poor low-light camera performance
  • No Face ID
  • Ships with "slow" charger
  • No 3.5mm headphone jack
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Samsung Galaxy A51

What's good  

  • Decent Camera
  • Headphone jack
  • All-day battery
  • AMOLED display

What's bad

  • Dysfunctional fingerprint scanner
  • Sluggish processor
  • Not waterproof
  • Questionable price


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Apple iPhone 11

What's good  

  • Blazing performance
  • Plenty of storage
  • Great cameras
  • Good audio
  • Face ID
  • Decent screen
  • All-day battery life

What's bad

  • No 3.5mm headphone jack or Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter
  • Slow charger included

Verdict

Unless you need the best screen available, the iPhone 11 is the phone in Apple’s 2019 lineup to suit the average buyer. It has enough battery for work and play, can handle any app or game you throw at it, and looks good while doing so. But unless you’re a light phone user, plan to pick up a faster charger.

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Motorola Moto G Stylus

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Samsung Galaxy A10e

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Samsung Galaxy S10

What's good  

  • Stunning HDR display
  • Great build quality
  • Excellent performance
  • Plenty of storage
  • Headphone jack
  • Latest version of Android

What's bad

  • Sluggish fingerprint sensor
  • Camera so-so in low light
  • Hole punch camera annoyed some reviewers

Verdict

Sitting in the middle of Samsung’s 2019 lineup, the S10 offers an excellent balance of performance and design with a price typical of today’s high-end phones. If you’re looking for a capable phone that still fits in your pocket, reviews show the phone is a great choice.

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LG Stylo 5

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Motorola Moto G6

What's good  

  • Great value
  • Detailed, well-balanced display
  • Plenty of storage
  • microSD support
  • Stock Android experience

What's bad

  • Weak camera
  • Questionable aging

Verdict

If you’re looking for a solid option for everyday use, don’t need powerhouse flagship performance, and are not worried about the weak camera the Moto G6 offers outstanding value and is the sweet spot in Motorola’s latest G-Series lineup.

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