It’s a great time to buy a smartphone. All the major phone makers have rolled out their latest flagships, and a new model — the highly anticipated iPhone X from Apple — is about to join the mix. All of these phones tout cutting-edge features and introduce new designs that rely on expansive displays.
It’s also quite an expensive time for smartphones, with prices climbing ever upward. The new big-screen flagships from Apple, Google, LG and Samsung all cost at least $800, with some models even approaching the $1,000 threshold.
Which of these premium handsets is most deserving of your money? To find out, we took five models — Apple’s iPhone X, Google’s Pixel 2 XL, the LG V30, and the Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung — and compared them across a variety of categories. It’s a close competition, but Samsung’s devices enjoy the slightest of edges as the flagship phones you want to buy.
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