Best AT&T Phones for 2018


Last modified on September 8th, 2018 at 12:41 am

Created on: January 5, 2018 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Phones


Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Samsung’s best ‘everything’ phone

Editors’ Rating : 9.0
Design : 9Features : 9Performance : 9Camera : 9
The Note 9 is a terrific phone, but Samsung is clearly holding back for 2019.



Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

The Samsung phone you really want this year

Editors’ Rating : 9.0
Design : 9Features : 9Performance : 9Camera : 9
This is the splurge phone you can afford.



Samsung Galaxy S9

One of the best Android phones you can buy today

Editors’ Rating : 9.0
Design : 9Features : 9Performance : 9Camera : 9
Although the Galaxy S9 is cheaper than ever, wait a month — or seven.



Apple iPhone X

Still the best iPhone, but its successor is expected soon

Editors’ Rating : 9.0
Design : 9Features : 9Performance : 9Camera : 9
The iPhone X is still king of the Apple smartphone hill. But 7 months after its release, it’s time to look towards its inevitable iOS 12-powered replacement.



LG V35 ThinQ

Worthy Galaxy S9 Plus competitor doesn’t quite get there

Editors’ Rating : 9.0
Design : 9Features : 9Performance : 9Camera : 9
As LG’s highest-end phone, the V35 ThinQ has a gorgeous display, water resistance and a headphone jack. But it can’t quite catch the S9 Plus.



LG V30

Fantastic, and does it all (almost)

Editors’ Rating : 9.0
Design : 9Features : 9Performance : 9Camera : 9
Still a good buy even in the shadow of the more powerful, but more expensive LG V30S ThinQ.



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