'The Mi 5 gets practically everything right, with decent design, excellent performance, good camera quality and great battery life.'
'The Mi 5 is gorgeous, a mix of glass and metal with a design somewhere between the Galaxy S7 and iPhone 6s.'
'Raises the bar for cheap phones in a big way.'
'exceptional looks and design'
'The Motorola Moto X Style is a great smartphone and I thoroughly enjoyed using it during the review period. '
'The Moto X Play is a great phone, but it suffers from some odd performance issues. '
'The Moto X Style boasts a pretty impressive camera, at 21Mp on the rear and 5Mp on the front. '
'The Honor 5X is a sensible mid-range smartphone that checks all the right boxes. '
'The Honor 5X comes with some impressive hardware, for a sub-£200 device. '
'The metal design is appreciable, but there’s a ‘cheapness’ to its feel.'
'beefy 3,000mAh battery'
'The Redmi Note 3 is a thoughtfully targeted device with a premium metal build, flagship-grade specs, and an iconic MIUI launcher. '
'The screen is bright and with realistic colours and great viewing angles, making the Note 3 an ideal mobile device on which to enjoy video.'
'The interface is fluid with barely any noticeable stutter when multitasking.'
'Great all-metal build'
'The LG V10 is a high-end smartphone, but the chipset powering it is not the strongest one around. '
'massive, high-res screen'
'The sturdily designed LG V10 gives users more camera control with manual modes for both photos and video, a fingerprint sensor, two front-facing cameras for wider selfie shots, expandable memory and a removable battery.'
'Solid, rigid construction. '
'The LG G4 is the follow-up to 2014’s TrustedReviews Phone of the Year, the LG G3 and as such has a great deal to live up to.'
'The LG G4 isn’t just a decent update to an already very good phone, it is now vastly improved with vastly superior imaging capabilities, improved battery performance and a beautifully refined display, which illustrates profoundly just why QHD, power hog that it is, is very much here to stay in flagship Android handsets. '
'From the pared-down user interface to the tight integration with Google to the strong camera performance, the G4 is a great phone... not to mention a very logical step forward from last year's G3. '
'The LG G4 improves on the three best features of its predecessor: design, screen, the camera - and does so decisively.'