Top Best 50 all metro pcs cell phones for sale in November 2021

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1ST PLACE
Nokia
Nokia - G20 128GB (Unlocked) - Night
Description

Grab life, live it to the full and share it with those who matter most. Nokia G20 makes that last bit easier. With its 48 MP quad camera, powerful AI imaging modes and OZO Audio, it’s never been easier to capture everything you see and hear. It’s all powered by a battery that lasts for up to 3 days between charges¹. We’ve also heightened security with face and fingerprint unlock and 2-years of software updates on the latest Android software. All in all, this is a phone you can trust to keep all of your great work safe and secure.

9 Features
  • Processor: Octa-core (4x2.3 GHz Cortex-A53 & 4x1.8 GHz Cortex-A53)
  • Network Compatability: Compatible with GSM carriers, including AT&T and T-Mobile. Also compatible with GSM SIM kits, including Cricket Wireless, Tracfone, Google Fi, Net10, H2O, AT&T Prepaid, Simple Mobile, Ting Mobile and Mint Mobile.
  • Camera: Main Camera: (Quad) 48 MP + 5 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP w/ LED flash, HDR, panorama - Selfie Camera: 8 MP
  • Display: 6.5 inches IPS LCD, Resolution: 720 x 1600 pixels
  • Memory: 128GB 4GB RAM - MicroSD up to 512GB
  • SIM Card Size: Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
  • Battery: Li-Po 5050 mAh, non-removable - Charging 10W
  • Dimensions: 6.49 x 2.99 x 0.36 in, Weight: 6.95 oz
  • Operating System: Android - MediaTek Helio G35 - PowerVR GE8320
  • 5 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Janel, 10 out of 10
    Quality for low price

    I purchased this phone, along with Mint Mobile plan for my son and couldn't be happier!! The phone works great!! For the price, the quality is awesome. Easy to navigate. Stays charged and lots of storage!! Highly recommend.

    Oct 22, 2021 15:16
  • Review by ralph, 10 out of 10
    Happy buyer

    All the hype from Nokia was true. Not having to buy a screen protector or gel cover, a real bonus.

    Oct 30, 2021 10:50
  • Review by RazrGalaxyiPhoneOwner, 10 out of 10
    Once Gone Now Back With A Vengence

    Excellent vocal sound since the 1990s. I highly recommend Nokia phones. I am purchasing this at the moment

    Sep 03, 2021 17:25
  • Review by Chaunce, 10 out of 10
    Nokia Finnish Products. Great Place to go to!

    This Android 11 phone has the best battery life I have ever seen. It is strong on battery life. This is where it excels the most. It is capable of running many apps. It does not have wireless charging or 5G wifi. It uses 2.4 Wifi and 4G Data. Great for Strava!

    Sep 07, 2021 21:40
  • Review by Onickel, 10 out of 10
    Good Product

    Nokia G20: I like the product, especially the battery is good. Good job Nokia. I gave Five stars. I would recommend it to a friend.

    Sep 24, 2021 17:41
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    CellAllure - Amazing C (Unlocked)
    Description

    The new CellAllure generation of CellAllure smartphones is here! With the new Amazing C continue your online life with a enormous infinite screen at 6.8 inches! Android OS, 4G Connection and many specs more make the Amazing C the best option for you.

    6 Features
  • Quad Core processor: Quad Core 1.3GHz, processor 2GB of RAM. Deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
  • Android OS: A stock Android OS giving you the security of Google protect without at unnecessary apps the take a space and invade your privacy.
  • HD+IPS Display: Display: Large 6.8" Brilliant Display+ IPS+touch screen- with 720x1600 resolution.
  • Camera: Camera: back and front camera- Rear 13MP + Front 8MP with high resolution in all your shots, have fun taking selfie and videos.
  • Memory: Memory: 2GB +Storage 16GB+Micro SD up to 64GB, Ideal for saving photos, videos and your contacts.
  • Accessories: Bluetooth True wireless Earbuds included
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by Shantanu, 10 out of 10
    Great phone

    This is an awesome phone at this price. No one can beat its value for money

    Sep 04, 2021 12:10
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    CellAllure
    CellAllure - Amazing C (Unlocked)
    Description

    The new CellAllure generation of CellAllure smartphones is here! With the new Amazing C continue your online life with a enormous infinite screen at 6.8 inches! Android OS, 4G Connection and many specs more make the Amazing C the best option for you.

    6 Features
  • Quad Core processor: Quad Core 1.3GHz, processor 2GB of RAM. Deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
  • Android OS: A stock Android OS giving you the security of Google protect without at unnecessary apps the take a space and invade your privacy.
  • HD+IPS Display: Display: Large 6.8" Brilliant Display+ IPS+touch screen- with 720x1600 resolution.
  • Camera: Camera: back and front camera- Rear 13MP + Front 8MP with high resolution in all your shots, have fun taking selfie and videos.
  • Memory: Memory: 2GB +Storage 16GB+Micro SD up to 64GB, Ideal for saving photos, videos and your contacts.
  • Accessories: Bluetooth True wireless Earbuds included
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by Shantanu, 10 out of 10
    Great phone

    This is an awesome phone at this price. No one can beat its value for money

    Sep 04, 2021 12:10
  • Samsung - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Galaxy Fold with 512GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked) - Cosmos Black
    Description

    Enjoy an adaptable mobile experience with this refurbished unlocked Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone. The stunning 4.6-inch Infinity Flex Display unfolds into a 7.3-inch screen for bigger images and convenient tablet-style functionality. This Cosmos black Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone has an octa-core processor and 12GB of RAM, letting you quickly switch between active applications, and the 512GB of storage holds a large media collection.Change the way you communicate and connect with this unlocked Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone. The 12GB of RAM and octa-core processor offer fast, powerful performance for seamless multitasking and gaming, while the 512GB of storage space leaves ample room for important files, photos and videos. This black Samsung Galaxy Fold smartphone features six cameras to accommodate selfie, wide-angle, ultrawide and telephoto shots.Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products.

    11 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 mobile platform: The octa-core 2.8GHz processor and 12GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus and more.
  • Android 9.0 Pie OS: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with most major U.S. carriers, such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 4G LTE speed: Galaxy Fold provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
  • 7.3" Infinity Flex display with 2152 x 1536 resolution: Folds into a compact device with a 4.6" HD+ Super AMOLED cover display with 720 x 1680 resolution. Galaxy Fold offers a powerful new way to multitask, watch videos, play games and more.
  • Six lenses. Versatile camera: No matter which way you hold or fold the device, the camera will be ready to capture the scene, so you never miss the moment.
  • 512GB internal memory: This smartphone provides plenty of storage space for your contacts, 4K videos, music, apps and more.
  • Cloud support lets you access your files anywhere: Store your documents and other files on 15GB for secure access across multiple devices. Fees may apply.
  • Use your smartphone as mobile hotspot: Share your 4G data connection with other compatible wireless devices.*
  • Ultimate multimedia experience: Galaxy Fold is designed for entertainment. Owing to its immersive visuals on the Dynamic AMOLED display and crisp, clear tone by AKG with the stereo speakers, your favorite movies and games come to life in rich sound and color.
  • Your fingerprint keeps your phone secure: Hold your finger on the fingerprint sensor to unlock your phone.
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by mary1927, 10 out of 10
    My best Samsung Phone!

    Love my new Samsung Galaxy Fold! Only issue I have is the keyboard set up when writing or texting!

    Jun 12, 2021 03:18
  • Motorola - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Moto G Power 2021 64GB (Unlocked) - Flash Gray
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Keep in touch with loved ones by using this refurbished Motorola moto g power smartphone. The 5000 mAh battery provides up to 3 days of use on a full charge, and the 48MP triple-camera system takes detailed photos and videos. This gray Motorola moto g power smartphone features 64GB of storage to accommodate your media collection, while the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor allows extensive multitasking.Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products.

    11 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor: Motorola's 2GHz octa-core processor and 4GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
  • Universal unlocked*: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 4G LTE speed: Provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
  • Triple camera system: Its 48.0MP main camera takes beautiful pictures, 2.0MP macro lens provides intricate textures and details, and 2.0MP depth camera puts your friends and family into focus for perfect portrait shots.
  • 8.0MP front-facing camera: Gives you clear, high-resolution selfies.
  • 6.6" Max Vision HD+ display: Lets you dive into the edge-to-edge color and detail with a large playground for everything you touch.
  • 64GB internal memory plus microSD slot: Provides plenty of storage space for your videos, music, apps and more. Expand your storage by adding a microSD card (sold separately).
  • Android 10: Offers new ways to control your privacy, customize your phone, and get things done. It's Android, just the way you want it.
  • Fingerprint reader: Ensures easy unlocking and access.
  • Water-repellent design: It can handle sweat, splashes, and light rain.
  • My UX: Customize your entertainment settings, and create a unique look.
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by Marco, 10 out of 10
    nice phone

    It's a really great version for long lasting battery an nice features at a good price

    Nov 10, 2021 01:50
  • Samsung - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Galaxy S10 with 128GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked) Prism - Black
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Streamline your professional and personal communication with this refurbished black Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone. The 6.1-inch cinematic Infinity Display delivers gorgeously detailed visuals, while a 16MP camera effortlessly captures professional-looking pictures and videos. This unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone has 128GB memory for all your favorite media content and apps.Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products.

    12 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 mobile platform: The octa-core 2.8GHz processor and plenty of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, and more.
  • Android 9.0 Pie OS: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 4G LTE speed: Galaxy S10 provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
  • 6.1" cinematic Infinity Display with 3040 x 1440 resolution: Its nearly frameless cinematic Infinity Display offers more detail and clarity, more immersive and uninterrupted content, in a slim, balanced form.
  • Up to 16.0MP pro-grade camera: Sees what you see. The pro-grade camera effortlessly captures epic, pro-quality images of the world as you see it.
  • 128GB storage: Expandable memory.¹ Scalable memory that grows with you.
  • Ultrasonic fingerprint ID: Protects and unlocks with the first touch. Just tap your screen to unlock. The in-display sensor opens seamlessly with one hand in almost any light, rain or shine, even when you're cooking or working out.
  • All-day intelligent battery: Intelligently assesses power by learning how and when you use your phone. The powerful, intelligent battery optimizes use based on how you live to deliver an intuitive and energetic peak performance throughout the day.²
  • Wireless PowerShare: Lets you wirelessly charge your Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Watch, or even a friend's phone right from your device.³
  • One UI design language: One UI to rule them all. One UI is designed for how you use your phone: with one hand. Less clutter, less friction, less putting all your things down to do something on your phone.
  • Bixby Routines: Daily rituals, elevated. Samsung Galaxy's intelligence learns from your routines, optimizing how your apps serve you.
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by bgentrup, 10 out of 10
    Great phone, quality used product like new!

    Great phone and a great deal with it being used. Can't even tell. Not a mark on it.

    Sep 25, 2020 16:18
  • OnePlus - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Nord N10 5G 128GB (Unlocked) - Midnight Ice
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Communicate effectively with this refurbished unlocked OnePlus Nord N10 5G smartphone. The 128GB of storage hold files and applications, while the 6.49-inch LCD screen allows easy menu navigation. This midnight ice OnePlus Nord N10 5G smartphone has a 4300 mAh LiIon battery that provides ample power for uninterrupted use, and the 6GB of RAM ensure fast, responsive performance.Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products.

    12 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 processor: Its powerful 2GHz octa-core processor and 6GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
  • Universal unlocked*: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 5G speed: Provides fast network speeds for downloading, uploading, and streaming content such as HD video and augmented or virtual reality.
  • Quad camera system: This smartphone's 64.0MP main camera takes beautiful pictures, 8.0MP ultrawide lens captures landscape shots, 2.0MP macro lens provides intricate textures and details, and 2.0MP monochrome camera puts your friends and family into focus for perfect portrait shots.
  • 16.0MP front-facing camera: Gives you clear, high-resolution selfies.
  • 6.49" IPS LCD FHD+ display: Lets you dive into the edge-to-edge color and detail with a large playground for everything you touch.
  • 128GB internal memory plus microSD slot: Provides plenty of storage space for your videos, music, apps and more. Expand your storage by adding a microSD card (sold separately).
  • Android 10: Offers new ways to control your privacy, customize your phone, and get things done. It's Android, just the way you want it.
  • Facial recognition: Verifies the identity of people using their face.
  • Fingerprint reader: Ensures easy unlocking and access.
  • Warp Charge: Improves the charging speed by 18%.
  • Dual speakers: Produce an immersive stereo audio experience, allowing you to enjoy your favorite content.
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by Rathu, 10 out of 10
    Nice Phone

    Nice Phone. Battery life lasted for 2 days before it needs charging.

    Jul 02, 2021 15:44
  • Motorola - Moto G Pure 32GB Memory (Unlocked) - Deep Indigo
    Description

    Meet Moto G Pure and get more of what you love. An ultra-wide view of your favorite movies, games, and video chats on a 6.5" Max Vision HD+ display. Plus, a two-day battery to keep the fun going all weekend long. And there’s more. Dual camera system with Night Vision. Super-responsive processor (3GB RAM). Water-repellent design. With Moto G Pure, more comes standard.

    9 Features
  • MediaTek Helio G25 processor: Super-responsive performance. Feel your phone respond instantly to every touch, tap, and swipe using an octa-core processor with HyperEngine.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, Boost, and H2O.
  • 13MP Dual Camera System: Dual camera system with Night Vision. Capture beautiful portraits with a blur effect and take incredibly vivid photos in the dark.
  • 6.5" Max Vision HD+ display: Bring your favorite games, movies, and video chats to life on a stunning ultra-wide screen.
  • Two-day battery: Keep the fun going all weekend long with a 4000 mAh battery.
  • Water-repellent design: Keep your phone safe from accidental spills and splashes.
  • Fingerprint reader: Securely unlock your phone with just the touch of your finger.
  • My UX: Control your phone with simple gestures, customize your entertainment settings, and create a look that’s one in a million.
  • Android™ 11: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • The Most Useful Review
  • Review by Camman, 10 out of 10
    Love it

    Great starter phone, not as quick as galaxy series.

    Nov 23, 2021 23:11
  • Sony - Xperia 1 III 5G 256GB (Unlocked) - Black
    Description

    Experience breathtaking speed in in your creative, entertainment or gaming from the World’s first 120Hz immersive 6.5” 4K HDR OLED display to the triple camera and four focal lengths which features Real-time autofocus even when shooting extended telephoto or up to 20fps continuous image capture.

    10 Features
  • Experience the lastest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G Mobile Platform: The Xperia 1 III is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G Mobile Platform to deliver the premium experiences you deserve
  • Three cameras with four versatile lens options: Expand your creative possibilities with four versatile lenses in a triple camera array, featuring fast, accurate AF across all cameras.
  • Speed and Beyond: World’s first smartphone with 120Hz 6.5” 4K HDR OLED display
  • Lightning fast focus, even at long range: World´s first smartphone with variable tele lens and Dual PD sensor
  • Superior Audio: World’s first smartphone with 360 Reality Audio through its speakers
  • Hear music as it was meant to be heard: Evolved Full-stage front facing stereo speakers – 40% louder
  • Turn your stereo music into immersive 360 Spatial Sound: 360 Spatial Sound up-mixes stereo music into immersive experiences
  • Beautifully design to last: IP65/68 water resistance and Corning Gorilla Glass Victus display
  • Win with Game Enhancer’s custom display, audio and mic settings: The Xperia 1 III lets you adjust white balance, so you can see the action more clearly and spot your opponents more easily
  • Use as high-quality external monitor and live stream from your camera: To further enhance your photographic experience, you can use the Xperia 1 III as a professional-grade high-quality external monitor or viewfinder for your Alpha or compatible camera with a range of useful settings
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by GCfk8, 10 out of 10
    Great upgrade from my Xperia 1 II

    Very happy with this phone. Beautiful and simple design, nice matte finish on the back.

    5G is fast and the call quality is clear/loud compare to the X1 II. I've had Samsung Note 20 ultra and S21 before this but i experienced completely lost of signal on both phones went the phone switching from 5G to LTE. This phone doesn't have this issue so far. Reception wasn't the best on the X1 II so i could tell the improvement on this phone.

    Awesome 4K display and sound quality which is something i truly enjoy with Sony phones. Camera has improved as well especially wide angle with much better clarity and detail.

    This phone has a minor overheating issue due to the SD888 chipset but the new software update 61.0.A.11.92 rolling out now fixed this issue and improved battery life as well. Very solid phone and now i enjoy it much more after the update. Very solid phone, great upgrade from my Xperia 1 II.

    Sep 08, 2021 17:52
  • Review by Esme, 10 out of 10
    In Love

    I've had an iphone for years and decided to finally make a switch. The good reviews for this phone and the specs made me incredibly interested, so I went for it. Well I've been using this phone for a while now and I love it. I've taken some fantastic pictures with this. I love the software and smart features for the camera. The dedicated camera button makes it so easy to quickly take pictures. I was able to take great pics of my dogs and nieces, which as we all know, taking pictures of animals and children are the biggest challenge! I was super impressed. The battery life is decent. The phone charges quickly and as someone that uses their phone all day, I'm satisfied with it. The screen and display is great, I love how the colors look more vibrant, and I love being able to toggle the 120hz refresh rate.

    One of my favorite things is how the phone fits in my hand. My issue is that I have small hands, so I had trouble using my iPhone 11 one-handed. This phone is very slim, I love it. It's not too wide so it makes one handed use very easy and comfortable. Overall I'm highly satisfied and don't really miss anything about my old phone.

    Sep 08, 2021 09:43
  • Review by foolio, 10 out of 10
    Superb

    Been using this phone for a week and it has been outstanding. It's slightly slimmer than my old phone, which I like. Materials and build quality are great. It is slightly heavy, but I feel it's a fair tradeoff for the performance and features it has. This phone is fast. I saw a big boost in internet browser speed compared to my old device.

    The screen is excellent, especially paired with the surprisingly powerful stereo speakers when watching video. Call quality is very clear, the best of any phone I've used and it was super easy to set up myself online through my carrier's website.

    Lastly I need to talk about the camera! This phone takes incredible pictures and with the advanced camera app it has gives a huge amount of control over the picture and camera settings. Very impressive zoom as well and I love that it has a dedicated shutter button which makes it easy to pull up the camera fast and snap a picture.

    And it still has a headphone jack! Love it!

    Sep 02, 2021 14:51
  • Review by Android4Life, 10 out of 10
    Great Android phone

    Great phone for Android fans who want something different than Samsung.

    Camera features, easy data transfer, and no extra bloatware from the manufacturer.

    Oct 25, 2021 20:24
  • Review by Brad69, 10 out of 10
    Dope as phone

    love it love you. the phone, not best buy you silly goose. But for real. Nice as* phone, super dope. Would highly recommend

    Sep 24, 2021 15:54
  • Review by MaxPrime, 10 out of 10
    good job Sony! excellent phone

    no complaints here at all, the phone works like its meant to and no issues so far.

    Oct 22, 2021 12:46
  • Review by lorddct, 8 out of 10
    Sony finally a player in the mobile Market

    This is probably the best Sony Phone ever made. I've been a huge Sony fan over the years, and probably can be considered a fan boy. But I've always loved the phones because of the build quality. Well this time it's got both a great build quality and software integration with Android.

    Camera: They've totally upped the game with the Camera and utilizing the Pro Camera makes it feel like a portable alpha camera. Low Light Pictures are great and the auto face tracking makes for great pictures and qualities.

    Sound: can still use some more of an improvement. I believe the on board speakers are still located at the bottom of the phone so if you put it in an incorrect position the sound can be a little muffled when on a call. Music, and playing videos have a nice surround sound though with sound coming from top and bottom providing a nice surround feeling. Noise Cancelling Earbuds are just great for airplanes, and I cannot wait to use them when the pandemic is over to see how it drains out the Aircraft noises.

    Battery Life: So far the battery is good, I can easily last maybe 2 days without having to charge.

    Finger Print: Once again the sensor is on the side, but can be a little finicy. Sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't but overall still more responsive than the X1

    Overall this phone is butterly smooth and really easy to use. The multi-switch mode is also soo much easier to use than previous Xperia X1. I no longer accidently hit it or trigger it and can easily trigger it when I want it to happen.

    Sony finally is back in the mobile game. It's not game changer but it's a welcoming sign to see Sony creating a solid device finally.

    Sep 04, 2021 01:08
  • Review by ekom44, 10 out of 10
    Sleek

    This is my second Sony phone. I had to update from the Xperia XZ2 Premium due to the AT&T 3G discontinuation. No issues very light great screen I enjoy all features. Plug and play when I fired it up took only a few minutes to transfer everything from other phone over.

    Oct 08, 2021 16:10
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    Samsung - Galaxy Z Flip3 5G 256GB (Unlocked) - Phantom Black
    Description

    A foldable display and informative cover screen put the old school flip phone to shame. With Flex Mode functionality, you can take hands-free selfies, group pics and videos with the sound of your voice . With our strongest aluminum frame ever and an IPX8 water-resistant rating, Galaxy Z Flip3 5G is engineered to play as hard as you do and always ready for your big moves.

    11 Features
  • Flex Mode: Enjoy the freedom to capture from any angle with Flex Mode. Unfold your screen to your best angle for hands-free pics and video calls. Choose what you want to capture, set it down, stand back and shoot your best shot.
  • Hands-free Pics / Videos: Hold your Galaxy Z Flip3 5G any way you like —or not at all. Flip to Flex Mode for hands-free pics, video calls and group selfies without the need for an outdated selfie stick.
  • Intuitive Camera: Capture the best of every day with an intuitive camera that takes super-sharp, steady photos and videos. And snap your best selfies hands-free. Now you never have to hold a pose too long for a great shot.
  • Compact Design: Show off your style game without the tradeoffs. With a compact design that unfolds, you don’t have to compromise screen size for your favorite outfit
  • Array of Colors: Whether you’re into sophisticated neutrals or vibrant tones, you’ll turn heads with every take. Complete your look with statement-making color choices of Phantom Black, Lavender, Green or Cream.
  • Fast Charging: Galaxy Z Flip3 5G charges fast so that all of your moments last. There's a right time for downtime and a low-battery signal, isn't it.
  • Informative Cover Screen: Control your phone, even when it's folded shut. Galaxy Z Flip3 5G notifies you on the external cover screen, so you can view notifications and check the weather.
  • Multi-Active Window: All of your favorite things, twofold. Launch two apps simultaneously, so you can take selfies while browsing Gallery, watch movies while texting friends and shop multiple stores at once for your go-to products, on the go.
  • Hyper-Fast Speed: You’re always up to speed, you deserve a phone that can keep up. With 5G¹ and our fastest Galaxy processor, you don’t have to suffer through another buffer to get on with your big plans.
  • Premium Craftsmanship: Live your best life with Galaxy Z Flip3 5G. Featuring premium craftsmanship and water resistance, it’s engineered to endure your busiest days and wildest nights.
  • Z Premier: Unfold a new world of benefits with exclusive Z Premier perks.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Melvin, 10 out of 10
    Great phone, but not for everyone.

    -For the price of what your getting for a phone that can do a feature and folding into a small form factor is great.

    -Build quality is great, feels sturdy in the hands and can take a beating. The body does have like a modern boxy feeling where you have more grip. The hinge also looks more subtle than before.

    -The display does have a 120hz refresh rate and feels fast, fluid, and shows great contrast of color, compared to the previous generations of the z flip where it only had a 60hz refresh rate but had the same fluid and contrast of color.

    -Camera’s are pretty decent for a phone in this form factor. I know that there are other devices out there that can out perform the flip’s camera but I can’t complain since Samsung cut the price 400-500 dollars off from the previous model. Although it would be nice that they did make a new camera system for it but obviously the price would go up.

    -Cover display is a big improvement from the previous generation which only had a 1.1 inch display which was pretty mediocre. Now it has a 1.9 inch display which is bigger and more usable than the previous version. You can customize it to your liking and setup your widgets.

    -The screen protector and the actual display has been reinforced and has better materials than previous z flip models. The screen feels like an actual glass screen on what you would feel on a regular candybar phone. Now the crease is still there but after using it a bit, you’ll get used to it easily.

    -Battery life is not that great to be honest, considering you having a 120hz brighter display and a new processor which can be a power hungry chip is a big deal considering this only have a 3300 mah battery. The phone will lose battery fast if you use gps and if you keep your display brightness high at all times.

    -The battery does drain constantly when you first start using the device because it is getting used to your usage patterns which means on what you do on a daily basis and what apps you use the most.

    -The phone does get warm because of it being used to do something hard or do gps but that is pretty much on most phones as well but it is a thing to note down.

    -I have been noticing a little glitch lately with the Picture in picture feature with youtube. From what it looks like, the refresh rate has an issue trying to run a video and do a different task at the same time which is weird because this has never happened to me on any device but it can most likely be fixed on a software update.

    *Overall, this is one of the best flipping smartphones out right now, especially for the price, it is crazy on how this technology is slightly getting cheaper letting out users have the opportunity to purchase it. Even with the slight downsides, you would learn to adapt to it and not notice it except for the battery life of course. I would give this phone a 9.4/10, it has some

    things I would want to be fixed in the future version but it is a pretty high grade for a phone like this. There is also a case on the phone which is the official transparent case from Samsung and I would say that it is pretty good for the price.*

    Sep 06, 2021 22:26
  • Review by rsxrsx1998, 10 out of 10
    Wife loves it!

    Purchased this for my wife who works in the medical field. She states that the biggest benefit to her is that the phone fits in her scrub pocket a lot better than her S20 did. She also enjoys the side screen for quick views.

    Oct 29, 2021 23:54
  • Review by JCOM, 8 out of 10
    Best folding smartphone!

    A phone that fits into a way less space! The screen is super crisp, when it’s close fits perfectly inside my pocket, when open the screen is large enough to read texts, emails or watch videos, I always wanted a folding phone, so overall I’m happy with my purchase!

    Nov 06, 2021 10:31
  • Review by FlipperPhone, 10 out of 10
    MsFlipperPhone

    This thing is so cool. I'm blown away by the build quality. It feels so sturdy when you're opening and closing it. And when it's open you couldn't tell it's two halves joined by a very robust hinge.

    The screen does have a slight "crease" in the middle. But it's imperceptible from a distance. The built-in screen feels more like glass than a soft plastic, which is a major plus.

    Overall, it's got great performance, screens, and build. The cameras and speakers are very OK, but not the pinnacles of mobile devices. And the waterproofing with stronger aluminum makes for a very sturdy phone.

    Sep 06, 2021 01:19
  • Review by Radio, 10 out of 10
    Cellular

    I like form, easy use, good imagen and the touch is perfect!

    Nov 05, 2021 19:51
  • Review by Willy, 10 out of 10
    Nice Phone

    Was so looking forward to using this phone. Unfortunately, it had to be returned, sure to it not being compatible with the Sprint network.

    Sep 24, 2021 18:50
  • Review by salcedo, 10 out of 10
    salcedo

    well you have to feel this new format and check the same facilitys but in diferent look , is a good device

    Oct 04, 2021 16:31
  • Review by Nana, 10 out of 10
    Live, love smart

    Wow..cool..smartest phone device ever...so much access and so little space occupied in my purse...

    Sep 17, 2021 21:23
  • 9.6score
    Samsung - Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G 128GB (Unlocked) - Navy
    Description

    Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G is crafted so you don’t need to choose between video and photo. With a single tap, you can pull super-clear stills straight from high-resolution 8K video. Or if you’re looking to capture stunning photos, the 108MP camera feels like you’ve brought your own professional studio with you. Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G, designed to be epic in every way.

    13 Features
  • Life moves fast. S21 Ultra moves faster.: Transform your story sharing, live streaming, video-editing and multi-tasking with hyper fast processor speeds (Compared to GS20)
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • Connectivity built for today. And tomorrow.: Built with 5G connectivity in mind, you can share, scroll, browse and binge in a flash¹.
  • Our best camera. Your best life.: Zoom in close, take photos and videos like a pro, and capture incredible share-ready moments with our easy-to-use, multi-lens camera.
  • Trust us, you'll look amazing in 8K video: A night out. Your best friend’s birthday party. Family moments you’ll want to remember forever. Capture your life’s best moments in head-turning, super-smooth 8K video.
  • Movie-making magic in the palm of your hand: Slide into the director’s chair and create share-ready videos on the spot with multi-cam recording and automatic pro-style effects.
  • Spontaneity, now captured from multiple angles: Create share-ready GIFs and videos in a single take² or pick your favorite moments and pull your favorite stills in super high-res to share with your followers.
  • The highest resolution camera you can get on a smartphone: Pick up more pixels with the highest resolution you can get on a smartphone at 108MP, while an upgraded sensor gives you more color and way less noise in low light³.
  • Get closer with the most powerful zoom on a smartphone: Zoom in with amazing clarity with a dual-lens combo of 3x and 10x optical zoom, or go even further with our revolutionary 100x Space Zoom.
  • Our best smartphone display yet. There, we said it.: Galaxy S21 Ultra comes with our highest contrast ratio and a 6.8" adaptive display that automatically adjusts from 10Hz to 120Hz. Plus, intuitive blue-light management adjusts based on time of day to keep your eyes happy.
  • All your photos are keepers. So keep ‘em.: Every moment matters. Hold on to them with S21+ 5G’s extensive built-in storage⁴.
  • All day battery, and then some. No charging.: Power every scroll, click, tap, and stream all day long and then some⁵ with an intelligent battery that works with you, not against you⁶.
  • A striking new phone design — may cause phone envy: Modern haze finishes with an all-new integrated metal camera design and our toughest glass on a smartphone. Groundbreaking — it’s a vibe. And it looks good on you.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Erick, 10 out of 10
    Really good phone

    One of the bests cellphones of this year. I love the refresh rate of the screen. Is so smooth. Is a big phone, but not as big as the iPhone 12 Pro Max. I really like the cameras, the have a really good quality.

    Oct 18, 2021 11:22
  • Review by Samsung, 10 out of 10
    Samsung 21 ultra

    Great phone ,pictures r excellent the zoom in on this phone is beyond awesome

    Oct 24, 2021 18:22
  • Review by Holly, 10 out of 10
    Galaxy S21 Ultra

    I wasn't exactly sure which type of phone to purchase when I first walked into Best Buy. I was deciding between the Google Pixel 5 and Samsung Galaxy S21. However, after talking more to the best buy associate, Taylor, I came to realize that the Galaxy S21 Ultra was tailored more for my needs. Thanks to Taylor, I realized that the Ultra existed and was capable of producing such high resolution photos, along with special features such as the director's view. That was enough to sale it for me. Although I was a little worried about how large the phone would be compared to my prior one, I do not regret the decision. Overall, I love the phone's capabilities and I'm so impressed by how well the photos turned out on my recent hike! I am so fortunate to have been helped out by Taylor in my phone selection process. Taylor was easy to talk to and provided exceptional customer service by going out of her way to answer all of my questions, as well as offer honest advice in my purchasing decision.

    Mar 30, 2021 21:29
  • Review by Prettygood, 10 out of 10
    The best phone you can get.

    The phone is fast and snappy with one of the best features being it's camera. Being able to take pictures of birds up ton the sky really shows how good it is. Worth every dollar.

    Sep 23, 2021 22:40
  • Review by Raed, 2 out of 10
    Owner

    Very bad,It not worth has amount.

    .

    Tooooooo bad it just broke down the back side when it was in my pocket, I purchase it before 13 days when I come back the side we can not return it or exchange it .I paid only the case $45

    Mar 04, 2021 23:55
  • Review by Techuser95, 10 out of 10
    Great phone

    My favorite phone!! Love the matte finish very fast. Great camera plus the s pen support ..i am coming from the note 20 ultra. And i love this phone and have not looked back lol most importanly. I love this color

    I also bought the laptop to match .

    Aug 02, 2021 19:44
  • Review by Odeho, 10 out of 10
    Indescribable.

    So, have you been looking for a phone that actually DOES what you want, when you want? THIS is it, AND more. I've had it for a week, been playing around with it as much as I can, and it's STILL keeps revealing more stuff to play with.

    Unbelievably smooth, wonderful to hold, (even though I've now wrapped it with a USG protector), great to navigate around on.

    SO many camera options, SO many ease of access apps.

    I love it. The price is up there, but it's SO much more than I've ever had on my S8. It's extremely worth it, and I've only had it for about a week. Can't wait to get that camera out there, and earn it's keep!

    Feb 05, 2021 17:38
  • Review by Thorizine, 10 out of 10
    Crossed over to the dark side!

    Switched from Apple over to android and wanted a phone that was comparable. So far I've loved using it. Just a few days in and I love the feel and the camera on this thing!

    Aug 20, 2021 16:04
  • 9.4score
    Samsung - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Galaxy Note10+ with 256GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked) - Aura Glow
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Capture 4K videos with the 16MP pro-grade camera on this refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note10+ smartphone. The 2.9GHz octa-core processor and 12GB of RAM offer plenty of power for running complex applications and games, while the included S-Pen lets you take notes and interact on the fly. This unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note10+ smartphone features 256GB of internal memory that easily holds large files and a 6.8-inch dynamic AMOLED Display for clarity and detail.Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products.

    13 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 mobile platform: Its 2.9GHz octa-core processor and 12GB of RAM ensure outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, and more.
  • Android 9.0 Pie OS: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with most major U.S. carriers, including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 4G LTE speed: Galaxy Note10 provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
  • 6.8" Dynamic AMOLED Infinity Display with 3040 x 1440 resolution: Nearly frameless Infinity Display boasts more detail, clarity, immersive and uninterrupted content in a slim, balanced form.
  • Up to 16.0MP pro-grade camera with ToF sensor: Note puts a studio in your pocket with a full set of pro lenses, including ultrawide for amazing landscapes and micro zoom for epic details.
  • 10.0MP in-display front portrait camera: The front-facing lens embedded in Infinity Display allows for nuanced depth and beautiful portraits.
  • 256GB storage: Samsung offers plenty of storage space for your 4K videos, high-resolution photographs, music, contacts, apps, etc. Expand the storage up to 512GB by adding a microSD card (sold separately).
  • Use your phone as a mobile hot spot: Share your data connection with other compatible wireless devices.¹
  • S Pen is like magic wand for your smartphone: The remote gestures, shutter, playlist button, handwriting-to-text conversion, video editing, scrubbing, screen-off memo, and more, let you do a lot, fast.
  • Ultrasonic fingerprint ID: Protects and unlocks with the first touch. Just tap your screen to unlock. The in-display sensor opens seamlessly with one hand in almost any light, rain or shine, even when you're cooking or working out.
  • All-day intelligent battery: Assesses power by learning how and when you use your phone. The powerful, smart battery optimizes use based on how you live to deliver an intuitive and energetic peak performance throughout the day.²
  • Bixby Routines: Daily rituals, elevated. Note10 learns from your routines, optimizing how your apps serve you.
  • 7 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Jimmy, 8 out of 10
    Dont buy Geek squad refurbished

    I bought it in first place for $850 refurbished and when arrived the screen had a black spot. Im leaving 4 stars after all cause customer service was nice and i end up pay the difference and buy a new one. Not hassle at all.

    Feb 27, 2020 22:21
  • Review by RamHemi4x4, 10 out of 10
    NOTE10+

    This was the only place I could get a Samsung Galaxy Note10+. Couldn’t get one from T-Mobile

    Sep 17, 2021 18:53
  • Review by McKenna, 8 out of 10
    Samsung galaxy note 10+

    Phone came in good condition but the pen was cracked and the volume key was sticky. Price should have been dropped due to that. Phone came with a charger only.

    Feb 26, 2021 19:37
  • Review by Ladybug, 10 out of 10
    Great phone!

    I LOVE all things Samsung, especially the galaxies! I am head over heels in love with my note 10+!

    Aug 17, 2020 11:28
  • Review by coff, 10 out of 10
    good

    great good service price and quality will always come back

    Dec 05, 2019 08:27
  • Review by Digger, 10 out of 10
    awesome

    great phone. easy to use. Love the display.

    This is my review

    Aug 28, 2020 16:24
  • Review by Thomas, 10 out of 10
    Perfect

    Easy to use with perfect size screen. Nice sleek screen. Great platform.

    Apr 09, 2020 22:56
  • 9.4score
    Samsung - Galaxy S10 with 128GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked) Prism Prism - Black
    Description

    Do more with Samsung Galaxy S10's bold form and intelligent battery, and a camera and processor that can do almost anything. Galaxy S10 features a cinematic screen and more power. Its pro-grade camera with optical zoom ensures effortless capture, and ultrasonic fingerprint ID offers a new level of security, unlocking with a tap of the screen.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    12 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 mobile platform: The octa-core 2.8GHz processor and plenty of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus and more.
  • Android 9.0 Pie OS: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 4G LTE speed: Galaxy S10 provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
  • 6.1" cinematic Infinity Display with 3040 x 1440 resolution: Its nearly frameless cinematic Infinity Display offers more detail and clarity, more immersive and uninterrupted content, in a slim, balanced form.
  • Up to 16.0MP pro-grade camera: Sees what you see. The pro-grade camera effortlessly captures epic, pro-quality images of the world as you see it.
  • 128GB storage: Expandable memory.¹ Scalable memory that grows with you.
  • Ultrasonic fingerprint ID: Protects and unlocks with the first touch. Just tap your screen to unlock. The in-display sensor opens seamlessly with one hand in almost any light, rain or shine, even when you're cooking or working out.
  • All-day intelligent battery: Intelligently assesses power by learning how and when you use your phone. The powerful, intelligent battery optimizes use based on how you live to deliver an intuitive and energetic peak performance throughout the day.²
  • Wireless PowerShare: Lets you wirelessly charge your Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Watch, or even a friend's phone right from your device.³
  • One UI design language: One UI to rule them all. One UI is designed for how you use your phone: with one hand. Less clutter, less friction, less putting all your things down to do something on your phone.
  • Bixby Routines: Daily rituals, elevated. Samsung Galaxy's intelligence learns from your routines, optimizing how your apps serve you.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by HectorTheDirector, 10 out of 10
    Apple who?

    This is the best Samsung smartphone they have ever freaking made, truly. I traded in my Google pixel 3XL for around $360. Best smartphone I've ever purchased. It opens applications faster than you can say molasses. The triple camera is freaking sick, I use ultra-wide lens all the time. Neither Apple Pay or Google Pay have anything on Samsung Phone, it's literally accepted anywhere. It's so funny to see merchants swear up and down that my Samsung Pay will not work because they don't have nfc-enabled terminals but it's funny to see their faces when Samsung Pay works every time. Samsung's on top of the smartphone game once again.

    May 21, 2019 00:53
  • Review by SamsungFan, 10 out of 10
    Samsung-Galaxy S10 128GB Cell Phone( Unlocked)

    I am very pleased with the capability of this Galaxy S10 handset. It has a very great 128GB internal memory capacity, both cameras record quite good pics and I adore the curved edge design at the periphery of the screen. It is also allows clear audibility for all incoming and outgoing calls.

    Nov 07, 2021 15:02
  • Review by eztola, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic samsung S10

    it`s a long time that i use samsung phones.

    i was waiting for 10th anniversary of galaxy series.

    S10 is the best phone in the market. much better than Iphone.

    Apr 24, 2019 15:22
  • Review by KingZoe, 10 out of 10
    A Birthday Gift

    I have had a Samsung Galaxy phone since the S2. I then upgraded to the S4, the S6, and now (FINALLY after 4 years) the S10 and I am ecstatic! I forgot how nice is it to actually have a phone that doesn't crash from sheer age (I definitely got my money's worth out of my older phones, but I was very happy to upgrade)

    Pros

    - I love the color (coral), it's unique and no one I know has that!

    - It's fast, and doesn't freeze or lag like my older galaxies.

    - It has so much storage! I have the 128 GB and have just barely used half of it with SO many apps and photos.

    - Speaking of photos, this phone does wonders with it! Camera quality is a huge selling point for me and phones and I was pleased to see just how versatile the factory camera is on this! It does wonders for home photos (wide lense) as well as close ups and everything in between :)

    - Because I have the Samsung buds, Watch Active, and Galaxy S6 Tablet, it all integrates seamlessly and I've become a huge fan.

    - It's just beautiful. The screen is gorgeous, the vibrant colors still blow me away, and after over 6 in a half months and dropping a few times (no damage), it's still working flawlessly.

    - It doesn't have an annoying notch like the iPhones did/do, and although there is a camera in the display it's not distracting at all.

    - THE AUDIO - the Dolby Atmos addition blows me away. I turned it on and watched one of my favorite audio-testing videos and couldn't believe my ears, I was confused how sound was coming from behind me when in reality the phone was sitting in front of me haha. Blown away by the audio quality for phone speakers.

    Cons

    - The only con I've had thus far is getting the double tap to show my display to work on the first try... I've had to just tap constantly to make sure it turns on faster than just waiting for it to not work and try again.

    --

    All in all best phone I've had to date! I will continue to go the Samsung Galaxy route because I'm just in love with how their phones' functionality and aesthetically pleasing design come together as opposed to my boyfriend's Razer phone, for instance. The display blows his out of the water, the phone is all around more sleek infinitely lighter, and more natural to hold in your hand. Just saying... ;)

    Jul 05, 2020 16:32
  • Review by Usmankh, 10 out of 10
    Great phone for the price $600 with Sprint network

    I bought galaxy s10 for $600 with sprint network.

    Great phone i am loving it

    Jul 12, 2019 15:48
  • Review by Marvelous, 10 out of 10
    Time

    I love my phone its very useful for things other than telling time. For instance if I need to check my heart rate. Among other things.

    Nov 27, 2020 08:53
  • Review by HanShotFirst, 4 out of 10
    Ok device ... poor screen design

    So, I haven’t had a Samsung phone since the S7 and really wanted to like this device. There are several things that I thought Samsung did a fantastic job on, however a couple things that are making me second guess my purchase. I like the customization and personalization that it offers. However, the fingerprint reader is spotty. I’ve heard software updates are coming so, fair enough. When registering for the face unlock biometrics it states in the disclaimer that someone can use an image of my face to unlock the device. How is this a secure way to lock my device when an image of my face can unlock my phone? Last but not least ... the screen. Now before those fanboys reading this freak out, I’m not saying that the screen isn’t a good looking display. However the design of the screen fails in 2 ways. One the camera placement. It’s funny to me to see the wallpapers out there that essentially “hide” the camera. If it’s a great design choice over a “notch” or the S8/S9 devices... embrace it. However it’s pretty distracting while looking at the screen, more so than I anticipated. Secondly, and more important, the edge of the device looks terrible if you look at the phone at a slight angle. It’s VERY noticeable in email. You have to look at the screen straight on to not notice the darkening on the edges. It reminds me of the way DLP TVs used to be where you had to sit right in the middle to enjoy the picture. Why should I have to hold my phone at the perfect angle to enjoy the display? I have a couple days to return this device and probably will. I highly recommend looking at the demo units in the store to see if you can get past the faults in the display. At first I thought my phone was defective but after seeing several S10/+ demo units in stores that have the same issue, I know it’s a design flaw.

    Mar 19, 2019 19:04
  • Review by Manolo, 10 out of 10
    Best smartphone ever

    The shipment arrived on time, excellent service and the best prices.

    Nov 11, 2019 21:16
  • 9.4score
    Samsung - Galaxy Z Fold3 5G 512GB (Unlocked) - Phantom Black
    Description

    Unfold a world of possibilities with Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G. You can do it all on this incredible device that’s so much more than a phone — it’s a compact yet powerful tablet that helps you master your busy life. Bring your workspace anywhere with a foldable, expansive screen that gives you multiple windows that make multitasking a breeze.

    10 Features
  • Expansive Screen: See more and do more with the ultimate foldable screen that puts a super slim tablet right in your pocket.
  • Under Display Camera: Take in an incredible uninterrupted view with a true edge-to-edge viewing experience thanks to our first-ever Under Display Camera.
  • Smooth 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED 2X Screen: Ultra-vibrant, ultra-clear and ultra-smooth —we’ve put an ultra-dynamic display on a super-expansive screen for a mesmerizing viewing experience.
  • Multitasking: Work smarter not harder with three multi-windows that allow you to schedule, edit and build presentations in a snap —or take notes with the S Pen.¹
  • Hyper-Fast Speed: Live life in the fast lane with built-in 5G connectivity and hyper-fast processing power.
  • Flex Mode: Do more of what you love at the same time with Galaxy Z Fold3 5G Flex Mode. Fold it at any angle, and hold it any way you like —or go hands-free and not hold it at all.
  • Super Smooth Display: Enjoy a mesmerizing viewing experience with this ultra-vibrant, ultra-clear and ultra smooth dynamic display on a super expansive screen.
  • Super Fast Charging: Galaxy Z Fold3 5G charges super fast² so you can stay on top of what matters.
  • Premium Craftsmanship: Because life happens, Galaxy Z Fold3 5G is water-resistant and made with our strongest aluminum frame for enhanced protection, making it as sturdy as it is sleek.
  • Z Premier: Unfold a new world of benefits with exclusive Z Premier perks.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Gnetmobile, 8 out of 10
    Good on paper not so in real life

    I got this phone and it is a nice piece of technology. The main screen is beautiful and the build quality is top notch. However, I feel that for the money Samsung left a lot to be desired. I had a Galaxy S21 Ultra and the fold 3 is on superior on having the main big screen. Other than that the S21 Ultra is more practical for daily use plus it has a way superior camera. The fold 3 only excels as a mini tablet for content consumption, but as a daily use phone it lacks practicality. Just having a mount for your car is a challenge, the battery life is a joke and the cameras are just OK....just OK is not the premium I expected. If the fold 3 was $1000 or even $1200 I would be Ok, but at nearly $2000 (with tax) it is better investment to keep the S21 Ultra and buy a nice tablet like the Tab S7. Don't get me wrong, the fold is amazing and delivers what it states on paper. But paper does not translate that well in real life. If money is not an issue, then go for it, but if you want the best bang for your $2000 then buy a better phone and pair it with a tablet and you will even save money. I am glad I kept my S21 ultra. I returned the fold 3 and now I am getting a tablet. Maybe the next gen will be the one for me to switch. I like what Samsung is doing, but needs to cook for an little longer. Thx

    Sep 11, 2021 17:49
  • Review by Mislead, 10 out of 10
    Love the phone but not happy with Best Buy staff

    Love the phone but dont get mislead by the sales staff if your on ATT buy the ATT phone and not the unlocked one you will only get LTE service on the unlocked. Had to return my unlocked after being told that it will work and spending days calling ATT and dealing with best buy staff could not get 5G working. In then end I had to pay the restocking fee for there misleading info and returning the phone.

    Now Im waiting for my phone from ATT and got 1000 off with my triad in.

    Sep 13, 2021 20:38
  • Review by kevinC, 10 out of 10
    Amazing

    I went from a Note 9 to the Fold 3. This phone is amazing.I wish it had the extra memory slot so I could move my card. Other then that this phone is great. Both displays are crystal clear. I made sure to get the S Pen, and Just like my note, I am using it alot. So far so good. This phone is fast and I love the 120 hz display. You don't know how great it is until you have it. My wife and I found ourselves watching the MLB Playoffs at a restaurant on this device at the table. The wait staff thought we had a portable TV lol. The speakers are loud and clear. This device is expensive but it is awesome.

    Oct 16, 2021 06:59
  • Review by Messor, 8 out of 10
    It is a good phone/e-reader

    So far so good. I have had it for a week and I have not run into any issues that would be a concern. The crease in the screen does take some getting used to when there are reflections to worry about and the under screen front camera is lack luster. The speakers are fantastic (I was using a note 9). It is just the right size for a little e-reader. It can get a little warm to the touch during heavy use but not any more then other phones. Battery life if good enough, I am charging only to 85% to keep it running as long as I can and even then I end the day with 30-40% with moderate use. If the main screen is used all day it is another story though.

    Still would tell people to wait till there is a good deal but so far it has been a good phone.

    Sep 17, 2021 11:56
  • Review by BlackFrost, 10 out of 10
    Another Step Ahead....

    The Z Fold 3 is an improvement over previous models.

    The large screen is wonderful when using multiple apps together.

    Speakers are loud, considering.

    120hz possible on all 3 screens.

    The "Director Mode" on the Camera is really nice to see multiple angles of photos and videos at one time.

    The list of positives and possibilities are endless.

    But, realistically, this device is not for everybody.

    It is not for the ones who are tough one phones, it is water resistant but not dust resistant.

    Read only the unbiased reviews because some have a paid agenda to misinform.

    Oct 28, 2021 09:05
  • Review by Review, 10 out of 10
    Great!

    Great phone if you need larger text, easier to see. Works great. Lots of storage. Videos and photos look great. There is a crease down the center when phone is open but it does not affect the screen and its barely noticeable. The phone is easy to use. The only problem i could see with it is....it is very fragile so if someone is not good with being careful, this is not a good choice. The battery does run out quicker.... i usually have to charge it again during the day at some point.

    Oct 20, 2021 02:37
  • Review by Peach, 10 out of 10
    Best phone available right now

    Best phone I have ever owned, hands down!! I feel like a kid with a new gameboy. Having a folding tablet in my pocket has been the most productivity boosting thing for me!

    Oct 01, 2021 20:49
  • Review by Laptop, 10 out of 10
    Best phone I've ever owned

    This phone is one of the best phones I've ever owned. The screen on the front is a bit smaller than normal phone, but the screen to unfold is unlike anything I've ever used. Incredible product and i hope it lasts me a very long time!

    Oct 20, 2021 02:20
  • 9.2score
    Google - Pixel 3a - 64GB (Unlocked) - Just Black
    Description

    Get a better mobile viewing experience with this unlocked Google Pixel 3a smartphone. The 5.6-inch FHD+ touch display delivers sharp high-contrast images, and the built-in stereo speakers produce loud, accurate audio. This Google Pixel 3a smartphone connects to wireless headphones via Bluetooth and has an adaptive battery that offers hours of viewing per charge.

    15 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processor: Octa-core (2.0GHz + 1.7GHz) and 4GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
  • Hey Google, get it done: Get more done with an extraordinary camera, fast-charging battery and the helpful Google Assistant built in.
  • Android 9.0 Pie OS: Adapts to you and how you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better and better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, such as Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 5.6" Full HD+ (2220 x 1080) OLED touch screen: This extra-large screen is matched with a slim body to comfortably fit in your hand. Offers 18:9 cinema-like screen ratio that's perfect for viewing videos, photos and playing games.
  • 12.2MP rear-facing camera: The dual-pixel camera is fast enough to catch just about anything and smart enough to understand what it sees. Also includes an 8.0MP front-facing camera for self-portraits and video.
  • Better pictures with Night Sight: You'll never want to use your flash again. Night Sight lets you capture rich detail and color even in the dark.
  • Take flawless photos with Portrait mode: Enjoy beautiful portraits that focus on your subject as the background fades into a blur.
  • Free unlimited storage with Google Photos: Allows you to save all your photos and videos at high quality.¹
  • Keep everyone in focus: Motion Auto Focus will make sure the people and pets in your shot stay sharp as you get a quick snapshot.
  • Know who's calling and why: Let the Google Assistant help screen your calls, so you know who's calling and why before you pick up.
  • Charges fast. Lasts all day: Get more done with Adaptive Battery that ensures 7 hours of use on just a 15-minute charge. It's designed to learn your favorite apps and reduce power to the ones you rarely use.²
  • 3 years of security and OS updates: Keep your phone protected against the latest threats and performing at its best.³
  • Safeguard your data: The custom-made Titan M security chip helps secure the operating system and your most sensitive data, such as passwords.
  • Store more of what you love: Use the Quick Switch Adapter to transfer your messages, contacts, and photos to your new device.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by AfriPoke, 10 out of 10
    Exceeded expectations

    I got off the flagship treadmill with this purchase. I've previously owned nearly every new Galaxy model. The increase in cost was simply ridiculous and I decided to send my S8+ to a relative.

    I need a phone to make calls. This one does so incredibly well. I don't know if it has a better antenna, or the circuitry is streamlined, but I get signal in places I didn't before. Not an extra 'bar fakeout' on the screen, I can actually make/complete calls in habitual locations that I couldn't before.

    I honestly can't tell the difference in the lesser processor speed. I use Adobe on my phone quite a bit and I don't play games, so those are really the only things where I suppose I would notice a slow down. I've yet to experience any prolonged waits.

    I was worried about the storage space. With no SD slot, I thought I'd max my storage. Not even close. In fact, the fixed storage (64gb) helped me get off my butt and clean out old apps I never use anymore. I'm sure others may need extra space and will disagree, but I certainly don't have an issue with it.

    The camera. It's just the best. I take a lot of photos and videos. This camera is exceptional. The night modes and time lapse functions are exponentially better than the Galaxy line.

    Ease of use. Most of my stuff is parked on Drive and OneDrive. The interoperability with everything is fantastic and I'm so glad to be rid of Samsung bloat. Zero issues with accessing OneDrive and the suite of Office products I use. It's seamless. Maps, Drive, Assistant, etc just work better on a Google phone.

    Battery life is stellar. The power saving mode routinely will allow for 24hrs of light to medium use. The quick top up charge they advertise is no gimmick. It works.

    Privacy. Google seems to be taking privacy issues seriously. The CEO is driving this and I fully believe the market will begin demanding it. I'm hoping this trajectory continues.

    Value. I got the phone for 300.00 flat and they threw in a Google Mini for my home assistant setup. I don't know how that can be beat? No leasing nonsense and run on, confusing financing crap. I leased my S8+ and the experience disgusted me. When I got a hairline crack in the screen, the quote to replace it was 298.00 before taxes. Give me a break!

    It's a great little phone that does all I need it to do at a price that is hard to beat. If that's what you're looking for, go check one out. I'm definitely a convert.

    Jun 21, 2019 16:34
  • Review by NeverendingNightmare, 10 out of 10
    The best smartphone I've ever had!

    This is hand down one of the best phones I've ever had. It's nice they used the same camera in the 3a as they did the 3!

    I have no reason to upgrade from this phone until it stops working. The batter charges so fast it's rediculous. The camera is phenomenal! All the extra settings and little things this Google phone has is really cool and comes in handy.

    I have recommended this phone to everyone who is looking for a new phone.

    I have had zero issues with mine and yes I'm clumsy and have dropped it many times. I got a great case from Amazon for $10 and it's outperformed other cases Ive had in the past.

    I'm clumsy and drop phones sometimes but I'm not necessarily hard on them.

    For example, I've never broken a phone screen or other wise in my life.

    I would like to mention that people that download tons of apps or watch those certain private time videos on their phones well those phones are gonna have issues. Any phone. You put a ton of stuff on any phone and it's gonna run poorly.

    So people complaining about this phone being slow or anything like that, Id bet money they got more apps on their phone then they know what to do with.

    Also remember you should always do a factory reset on your phone once a year. And weekly shut down your phone for a few mins and turn it back on.

    If I ever need to get another phone , I'll be getting another google phone without a second thought.

    One cool this about google phones is you can connect to support via text on your phone and they will do battery testing and all that.

    If you have Google devices and your phone gets low the Google devices will remind you to charge it.

    So what I'm trying to say is. This phone is awesome and you should give it a try if you are shopping for a new phone.

    Also im a big picture taker! And a lot of phones today push the camera , geez today half the back of phones are camera lenses :/

    This phones camera is fantastic. Front and back camera. It even has front illumination for selfies if that's your kinda thing.

    I've taken photos off this camera that people have thought were from some fancy I phone.

    Nope, the "budget "pixel 3a.

    Remember the 3a has the SAME CAMERA as the 3! Save the money and get the 3a.

    I honestly have no clue how this phone has bad reviews but I am 100% guessing it's due to the user and not the phone. Stop filling phones up with rediculous apps.

    Jul 29, 2021 08:15
  • Review by Abhishek, 10 out of 10
    A awesome phone —So light So Practical

    This indeed a great phone. Google has seriously put great effort and made this practical phone if such price

    Jun 16, 2019 21:01
  • Review by Dave, 8 out of 10
    Good Phone

    I decided to buy this phone at best buy

    I so glad that I did it had been one of the best phones that I have ever owned

    Takes great pictures and a good processor,response is great

    Aug 16, 2019 17:52
  • Review by Anonymous, 10 out of 10
    Great Smartphone

    Get it if you like to use Stock Android at the best price. Even though you have the 670 SOC, you will experience no lags. And all, you still have 3.5mm headphone jack. Go for it!

    Sep 02, 2019 12:12
  • Review by CFlower, 10 out of 10
    Best Phone & Camera on a Budget!

    Love the phone!!! Easy & simple to use. The speakers are excellent for listening to music, comes out loud & clear.

    The Camera is amazing with plenty of options like portrait, night sight, panorama, slow motion, time lapse, lens & photo sphere! It has rapid charge! Only takes about an hour to an hour & a half to charge! Got a great Early Black Friday deal & it was worth the wait!

    Dec 13, 2019 20:54
  • Review by Mare, 10 out of 10
    Perfect Camera and Phone.. Just a few words of adv

    One of the best cheap upgrades I could have gotten after spending 4 long years attached to my old iPhone 5. The increase in camera quality is stunning. I probably take 5x more photos because of it, and all of them turn out great. 10/10 device.

    If you are planning to buy one, I have a few words of advice from someone who's learned it the hard way. Get a screen protector!! I have 2 cracks and 1 minor (but annoying) scratch because of my stubborn attitude to go spend 8 bucks on one. and I've heard people who have lots of scratches even though they handled the phone gently. It triggers my OCD all the time, and even if hardly noticable, I just think it's worth buying one.

    But in end, this phone is fantastic if you're looking for a great camera, system, and performance. There are little details in the phone that kind of just add a magical feel to it. I'll give one away which is the music sensor. Can be turned on in settings, but essentially it picks up music playing nearby you and tells you the artist and song. The other things are just something you'll have to find out :)

    (Added a few pics I took on the device)

    Sep 11, 2019 00:09
  • Review by mgrh, 10 out of 10
    Easy transition from a Pixel to a newer Pixel.

    Since my previous phone was also a Google Pixel, switching to a newer model wasn't hard. It (the 3a) seems a bit lighter in weight than my original Google Pixel but works well. The camera seems very good, as was my earlier one. I'm glad I got another Pixel and the price was fairly good, too. I find it easy to use.

    Aug 02, 2019 16:03
  • 9.2score
    Samsung - Galaxy S20 5G Enabled 128GB (Unlocked) - Cosmic Gray
    Description

    This Samsung Galaxy S20 5G cell phone features an immersive display, it's sleek in size while packed with power and is equipped with an intelligent battery that's big enough to share. The incredible, powerful camera with 30x Space Zoom capabilities captures more detail with a totally reimagined interface to do more in less space. Backward-compatible with 4G networks.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    9 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G mobile platform: The octa-core 2.84GHz processor and 12GB of RAM deliver remarkable overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus and more.
  • Android 10: Offers some of the newest ways to control your privacy, customize your phone, and get things done. It's Android, just the way you want it.
  • Universal unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 5G* speed: Qualcomm powered modem provides fast network speeds for downloading, uploading, and streaming content, such as HD Video and Augmented or Virtual Reality.
  • 6.2" Infinity-O Display with Quad HD+ resolution: This Smooth Motion 120Hz display is matched with a slim body to comfortably fit in your hand. Offers cinema-like screen ratio that's perfect for viewing of videos, photos, and games.
  • Up to 64.0MP pro-grade camera: The pro-grade camera captures epic, pro-quality images of the world as you see it. The multiperspective camera system emulates the sophistication of the human eye, adjusts view and focus, and intelligently applies settings to create amazing images.
  • 128GB internal memory plus microSD slot: Provide plenty of storage space for your videos, music, apps and more. Expand storage up to 1TB by adding a microSD card (sold separately).
  • IP68 rating: The phone is protected from dust and can also withstand being submerged in 4.92' of static water for up to 30 minutes.
  • Ultrasonic fingerprint ID: Protects and unlocks with the first touch. Just tap your screen to unlock. The in-display sensor opens seamlessly with one hand in almost any light, rain or shine, even when you're cooking or working out.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Joejoe, 10 out of 10
    Awesome phone

    I bought this Samsung unlocked phone works great no issues.

    Aug 14, 2020 16:18
  • Review by Hagan73, 2 out of 10
    Heavy. Poor camera. Pass on this.

    I'm sorry, but I can't comprehend these five-star reviews. Let me put this phone into a digestible snippet for you:

    1) It's very heavy! Like, more so than ANY other phone I've owned. So heavy that you can't even put this thing in your jeans or shorts without it dragging them down. (I carried this in the front pocket of my favorite sleep shorts and almost caused a disturbance at Publix.)

    2) Contrast. OMG. They have turned up the contrast levels so much on this thing that it becomes impossible to ignore! Scrolling through FB, every image is just bursting out at you in a skewed Willy Wonka fashion. You can't even look at the news without each and every image blasting you in the face.

    3) The camera. Speaking of contrast...if you prefer taking pictures and having them look NOTHING like they do in real life, then THIS is the phone for you! I took multiple side-by-side pics with this phone and my old Google Pixel 2XL and the difference was day and night (or, as this phone's camera would say, 'super bright yellow and blinding white.'" What, I assume, they were trying to do with this phone was "punch up" all your pictures so you can share them instantly without editing. Instead, every picture looks face and overly saturated (see attached pic).

    Nov 24, 2020 21:00
  • Review by TiminFL, 10 out of 10
    Best phone I've ever owned

    Beautiful bright display, excellent cameras for photos and video.

    It has a fun "Single take" feature that records a short video and snaps several photos as you pan your shot for about 15 seconds, then arranges the photos and short video clips in a collage that you can edit, keep, or delete as you wish. I wouldn't buy the phone just for this but it's a fun addition.

    The phone's processor is extremely powerful. Even with multiple apps open there is never a glitch or slow down. Everything is fast, smooth and reliable. I use my screen in 120hz mode and videos, animations, and scrolling are the smoothest I've seen on any screen anywhere. Expert reviews say 120hz drains battery faster but I get through a full day of use with power to spare. If you're a super heavy user you can switch to 60hz mode to save power. It's still great but not quite as buttery smooth.

    I'm not a gamer so I can't address that. Everything else I do on this phone is smooth and effortless. For example, Android Auto with my old Nexus 6P worked, but everything was laggy and sometimes glitchy. I thought it was Android Auto problem because 6P was a decent phone. Nope. Galaxy S20 runs it fast and solid with no glitches. My in-car experience is way better now.

    The more I live with this phone on a daily basis the more I like it. It is a great tool that enhances my experience no matter what I'm using it for.

    I agree the S20 line is very expensive, but if you don't need the huge screen on the plus or ultra (I actually like the smaller pocketable size better), the S20 cost is in line with other flagship phones and is a top quality product.

    Watch for sales and promotions. This unlocked version was $200 off for a short time so I snatched one. Btw I use this on T-Mobile and it works great for cellular and 4g LTE. There's no 5g in my area yet so I haven't tested that yet.

    Jun 13, 2020 14:47
  • Review by James, 10 out of 10
    Lifelong iPhone user switched and LOVE IT!

    Far far superior phone and UI! I've used iPhones since the 2nd generation and up until now, I always believed iPhones were far superior and in the beginning they were, but... NOT ANYMORE! I know a lot of reviews said that the iPhones feel more substantial, but in my opinion, my S20 feels amazing to hold and I love the fact that it's lighter. Also, the UI with Android and Samsung One UI 2 is so much more advanced than iOS. Apple has stopped innovating and Samsung is picking up the slack and in a good way!

    May 01, 2020 23:02
  • Review by Kevinroy450, 8 out of 10
    Good phone not so good value

    If you want the latest and greatest from Samsung this is it. Although you will find cheaper phones with similar specs so if you're looking for bang for the buck look elsewhere. At least they took out the Bixby button. 120Hz screen refresh rate locked to 1080p is not a big deal for me but it should be included in 1440p because other manufacturers have it. Also, once you use a 120Hz screen everything else will seem slow. Battery life is good but nothing stellar. Overall a good phone which I can easily recommend over the S20+ and S20 Ultra unless you want a bigger screen and bigger battery. If you can find this phone on discount even better because $1000 is still too much for a phone.

    May 20, 2020 21:29
  • Review by Foster, 10 out of 10
    Great Phone....depending on what your upgrade

    So I love this phone. Its a great phone with awesome features, plus the pink is such a cool color. I upgraded from the S10 and if I hadn't gotten $600 for it I probably wouldn't have upgraded, but if you have an older phone say an S9 or S8 then I would highly recommend upgrading.

    Mar 28, 2020 13:43
  • Review by Ricoshijin, 10 out of 10
    Excellent phone.

    I would have to give this a 4.8/5.0 only because I bought the unlocked version because they are supposed to work on all carriers but when I use it for att they won't let me use VoLTE or wifi calling which I need in my area since service isn't the best so I will be returning this phone and swapping It for the att model. Hopefully this is a good enough reason to wave the restocking fee.

    Mar 09, 2020 06:07
  • Review by Matt, 10 out of 10
    S View Class and Perfect Size

    Love the s20 so much, it's really the perfect size for a phone. I upgraded from an galaxy s10e to the s20 and I couldn't be happier. I was a little worried because people said that the s20 was not so great, but that couldn't be further from the truth, great phone and awesome cases by Samsung. The S view flip cases are so much better this time around.

    Oct 16, 2020 15:59
  • 9.2score
    Google - Pixel 6 256GB (Unlocked) - Stormy Black
    Description

    Meet Pixel 6. It’s completely reimagined, inside and out. Powered by Tensor, Google’s first-ever processor, it’s fast, smart, and secure. The all-day battery adapts to you.* The Pixel Camera captures a moment just how you experienced it. And the Personal Safety app and the new Titan M2TM chip help protect you, your stuff, and your privacy.**

    9 Features
  • The processor made for Pixel.: Google Tensor is a the first processor designed by Google, custom-made for Pixel with 8GB of RAM. You’ll notice the difference immediately. Pixel runs smoother, apps launch faster, and pages load quicker. And Pixel’s security chip helps protect your private data.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • Your photos, true to the moment.: Your photos match your moment with Pixel’s most advanced 50MP camera yet with wide and ultrawide lenses. Magic Eraser in Google Photos removes photobombers and distractions.*** And portraits on Pixel represent all people and skin tones beautifully and accurately.
  • Designed for daily life.: The 6.4-inch Smooth Display, up to 90Hz**** is made with Corning® Gorilla® Glass Victus,™ the toughest Gorilla Glass yet. Its high refresh rate means smoother, more responsive gaming, scrolling, and moving between apps.
  • It’s everything a battery should be.: Pixel’s all-day Adaptive Battery is everything a battery should be. It can last beyond 24 hours, even on 5G.* It learns your favorite apps, so it doesn't waste power on ones you never use.
  • Secure to the core.: Google Tensor is the first processor with the security core built in, and it works with the next-gen Titan M2TM security chip.
  • You’re in control of your privacy.: Transparency is built into your Pixel. You have control over your phone’s mics and cameras.
  • A new experience from Google that’s all about you.: The new Pixel interface is reimagined to be more modern and intuitive, with colors that reflect your personal style.
  • Switching is simple.: It only takes a few steps to move messages, contacts, and photos from your old cell phone and get going on Pixel.*****
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Code5, 8 out of 10
    I love it.

    This turned out to be the best phone I have used so far. It should have been a five star product for me but for one little gripe. I got tired of the tons of bloatware on the Samsung platform which is what I have used mostly. Having multiple apps for the same task because I am unable to uninstall the samsung version. If you are a minimalist and want a phone that is free of bloat, is very responsive and intuitive, I really dont believe you can beat the value of this phone. It is plain vanilla android, just the way google intended android to be. It is also priced to perfection in my opinion. My only gripe is the fingerprint scanner which I feel is underwhelming. I am not sure if it will be improved by a software update but I have quite a few failed attempts each day.

    For the price, and the added five years of support for this device, this is a no brainer to me. Fast, responsive and well priced. Flagship.

    Oct 30, 2021 12:08
  • Review by jboston511, 10 out of 10
    The android phone to beat, in this price range.

    Like the title says, this is the phone to beat in this particular arena. This is aimed to take on the S21 and other potential rivals. Just to state, you cannot compare this to the S21 Ultra, that fight belongs to the Pixel 6 Pro in the ultra premium segment. The Pixel 6 reigns supreme in the mid to premium segment. Camera, excellent. Low light photography is fantastic. The camera interface is also super simple and easy to use. The motion blur adds some fun to the camera experience. Portrait works pretty good adding bokeh. The integration with Google Photos is also great to easily edit most effects. Photos also have very natural colors, does not seem to be as unnaturally boosted like Samsung tends to do. No real complaints. Battery is also excellent. I personally don't care for the 90hz refresh rate. With that feature disabled I regularly get 2 days battery life, generally a day and a half with it activated. Colors are screen appear to be accurate to real life. Build quality is great, no issues with fit an finish with my device. Speakers are more than adequate when I'm quickly watching or sharing something. If I'm really listening to something on my phone I'm using bluetooth headphones. Range and sound quality with bluetooth is also great, quality is highly dependent on what headphones you are using due to codecs. It is nice with this purely Google device not having my device always syncing to Google servers and the additional Samsung services like the S21 series and other manufacturer devices. This also leads to much less bloatware as other manufacturers have lot of redundant software that duplicates what Googles apps offer that tend to do a better job. A great example of redundancy issues is with the Samsung camera app, you cannot edit any of the effects in Google Photos. You need to use Samsung Gallery which I don't recommend as Google Photos is superior. I don't need 2 contact syncs, 2 calendar syncs, etc. I could keep writing and nitpick little things between this and other devices but that would be overkill at this point. At the end of the day unless you need crazy zoom features like Pixel 6 Pro or S21 Ultra this is the device to get.

    Nov 10, 2021 10:42
  • Review by hdtvkeith, 8 out of 10
    The best Pixel so far, but needs more work.

    I have had several Android phones over the years. Motorola, Samsung, OnePlus and then switch to Pixel 3a XL. That Pixel was a beast and just a tad slow. It was getting old and with the Pixel 6/6 Pro coming out I knew I wanted to upgrade. I tried a 6 Pro, but the curves screen and less than stellar batter did not make the phone worth $300 more.

    I picked up the 6 and it is overall an impressive phone that has 2 short comings. First a weak in screen finger print scanner. Put a sensor on the back again , please. Second the subpar battery life. I don't understand how Apple can continue to dominate with battery life while Android needs bigger batteries and still cant touch the iPhones. Google needs 500mAh more in the 6 and 6 Pro to truly compete.

    Overall outside those 2 issues the phone is good. It is quick and I like Android 12 so far. The battery app is garbage so I loaded a third party battery tool that tells me much more about what my phone is using. I disabled 90Hz and 5G as those 2 hurt battery and now at least it seems on par with my Pixel 3a XL. Very sad that they can't do better.

    Nov 09, 2021 06:03
  • Review by MissNikkiBaby, 8 out of 10
    Good - definitely an upgrade from prev gens

    BTW yes I actually have the phone in hand! All in all it's a good phone for the price. The transfer of files from my old phone was seamless. Despite the bulge of the camera in th back it doesn't give you that bulky feeling in your hand. The display is sharp, scrolling and processing is fast and for my usage, my battery life is great and lasts me the entire day. The only complaints that I have are the camera quality could be a tad better, and the fingerprint scanner is hit or miss - sometimes it can take 3-4 tries before it recognizes your print (also points deducted for having it in the middle of the phone screen). Also it seems a lot of the phones are no longer coming with charging blocks so just a heads up on that - kinda makes you miss the days of Samsung where you got a full charger and headphones. Speaking of headphones, the sound quality of this phone is phenomenal and the speaker phone is loud haha. I use the Galaxy buds and it connects quickly with no lag. Finally if you have a Google home and TV (like I do) you will find yourself like a kid in a candy store (note though- you can't screenshare on certain TVs - it wouldn't pick up my LGs but connected quickly to my Hisense and Philips) If you are balling on a budget but need a great phone this is it!

    Nov 02, 2021 07:53
  • Review by johndoe0411888, 10 out of 10
    Excellent phone

    Google phones has always been amazing, if you are looking for the purest android experience without all that bloatware on your phone then look no further this phone won't do you no wrong. its snappy, responsive and beautiful.

    Only thing is the fingerprint reader not being consistent, and also some screen protector doesn't play nicely with the fingerprint (Spigen, but they removed the listing from their page), I removed the screen protector and the fingerprint is working more then before when I had the screen protector on

    All & all I highly recommend this phone, pure android, great camera, modern design, snappy!

    Nov 02, 2021 21:54
  • Review by Daxx, 10 out of 10
    I'd buy a Pixel every gen

    I'm honestly writing this review to cancel out that review bomb. I like iPhones, but Pixel is where I would go if I wanted Android. They can connect to any ChromeCast device or Android TV wirelessly, Type C is a huge plus, and this years SoC made by Google is no slouch. People should review bomb just because they don't like a products one feature.

    Oct 30, 2021 17:18
  • Review by FasterTomorrow, 8 out of 10
    Solid contender.

    Very Solid android phone, battery life isn't as good as a new iPhone but it's on par with other Android phones. Camera and screen are solid and this definitely feels snappier overall compared to my 3 year old LG V35. I'm definitely happy with this phone so far. Check out the DBrand grip case for this, makes the camera bump look normal without making the whole thing feel thicck.

    Nov 05, 2021 16:05
  • Review by FV168, 10 out of 10
    Upgrade to Pixel 6 from Samsung S8

    I bought this for my daughter to upgrade from a Samsung S8. The migration from the S8 to the Pixel 6 was easy and no issue. My daughter now is happy like a clam as she can play some games that she couldn't with the S8. The upgrade is night and day but didn't break the wallet. The S8 actually cost more than the P6!!!

    Nov 06, 2021 14:43
  • 9.0score
    18
    LG
    LG - Q70 64GB - Black (Unlocked)
    Description

    The LG Q70™ packs suberb design, powerful performance, and versatile features in one, premium-quality user experience. With all you need and more, this smartphone transforms everyday into exceptional.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    7 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon SM6150 Dual 2.0 GHz + Hexa 1.7 GHz: Multi-task efficiently and switch between apps quickly with the Snapdragon SM6150 Dual 2.0 GHz + Hexa 1.7 GHz chipset
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, Metro by T-Mobile
  • 4G LTE speed: Provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content and staying connected with social media
  • Dual Rear 32 MP PDAF A& 5 MP Depth Cameras; 16 MP Front Camera: Dual rear cameras captures quality and depth
  • 6.4" FHD+ Display: Enjoy your favorite content without notches or bezels in the way.
  • DTS:X 3D Virtual Sound: Deep 3D stereo audio experienc
  • Fingerprint ID: Unlock your phone with just a touch.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by JoeWinTech, 10 out of 10
    LG Q70 easy switch from existing LG phone

    Transition from an older LG smart phone was easy. Aside from backing up any pictures to Google cloud, configuring email, the

    only thing required was to move the sim card from the existing 3-4 year old LG phone to this phone to get up and running. The phone immediately recognized the sim card, and calls could be made/received right away, without having to contact the phone carrier. The phone took minimal time to get used to, including the bigger size of this phone. This phone has double the storage (64 gb) compared to the previous phone that it replaced. This smart phone seems responsive, and the battery life is great.

    Nov 27, 2020 13:10
  • Review by Dele, 10 out of 10
    Love this phone

    I had zero trouble transitioning from my LG power. I have enough space now. This phone is great for multiple tasks.

    I love the interface and how light the phone is overall.

    I am an android user and this fits the bill.

    Jul 17, 2020 15:19
  • Review by William, 10 out of 10
    Excellent phone

    I bought this phone for my wife as hers was slowing down a lot. She has been very pleased with it so far. I cam say it runs flawless with no issues. Photo and video quality are A-1, actually better than my old Galaxy S8. I can say every picture is sharp and color accurate.

    If you can get one buy it, you will like it.

    Jun 11, 2021 16:48
  • Review by LGFan, 8 out of 10
    Replacement Phone

    An overall good phone but the quality seems to be a little less than the LG G6.

    Dec 04, 2020 16:35
  • Review by Allen, 10 out of 10
    Thoroughly satisfied

    I am really loving my new LG-Q70 cell phone. It is slim, easy to navigate, and portable. The photos are just awesome.

    Nov 05, 2021 15:40
  • Review by Cecilia1957, 4 out of 10
    LG Q 70 phone

    I really wanted a LG phone My husband has one. Well I found out now not all LG phones are created equal.

    I have a couple of problems with it so far, just got it last week. When I am dialing and need to go on another extension every time the screen goes dark like after it 3 or 4 seconds. I have to constantly push the screen to stay on. I tried changing the display, I have it so the screen just stays on, but it doesn't have any kind of way to fix the screen when you are dialing, the regular display isn't the same light.

    Its a bit of a pain when making calls that it requires you to type in extension. Its always black.

    I found the sound to be awful, which kind of surprises me for a LG.

    Still haven't found any booklet or paper on how to use this phone. I am of the older generation and I need my screen on and light. and sound is important too. But other than that, its ok.

    Nov 10, 2021 09:42
  • Review by Llama, 10 out of 10
    Fantastic

    Its a pretty nice phone it has a lot of functions that I was not used to Im very impressed with the quality I love LG phones

    May 07, 2021 21:41
  • Review by Gara, 10 out of 10
    Catching up with the 21st Century

    What I wanted in English. Learned about classes to help fill in the gaps with both the phone and the tablet. A win-win situation for those of us with computer disabilities. Thank you.

    Jul 10, 2021 21:25
  • 8.8score
    Google - Pixel 6 128GB (Unlocked) - Stormy Black
    Description

    Meet Pixel 6. It’s completely reimagined, inside and out. Powered by Tensor, Google’s first-ever processor, it’s fast, smart, and secure. The all-day battery adapts to you.* The Pixel Camera captures a moment just how you experienced it. And the Personal Safety app and the new Titan M2TM chip help protect you, your stuff, and your privacy.**

    9 Features
  • The processor made for Pixel.: Google Tensor is a the first processor designed by Google, custom-made for Pixel with 8GB of RAM. You’ll notice the difference immediately. Pixel runs smoother, apps launch faster, and pages load quicker. And Pixel’s security chip helps protect your private data.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • Your photos, true to the moment.: Your photos match your moment with Pixel’s most advanced 50MP camera yet with wide and ultrawide lenses. Magic Eraser in Google Photos removes photobombers and distractions.*** And portraits on Pixel represent all people and skin tones beautifully and accurately.
  • Designed for daily life.: The 6.4-inch Smooth Display, up to 90Hz**** is made with Corning® Gorilla® Glass Victus,™ the toughest Gorilla Glass yet. Its high refresh rate means smoother, more responsive gaming, scrolling, and moving between apps.
  • It’s everything a battery should be.: Pixel’s all-day Adaptive Battery is everything a battery should be. It can last beyond 24 hours, even on 5G.* It learns your favorite apps, so it doesn't waste power on ones you never use.
  • Secure to the core.: Google Tensor is the first processor with the security core built in, and it works with the next-gen Titan M2TM security chip.
  • You’re in control of your privacy.: Transparency is built into your Pixel. You have control over your phone’s mics and cameras.
  • A new experience from Google that’s all about you.: The new Pixel interface is reimagined to be more modern and intuitive, with colors that reflect your personal style.
  • Switching is simple.: It only takes a few steps to move messages, contacts, and photos from your old cell phone and get going on Pixel.*****
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by SteveC, 10 out of 10
    Now this is a Pixel phone

    When I saw the new design and specs for the Google Pixel 6 “P6” I knew I had to give it a try as I’ve always been a big fan of the Pixel phones, going back to the original.

    Unboxing:

    The phone comes in a nice retail box “pretty much how all phones are packed now” and inside was the phone, charging cable, USB A to C adapter, sim removal tool and a small information/quick setup pamphlet, that’s it, no charger “that’s ok I have plenty”.

    Setting up:

    Setting up is pretty much the same as all other Pixel phones, I installed my Verizon sim first, and then just followed through the initial steps, add your Google account “or create one” and you are off and running. There was a system update right away so you’ll want to make sure you do that before completing. Also, I didn’t try transferring anything from my other phone, I wanted to do everything manually.

    Design:

    The Pixel 6 is pretty good sized, it’s bigger than my S21, “not by much, a lot bigger than the P5, but it does weigh a good bit more than either as the S21 being the next largest comes in at 171.6 the Pixel 6 at 208.6g is which is a good bit heavier. I don’t mind thee weight difference as I like the little bit larger screen and it’s more squared in the corners “reminds me of a Sony screen, in a good way”. Colors are nice and vibrant and the 90hz refresh rate is a noticeable improvement over any of the 60hz screens I’ve had/used.

    The back is all glass this time, and I actually prefer the plastic back of the S21 or the plastic covered metal of the P5, just no worry about those being broken and for me this one went in a case the day I got it. The phone itself feels very substantial and well made, really no flex to it at all and seems more like a solid one pieced unit.

    The buttons on the side are nice and firm plus they have a definite “click” to them, a little better than the S21s. If you are familiar with Samsung products you’ll have to get used to the power button being on top rather than the bottom and volume buttons “while on the same side are in opposite positioning”.

    Use:

    Android 12 is installed on the phone from the box and it’s definitely different than 11 on our current phones. It has the very simple basic Android interface you will be familiar with if you’ve ever used a Pixel phone and much more basic than any of our Samsung phones we currently have. I did set up fingerprint unlock and it works well, plus I’ve installed a screen protector “PET” and did have to turn up the screen sensitivity, otherwise the FP reader works reasonably well especially if you register two sets for one finger. I also have trusted places turned on so the phone stays unlocked while at home and tied to my smart watch.

    You can adjust the screen layout and grid size, but this time those settings are under “Wall Paper & Style” after a long press on a blank area on any main screen. The 5x5 layout max isn’t to my liking so I installed Nova Launcher. I was initially skeptical that Nova would be ready for Android 12 but to my surprise it integrated perfectly “like it was made for this phone”. With Nova I was able to remove the search bar as that cannot be removed with the Google Launcher. Otherwise that’s all I needed for tweaking and getting things running the way I wanted. I do like the dynamic colors that apply the theme color to some apps, sort of how Windows can be set to do the same.

    Calling Features:

    The signal for Verizon here in NW Phoenix isn’t that great at our house, but it’s on par with our TMO phones, “we just don’t get great service “acceptable but could be a lot better”. So I went out to test the difference in two of our worst areas. My S21 with TMO and the Pixel 6 with Verizon, and from what my tests show TMO is faster but the Verizon isn’t far behind and the Verizon signal inside two different grocery stores was better than TMO by a good bit.

    I accidentally turned on “Direct my Call” and was surprised that there was a live transcription you can read as the conversation carries on. For me that would be extremely useful as I have some hearing issues and if I’m in a noisy environment I can’t make out what anyone says, so this feature itself will be very handy.

    Performance:

    I’ve been doing some speed testing between the two phones “P6 vs S21” and the Geek Bench CPU scores were very close the P6 got a 1031 single core score and a 2841 multi-core score, the S21 received a 1017 single core and a 3355 multi-core score, “very close for this new Google designed CPU”. Then I tested them with 3dMarks “Wild Life” test and those came back as 6398 for the P6 and 5810 for the S21. That’s pretty amazing and a good bit faster than the S21 so I’m impressed and the performance of the phone itself seems faster than the S21 during use.

    Camera:

    The camera is where this P6 shines “for me that is”, the photos come out better than the S21, and the details it captures when zooming in and comparing photos is pretty impressive “much better in some cases over the S21”, and I don’t even miss the telephoto “so far” that the S21 has over the P6. I also went outside on a clear night, and took a photo straight up using “Night Sight” and was really impressed that it actually caught the stars above without blurring them, “a lot more showed up that I had expected. The front camera is good as front cameras go and I have no complaints how the video looked during a Zoom meeting, it’s actually a lot better than my desktops standalone 1080 camera.

    We also live close to an AFB and was able to capture a really cool photo of a F35 flying through the clouds overhead. I have a hard time capturing them with my mirrorless camera so I’m very impressed with the performance of the P6.

    I also took a picture of a flowering bush in our back yard, using the P6 and S21 and they were within a few seconds of each other. I’ve cropped the photos to a spot at 100% and you can easily see there’s more detail captured in the flowers with the P6, the S21s colors sort of run together on the flowers and you can’t make out much detail. I’ve attached a photo so you can judge for yourself.

    Battery Life:

    I’ve had no issue with the battery lasting over a day and even at the end of the day with some pretty heavy use I still had over 50% left, the S21 would always be around 35-40%, not a lot but a big enough difference. I usually don’t charge with the power cord and 99% of the time use wireless chargers, I have them all over, but the wireless charging times are decent and using a Belkin high powered wireless charger it tops up the phone way before we get up in the AM. I also have a very heavy duty case on my phone and it has no issue with charging just placement, as you have to make sure it’s placed just right on the charger or it won’t connect.

    Conclusions:

    This is the way I wish all Pixel phones were from the beginning, I really like the P6, better than my S21 or P5 that’s for sure. The screen is larger than both “and getting older I need a large screen”. The build quality is impeccable and the phone feels premium in the hand “and not because it has a glass back”, it’s just a very solid feeling phone. I’ve tried out some of the new features and things like “Live Translate” are fun to use and was impressed how it overlays the translated text on what you are looking at with Google Lens and the camera.

    I’ve owned so many phones I’m embarrassed to count, but this new Pixel 6 is at the top of my list as a favorite. You get a plain Android experience and can tweak it anyway you like. There’s literally 0 bloatware and that leaves more space for all my apps “ones I prefer, not what a manufacture says I have to have”. I could go on for pages with all the new features of Android 12 and what this new Pixel 6 has but I can say if you are a fan of Android phones this is going to be one of the best phones this year and I’m sure you will love owning one.

    Nov 04, 2021 17:18
  • Review by gtdad, 10 out of 10
    High Quality, Next Level AI

    Let’s start with the basics. The Google Pixel 6 is a 5G phone which has a 6.4” 90Hz display made of Corning Gorilla Glass Victus, a 50mp front facing camera ( with ultra wide lens), a fingerprint scanner located under the screen, and a high capacity long lasting battery. It is Google’s first phone with it’s own in house designed processor (Tensor).

    In the box you get the phone, a usb-c to usb-c cable and a usb-a to usb-c adapter for transferring data from your old phone.

    This greatly speeds up the setup process. You also get a sim key and brochures. You do not get a charger included.

    After the setup is complete you should update to the latest firmware in the System Settings and then go to the Google Play store and update all of your apps.

    You are not only getting a new phone, you are getting Google’s latest operating system Android 12. It has anew UI which allows you to personalize the phone more easily. Changing the wallpaper theme will be reflected throughout the apps on your phone. This phone is designed to take advantage of all of the AI features built in the Tensor chip, it is very speech capable and takes the Google Assistant to the next level.

    This is what I call the trifecta of features that separate this phone from the rest.

    1)Phone Assist:

    Google can answer your phone, from non-contact numbers, and ask why they are calling you. You can watch the transcription of their response and then decide if you want to answer your phone. It will also silently decline calls from known robo callers. When you dial a toll free number a chart will appear with the approximate hold times for today and the rest of the week. So you can decide the best day and time to call for the shortest wait time. I called a retailer and the recording said a 10 minute wait, however Google showed a 15 minute wait. Sure enough exactly 15 minutes later the call was answered. So the Google Assistant was more accurate than the retailer. Should you decide to hold the Google Assistant will hold for you. It will notify you with an audible sound when a human voice is detected. I have used this feature for a long time on my Pixel 4 and it has been 100% accurate and has saved me from untold hours of waiting on hold listening to horrible music.

    2)Speech, Translation and Transcribing:

    You can have a conversation or chat with anyone who speaks several of the most common foreign languages.

    You speak or type in English and it will immediately be translated to the other persons language. They can then respond to you in their native language and it will be translated back to English. You can even put emojis in your chat by using your voice. I live in a multi cultural area where many languages are spoken.

    This will not only help in every day life, it is a tremendous business tool allowing you to expand your client base.

    Live transcription is also extremely accurate even when speaking rapidly and can be used with translation. No need for punctuating, Google will do that for you.

    You can point your camera at a traffic sign or any document in another language and it will instantly translate to English.

    It can translate webpages and transcribe live caption videos.

    3)Camera:

    Still photos are very clear, colors are accurate and detailed without being overly saturated. .(See above pictures). Night Sight captures beautiful detailed images at night.

    Skin tones of all shades are very natural. Great results for those of us who like to point and shoot. However, there are enough camera modes and settings to allow you to be as creative as you like.

    Videos are recorded in 1080p and have optical stabilization which you can adjust to account for the amount of movement.

    I found to adjustability of the stabilization to be very helpful.

    There are other new features:

    Magic eraser let’s you remove unwanted people and objects from your photos. You really have to see this. It is fun to use and can completely change the context of the photo. Whether at a particular location or with a celebrity and other people are around, you can make it appear as if you are the only person there.

    Motion Mode lets you blur objects in the background, such as moving traffic, while keeping the subject in focus.

    Face Unblur does exactly that when the subject is moving, such as jumping.

    Speech enhancement blocks out ambient sounds in noisy environments while recording videos on the selfie camera.

    All of these tools and enhancements are easy to find and use, either intuitively or by simply bringing up the Pixel Tools and Tips from your settings. You can search anything on your phone by swiping up on the screen. Just start typing what you are looking for and Google immediately starts bringing up results. Then just click on what you want, whether its a contact or and app or a chat.

    Privacy and security have been enhanced with additional settings that give you complete control over what information is shared with your apps, right down to being able to toggle the camera and mic on and off.

    Some things to note:

    The 5G is mid and low band. Though not as fast as millimeter wave, it is much more available and reliable. I am on the T-Mobile network. Walking around my neighborhood I was able to get 215mbps download and 48mbps upload speeds (see picture). This of course will vary depending on your location and your carrier. Connection of data and calls was always reliable.

    Phone calls were clear, the screen is bright responsive and easy to read outdoors. Battery life is excellent. Over 24 hour periods I was able to average about 6 hours of display time while still having 20% battery remaining. Easily getting me through a day with emails, calls (video and voice), camera use and some You Tube videos.

    There are however a couple of negatives.

    First the under the screen fingerprint reader requires you to keep your finger on it longer than you expect. This results in having to repeat the process because you lifted your finger too quickly.

    However, I did notice that today it seemed to be working quicker without issues. So either I am adapting to the phone, or the phone is adapting to me.

    The first day the auto brightness made the screen too dark, however that seems to have corrected itself and it now works properly.

    The volume does not get loud enough to hear anything until it reaches more than 50%. It will eventually get loud enough but that is at 80-100%. I hope this is a software issue that can be fixed with an update.

    Overall this is an incredible phone at an equally incredible price. It looks and feels the part of a flagship phone.

    Loaded with features designed to make your life easier, and it succeeds. To call this a phone does not do it justice. It is so much more. Google has stepped out of the ordinary with the new bold design and I love it, Especially in Stormy Black.

    We have been a Google family having used Pixel 4 phones for the past 2 years. Our house is packed with Google devices and we have become dependent on the google assistant. The Pixel 6 along with all of the added AI features allows us to get more accomplished with less effort.

    I would highly recommend this phone to everyone.

    Nov 02, 2021 20:27
  • Review by Techuser, 10 out of 10
    Its Magic no its a Pixel

    I consider myself a tech savvy person. I have a my lights, TVs, cameras, garage, air filters, consoles, laptops, Ipads, tablets etc all connected together. I’ve also had the luxury of owning a lot of different phones (HTC ONE, 10 and u11, Pixel 3, One Plus 7 Pro, Iphone 4,6,8,MAX Xs, Microsoft Surface Duo). Different phones had its pros and cons. I like the openness of the Android OS (HTC/OnePlus) but I felt the camera was always lacking. Iphones have the same layout and easy to use cameras. The Pixel 6 is a phone I was truly exciting to try out. Anyways,

    Look and feel

    Personally, I don’t mind the camera bar bump. The two tone color is a nice touch. The back has a glass like feeling that you would get from a $1000 cell phone. I am going to purchase a case for the Pixel ( to protect it when I drop it). So really the look of the case is what your phone would really look like in the end. I am more concern with the performance and usage of the Pixel than the look. One annoying thing is the Google search bar is locked in the bottom of the home screen. YOU CAN NOT REMOVE it. GOOGLE needs to fix this.

    Setup process

    Pretty straight forward. Transfer my old data and information from my other device (Android 11). Cable transfer didn’t work for me despite trying 3 times. Just use wireless transfer and worked. The phone needed to download an update to Android 12 took about 30 mins to download and install.

    Search function

    I think this is a kind of a cool feature. You have search your phone apps, contacts and settings in the search function.

    Fingerprint sensor

    Takes about half a second to a second to recognize my fingerprint and open the phone. Its about the same as my other phones. Nothing special about this.

    Display smoothness

    There is a noticeable difference between my old phone and the Pixel 6. I guess the 90hz refresh rate really makes a difference. Its smoother when scrolling and better on the eyes.

    Assistant voice typing

    It seems better and smooth when using the voice to text on the Pixel 6. It catches my words better than before. However the Interpreter mode is still lacking. At times, Doesn’t translate the meaning well enough. I think Google needs more help here but it’s a good step forward.

    Camera System

    This is what separates the Pixel 6 from all other cell phones (or maybe my expectation bar was set too low). Ive attached pictures I have taken in low light settings. 0.7x, 1x, 2x zoom. I’ve also used the Magic Eraser on a few photo to take a people. You can judge the quality of the magic eraser.. But it think this is one of the best feature of the Pixel 6. I can see how useful this tool will be for me and the family. Even previous picture that are stored in the Google photo can be edit by the Pixel 6. This is a great feature and I can see Google using this technology on their other devices.

    I have used the Motion / action take pretty nice pictures, Long Exposure, Face Unblur (pretty good, but not perfect), 4x zoom still grainy, Ultrawide selfies (not

    really ultrawide compared to others ive seen before). Overall I am pretty happy with the Pixel 6. At $599 it’s a great deal for what you get.

    Battery Life

    There is a lot of marketing and call out of the Pixel 6 battery life. My experience its not the best or the worst. On average usage of the Pixel I can get by (14 hour) but definitely have to charge it at night or in the morning.

    Below is the “real” world testing for fast charging. On both test the Pixel 6 got warm in the case but not burning hot. Under 50% full you are looking at 12%-14% battery fill per 10mins of charging.

    Charging from a 90watt laptop adaptor with USB Type C

    Pixel started at 15%

    After 10mins 29%

    After 20mins 43%

    After 30mins 57%

    After 40mins 69%

    Charging from a 60 watt cell phone quick charge adaptor

    Pixel started at 5%

    After 10mins 19%

    After 20mins 33%

    After 30mins 47%

    After 40mins 60%

    With all the good and the bad of the Pixel the best part is the price. Coming in at $599 I would definitely recommend this to anyone look for a new phone.

    Nov 02, 2021 23:33
  • Review by jaybot, 10 out of 10
    Best pixel phone to date!

    I always get excited when Google announces new Pixel phones and this year was no different. When I saw the two new models of the Pixel 6 I knew right away that I wanted the regular Pixel 6 over the pro model. Now that I've been using the Pixel 6 for a few days, below are my thoughts.

    Size

    I think the size of the regular Pixel 6 is perfect. I'm a fan of bigger phones so this fits the bill just right. Its just a hair smaller than the Pixel 4xl and a lot bigger than the Pixel 5 which I felt was too small in hand. I've include pics for size comparison of the Pixel 4xl, Pixel 5, and the Pixel 6. Its a chonky phone though. A bit thicker and heavier than I was expecting so you defiantly notice it when its in your pocket. Still not as heavy as the iphone 13 pro max though.

    Hardware

    The phone feels very solid and well built. The volume and power buttons are clicky. The frame is a matte black just like the Pixel 4xl was. The back is glass again. I'm not sure when this back glass fad will end but at least Google makes it look good. The color choices this year are great. You get to choose from three. Stormy Black, Sorta Seafoam, and Kinda Coral. Really cant go wrong with any of them. The front of the phones are the same on all three.

    This is the first phone with Googles Tensor chip. Googles first mobile processor. I have to say the phone is buttery smooth. Navigating around, opening apps, closing apps and just doing day to day stuff. I've had no issues or lag with anything I've done. In my opinion Tensor performs like any other high end mobile processor.

    Google included all of the latest wireless standards. This years pixels have wifi 6/6e support, bluetooth 5.2, and mobile 5g! I've been using all of these with the exception of wifi 6e, (don't have a 6e router yet), and all work great. I was getting well over gigabit wifi speeds on wifi 6. Around 90mbps download on 5g, and audio streams with no lag or drops on bluetooth 5.2.

    Display

    The display is a 1080p+ 6.4" OLED display and gets bright enough for my needs while looking great. Its a bit more square this year but still slightly rounded in the corners. Bezels are minimal enough. Its got a 90Hz display which is on by default. I find that scrolling is really smooth like previous Pixels. I'm not sure why Google decided to go with a curved display on the pro model but I'm glad they didn't on this regular Pixel. I prefer flat displays. Included in the display is an in screen fingerprint reader. Note that its not instant but takes about half a second to recognize and unlock. Everyone has their opinion of where the fingerprint reader should be side, back, or front. I prefer front or side so I can unlock my phone without having to pick it up every time so I appreciate that they move it to the front.

    Sound

    I would say audio from the speakers is just average. The dual speakers in the Pixel 6 sound so much better than last years Pixel 5 but not as good as the Pixel 4xl. Not sure why that is though since the phone is thicker you would think they would have done a better job on the speakers.

    Haptics

    The haptics motor is actually really good in this phone. The problem I would like to mention is that the haptics motor is placed at the top of the phone for some weird reason. So when typing you don't feel it as much because your hands are at the bottom of the phone. But even with this placement its still better than most phones I've used.

    Battery

    From my experience battery life has been pretty good. I've been charging every other day with regular use. I can go two days on a charge before needing to top it off overnight. You should have no problem going one day under heavy use. Oh and there is no power brick in the box so you will have to either use a existing or buy a new one. If you buy a new one make sure it can do 30 watt charging which is the fastest charging it can do. I'm currently using a 18 watt charger so I cant comment on 30 watt charging speeds.

    Android

    One great thing about having a Google Pixel is that you get OS updates day one! No need for waiting for manufactures to make their changes and push it months later. Also you get monthly security updates that sometimes even have little added Pixel software features. This phone comes with the latest version of Android, Android 12. I had been using it for a few weeks, even before I got the Pixel 6. Android 12s Material You theming works really well. At first I didn't think I would like it or use it but I was surprised at how well the colors adapted in everything to my background choices. I've decided to leave it on although you can customize it and even turn it off if you choose to. I feel like Android has matured enough now that they are starting to make it fun to use again.

    Camera

    The camera has been updated this year and I can tell! It does a great job of taking photos and video with its 50MP camera. I'm a point and click type of person so I use a phone for most of my photos. I am sad they they didn't include a optical zoom in the regular Pixel 6 though. I really prefer having the optical zoom but I guess you can get the pro model if you really need it. I find for the most part my photos look great. What I found is what you see in the screen before you take the shot is not always what you get. After you take the phone it typically looks better. Google does their computational photo adjustments (instantly) and your photos come out looking even better. Also one of my favorite features night shots still look absolutely hands down spectacular. I love the idea of not having to use flash in low light situations.

    I like that the camera app is simple to use and not cluttered like some others. Google does a good job here. They make it easy to switch modes and edit photos. There is a new camera app feature called Magic Eraser. It works well in some situations but not all. For example I took a picture of my arm with a cut on it and was able to erase the cut just fine like it never existed. Removing any face imperfections works well too. Removing people or objects seems to depend on the background. From my experience it works better when there is less detail in the background so your experience will vary there. Overall its a really cool feature that lets you touch up on your photos if needed. There is also a new Motion mode that allows you to add a motion blur effect to your phones. Its nice when phone manufactures add these little things into the camera app so you don't need to install another photo editing app to do it. I think these features will get better with time too.

    Summary

    In the end I love using this phone and I keep coming back to it. I finally have a phone worthy of getting me to move off my Pixel 4xl. Even with a few minor shortcomings this is in my opinion still the best Pixel phone to date! So close to perfection.

    Nov 02, 2021 14:19
  • Review by 47states, 10 out of 10
    Excellent phone with many features

    My previous phone was a dual screen. As an office device it was excellent but as a phone and a camera it rated as the poorest phone I have ever owned. So I switched to the Pixel 6. The 6.4” screen size is perfect. I prefer larger phones and the display is beautiful. There is some weight to the phone and it is slippery without a case and I would strongly recommend a case and a screen protector.

    It comes with a Reviews Guide that is a manual for some of the features. When is the last time a phone came with a useful manual? Full color and very helpful, another win for Google.

    Setting up was a breeze. I didn’t even have to call Verizon to have a setting fixed. You can transfer your SIM card (easy) or download a virtual SIM (didn’t use). Just follow the on screen prompts and it will walk you through the process. Via a cable I was able to transfer everything from my old phone. Warning – all of my apps transferred, including those native to the previous phone manufacturer. Just delete what you don’t need anymore.

    Reviewers have reported issues with the Fingerprint Unlock. My experience is that it works 99.9% of the time. Setting up this feature, I made sure that all sides of my finger were well recorded in its more natural state (drier vs. oily). It works great.

    The Pixel 6 comes in 3 colors. It really doesn’t matter once you put a case on it and then select a wallpaper. The UI can be customized with themed icons, widgets and dynamic colors.

    As a phone the Pixel 6 is excellent. It is a phone and some manufacturers forget that fact. Everyone has noticed an improved call quality over my previous phone. It connects perfectly to my 2019 Subaru Outback EVERY TIME. My previous phone always cut out on a stretch of road near our house and in our driveway or garage. The Pixel 6 does not have that problem so now I know it is not a signal strength issue but with the previous phone itself. Call volume is finally loud enough, clarity is great, calls are not dropped, connects to car every time (with more connectable apps) – what’s not to love? It has been about 4 phones ago since the phone was a priority; thanks Google.

    One of the best features is Calling Assistance. I used it to call Disney World. A 4 hour wait time that turned into 5 hours. It will tell you projected wait times (so did Disney and they were close) and then it will hold for you and call you when your call is ready. What a wonderful feature when the company you are calling doesn’t offer the call back feature. Priceless – why don’t other phones offer this?

    There are a lot of features with this phone. You can use Assistant Voice Typing to send a message. Live Translate will translate text messages or Live Caption video or audio. Very cool. I watched a Japanese video and it captioned nicely. It also can translate foreign language signs via your camera. There is an Interpreter to translate conversations.

    Of course “Hey Google” is incorporated into a Google phone. They took it one step better and have voice commands that no longer have to be preceded by “Hey Google.”

    The camera almost made me cry. All I can say is WOW. Very easy to use. You can Magic Erase photobombers. I tested on the TV screen too and you can remove actors from a scene. Fun to play with. It actually suggests items to remove. In the photo, I removed the frog that was behind the witches. That I had to manually erase and it takes a little practice. You Can Action Pan or Long Exposure as well. I used Long Exposure for some of my evening Halloween shots. Face Unblur helps clear up your less than perfect shots. Real Tone does well capturing skin tones. Backlit photos also look very good, the Pixel 6 has a nice adjustment for that.

    4X Optical Zoom works well and can be extended to 20X. Ultrawide Selfies was good but not a feature I will use very much. There is also front video at 4K and that works well if you want to film yourself. The regular video was easy to use and did well at night too.

    The name Google normally doesn’t ring synonymous with Privacy. But they did it right with some features on this phone. You have a Privacy Dashboard that shows usage history for your apps. The Security Hub is one of my favorite features. There are a lot of settings in there. Safety and Emergency is my favorite. It has Emergency Contacts, Emergency SOS, Car Crash Detection and Medical Information. Crisis Alerts are also available for the immediate area. There are lots of worthy settings in this area and you should explore what works for you.

    Anti-Malware and Phishing are also built in and work very well.

    Adaptive Battery is another great feature. Seldom used apps don’t drain the battery in this setting.

    Powering the Pixel 6 off wasn’t as simple as pushing the power button. You either press Power Button + Volume Up at the same time or slide down from the top of the screen and go down until you see the power icon circle. Holding the power button would have been much easier.

    To take a screenshot you will need to hold the Power Button + Volume Down at the same time. The screen will flash so you know you have a capture.

    Of course, this works effortlessly with Nest and also Google Home devices. Just talk to your phone and control the devices. Cast music from your phone to Google Home. Share and store your photos with Google Photos. Everything is so easily integrated.

    This phone really performs well and Google spent some time getting it right. It doesn’t seem rushed like many other phones. Very happy and highly recommended.

    NOTE: I received this product in exchange for my fair and unbiased review.

    Nov 04, 2021 17:29
  • Review by k1zit, 10 out of 10
    The Best Android Experience!

    I've been a Samsung Note and galaxy user for about a decade. I've invested a lot in the android ecosystem and it's become an integral part of my personal and professional life. It's been quite some time since I've really immersed myself with a device that offers the purest form of the android operating system. Over the years I've grown extremely accustomed to a manufacturer's overlay on top of vanilla android. In my case, it's been the touchwiz user interface from Samsung. Coming from years of using a different user interface, it took me about 3 days for me to begin using the Google Pixel 6 from muscle memory; as if it was second nature. The experience has been a night and day difference - in a very good way! I've heard that Google's android phones are the purest and best way to experience the android platform. I finally understand why that's the case and it took me actually using the phone daily for me to understand. A big part of the reason this phone has really impressed me is because of the innovation that Google has brought to the android platform with their custom designed tensor chip on these new pixel 6 phones. The "Smart AI" features on this phone are incredible. I've listed some key highlights below of my experience with pixel 6.

    Design and Construction:

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    The Google pixel 6 is an extremely premium feeling phone. The phone has matted aluminum sides and a glass back (definitely prefer this over the glossy sides on the pixel 6 pro!). The Gorilla Glass 6 on the back feels like it can withstand some abuse. The front of the display has the Gorilla Glass Victus and as someone who constantly keeps their phone in the same pocket as their keys, I can gladly attest to no scratches on the display. Initially I thought that the protruding bar on the rear of the phone that houses the camera sensors would be cumbersome and intrusive. That has turned out to not be the case at all. When gripping the phone normally (either one handed or two handed) never did it get in the way or did my fingers keep hitting it. When laying the phone flat (with no case) there's no wobble despite the protrusion. You'd really have to push down on the top of the phone to experience some wobble.

    I find the dimensions of the google pixel 6 to be perfect for one handed use. While the pixel pro has some minor upgrades over the standard pixel 6, I feel as though it borders being "too large" for my one handed use. In terms of bezels I was surprised that I didnt miss the curved bezels from my previous note android device. While this phone doesn't have the thinnest bezels, it's still one of the sleekest looking phones on the market. I also love that Google stuck with the small circular camera cut out and didn't go with a distracting notch! The one thing I would change in terms of design would be the placement of the volume rocker. I wish it was either on the left side or that it would have been moved further down on the right side to make it more central. I watch all of my content in landscape mode so having it more centrally located would have been a bit more convenient.

    Performance/User Experience:

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    This is the most fluid and snappy experience that I've ever used on any phone. Applications instantly open, load, and close. I can leave several apps running in the background while playing a game, listening to music, watching streaming content, downloading large files, etc. Not once during daily use have I noticed even a minor hiccup. To test the phone I left several apps running in the backgroundc and played the very well known genshin impact android game as well as some warhammer and the experience was flawless. I've owned nothing but flagship Android phones this past decade and I'm convinced that the reason why the pixel 6 provides such a buttery smooth experience on android is due to to the combination of google's new tensor chip and the close to stock vanilla Android UI. Even though I knew the tensor chip was not going to outperform the top of the line qualcomm processors on raw numbers alone, I still benchmarked my pixel 6 out of curiosity. It still received pretty impressive numbers on geekbench 5. It received a single-core score of 1032 and a multi-core score of 2744. More than adequate to run all the latest and future applications.

    Camera:

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    The camera sensors on this phone are a feat of engineering! The 50 megapixel main sensor and 12 megapixel ultrawide sensor takes stunning photos. When in camera mode, you have instant options to alter color and shadow. I've found myself using this feature a lot as it makes photos with dull colors come alive! The slight disappointment here is that we don't get the new coveted 4x telephoto zoom that's featured on the pro model. This means that we don't get any optical zoom and instead we're stuck with Google's "Super Res" 7x digital zoom. I've tested the digital zoom and it's not terrible but it won't compare to an optical lens. Some of my favorite camera features are the "Magic Eraser" and "Night Sight". Both are extremely impressive features. Magic eraser is similar to the magic eraser tool in photoshop. It does a fantastic job of removing people or objects that you don't want in the photo (so long as they're not the main focal points of attraction in the image). The night sight feature is a game changer for taking pictures at night. Please see the two images I have attached. There is very little ambient lighting in the room that the picture was taken in. The same object was taken with the same lighting conditions without flash. It's as if someone turned on the light when taken with the night sight feature! The whole camera ecosystem has been designed with convience in mind too. Google photos makes it incredibly easy to instantly edit, share, and upload all your content.

    Features:

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    This is the part of the Pixel 6 that extremely impresses me. There's sooo many great features to list so I'll just name a few of my favorites. 5G speeds are ridiculously fast! When connected to 5G, I typically average 250+ Mbps down and 60 + Mbps up (see screenshot). One of my absolute favorite features on the pixel 6 is the automatic ability to screen calls. The amount of robocalls I receive has greatly increased within the last couple of years. If the pixel detects that either a phone call or a text message is from an unknown caller, it'll automatically decline the call without interupting you (it'll never decline anyone in your contact list). You can also set it so that the google assistant automatically answers unknown calls. The assistant politely asks the caller a couple of basic questions to make sure it's not a robocall, a faked number, or a potential scam. The transcript of the brief conversation appears on your phone so you know if it's legit.

    Display:

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    While the standard Pixel 6 doesn't share the same quad hd resolution (1440p) and pixel density as it's bigger brother, the 1080p HDR capable display on the pixel 6 is still impressive. Also, I'd argue that at this six inch screen size, you're really not missing much with 1440p over 1080p. The 6.4 inch OLED display produces an impressive color accurate picture. It produces some rich reds, lush greens, vibrant purples, all while not over saturating the image. I also love the deep blacks that this display produces! The adaptive 90hz refresh rate makes a world of a difference coming from a 60hz display. Swiping through the UI, switching between apps, browsing through content on a browser, etc has attributed to the smoothest performance I've ever experienced on a phone. The pixel 6 doesn't have the brightest screen but it's certainly more than adequate. With the manual slider you get 500 nits of maximum brightness and about 850+ when set to adaptive. On a sunny day, I found myself having to turn up the brightness slider to at least 80 percent to get good visibility while being outdoors. I do wish it provided closer to 1000 nits of maximum peak brightness for optimum visiblity on these occasional situations but it's a minor gripe.

    Audio:

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    Without a doubt, the most impressive stereo audio I've heard on any phone. This thing gets loud! The audio is produced by a bottom firing speaker and the earpiece. The listening experience has been decent enough to where I've found myself, on multiple occassions, not bothering to get up to turn on my bluetooth home audio speaker. At full volume, there's no distortion and music sounds crisp. However, as a fan of a wired music listening experience, the one thing I wish was included was a standard headphone jack.

    Battery Life:

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    In terms of phone use, at the end of a standard work day, I easily still have over 30% battery left. On most days, I've had over 40% without ever charging it once throughout the day. This is thanks to the beefy 4600 mAh battery on the pixel 6. This phone should be able to easily get you through a full workday with a similar workload as I've just described. You also get 50% charge in 30 minutes if you're using a 30 watt charger.

    Overall, I've been very impressed with the pixel 6, especially at the price segment it comes in at. While the pixel 6 may not officially be considered a flagship phone compared to the pro model, I feel that it still retains enough flagship features to still be considered worthy of the flagship title. For all the flagship features that you get at this competitive price point, this is an easy recommendation!

    Nov 05, 2021 05:39
  • Review by Beuge, 8 out of 10
    Best. Pixel. Ever.

    I have been a long time Pixel user (most recently a Pixel 3XL) and an even longer Android user (dating back to the original Verizon Motorola Droid in 2009). So with all of the leaks over the past months and the eventual official announcement for the Pixel 6, I couldn’t help but get pulled into the building excitement. Now, with the phone in hand, let's see if the Pixel 6 and Android 12 live up to the hype.

    First, let's talk about the physical device itself. The frame is metal and finished in matte black. The front and back are both glass. The front is mostly flat and has a very thin, almost imperceptible, cushion layer between the screen and the frame. At the top, just between the screen and the frame, is an ultra-narrow ear slit and just below that is a cutout for the single front-facing shooter. The back is glossy, has more curve to the edges, lacks the extra cushion layer of the front, and features the distinctive camera bar. The camera bar frame is metal that extends from the main body frame then is filled with more glass covering over the dual cameras and flash. On the bottom, flanking the USB-C port, are 2 downward firing speakers. The right side features the power button and volume rocker while the left side is home to the single nano SIM tray.

    The overall design is both attractive and functional. The phone fits well in the hand, the power and volume rockers are placed well, and the camera bar keeps the phone from rocking when set down on its back. Construction seems top notch with excellent fit and finish and no noticeable flex in the body. On the downside, the glossy glass on the back makes the phone quite slippery. So best to protect your investment with a good case.

    Once powered on, you’re greeted by the beautiful 6.4 inch AMOLED display. The 2400x1080 resolution offers super crisp images with no perceptible pixels and the 90Hz refresh rate delivers ultra smooth scrolling and gaming. Colors are rich and vibrant and blacks are deep and dark. The screen offers a good brightness range from dark-but-visible up to significantly bright, even in broad daylight. Also, having just the slightest of bezels, apps fill the front of the phone while not creating unwanted touches just by gripping the sides, as compared to other curved, wrap-around screens that I’ve used.

    The Pixel 6’s speakers have been satisfactory. Playing games or watching videos, the Pixel employs the ear slit as well as the lower downward firing speakers to give a fuller stereo effect. The setup offers plenty of volume and clarity. Highs are crisp but lows are lacking a bit. Like other phones with this configuration, the lower speakers do tend to get covered by your hand when holding the phone in a landscape orientation and make me miss the dual front-facing speakers of my older 3XL a little. Calls on both the handset and speakerphone have plenty of volume and clarity.

    The in-display fingerprint reader has worked well for me. Its placed well on the front so my thumb can reach it naturally and its response has been plenty fast. Accuracy has been no different than the rear-mounted reader on my 3XL, with just the periodic miss-then-reread. That said, I do miss having it on the back: It just feels more natural to me. Also, I haven’t yet been able to test it with a screen protector installed as I’m still waiting for delivery.

    Battery life has been very good. Typical usage on the Pixel 6 for me includes calls, texts, emails, activity tracking, some casual gaming, periodic web research, media playback (Plex for music and misc streaming services for videos), and managing smart home items such as a robot vacuum, video doorbell, smart outlets, and Google Nest security camera. Through all of this, the battery lasts a full day with some left over without need for midday top-ups. Experience has shown that using 5G, both AT&T and Google Fi, is significantly harder on battery life. But this can be mitigated by being on wifi or dropping back to 4G, which can be managed in the settings on an as needed basis.

    Wired and wireless charging rates are fast, depending on your source. While 30w charging is possible, no charging brick is included with the phone. Wireless charging placement is not finicky, to the point you can actually rest the camera bar on the charger and still successfully charge. Also, the phone allows for battery sharing, which is a nice touch.

    The cameras are very, very good. The app launches very quickly with a double-tap of the Power button. There are plenty of modes available; the familiar Portrait and Night Sight, and now the new Motion mode. All produce stunning, creative, flagship-level photos with great detail and vivid color. The photo tools have been beefed up to include the much ballyhooed Magic Eraser. In my testing, while the Magic Eraser is interesting, it never seems to be convincing, frequently leaving smears or discolorations. Video now includes digital stabilization, which works very, very well.

    Covering a few other features: I tested Bluetooth with a new gen 6 smartwatch as well as various headphones and speakers. All worked well and demonstrated good range. NFC for contactless payments has been quick and effective. Casting to an older Chromecast has been fast and reliable (Note: There is currently a legal issue limiting access to volume control from the volume rocker while casting). Video calls using the front camera have been excellent. On the downside, there is no headphone port, no expandable memory, and no option for video out over the USB-C port.

    Now, let's spend a few moments talking about Android. The phone ships with Android 12 out of the box, which is the most significant visual update to Android in years. Most functionality is where you’re used to finding it, but has been given a fresh look with the new Material You design language. While its all very attractive, things like the quick toggles or volume settings just take up more screen real estate than before.

    Beyond the appearance, there’s a lot of good here. Boot time is super fast. Voice recognition and transcription has been incredibly accurate. The ability of the Assistant to work conversationally is amazing. The new wallpaper theming and icon theming are nice touches. 3-button navigation is, thankfully, still available (for those of us old fogeys who don’t like gestures). Also, scrolling screenshots work well (in apps that they are compatible with, which doesn’t include Chrome currently).

    Then there’s frustrations. The loss of the incredibly useful Power menu (Power Off, Restart, GPay, and access to smart appliances) is frustrating. Even if you go through the settings and enable the new Power menu (Settings/System/Gestures/Press and hold power button), it only gives you the power-related options and quick access to declare an emergency. Most, not all, of the other combined functionality is now available in a Home icon on the lock screen.

    Then there’s Google’s tendency to kill off mature products and forcibly replace them with products that simply don’t work as well. For example, the loss of Google Play Music still stings. But now, with Android 12, we’ve lost access to Android Auto for Phone Screens; a tool me and many others used profusely. Its replaced by the new Google Assistant Driving Mode. Which simply doesn’t work as well.

    That said, Android and its apps are an ever evolving adventure. Issues such as these will likely be addressed as updates are released. And because its a Pixel, you’ll have access to those updates immediately.

    All things considered, the Pixel 6 is simply the best Pixel ever made. Its not perfect, but no phone is. If you want a well built phone that produces great pictures, offers easy access to Google’s ecosystem, and delivers immediate updates, this Pixel 6 is a great choice.

    Nov 05, 2021 14:02
  • Review by Justin, 10 out of 10
    Best Pixel. Extreme Value. Stock Android = Amazing

    The Pixel 6 (and 6 Pro) is Google’s latest generation of the Pixel lineup. The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro offer Google’s first home built processor, Tensor, with Titan M2 security chip for enhanced protection. Both of these chips provide the phone with faster processing and enhanced security over every other Pixel before it. This paired with all new camera sensors and a fairly groundbreaking exterior design prove that Google takes Pixel very seriously. I will be focusing my review on the Pixel 6 as this is the device I have been using but some of these items can be applied to the Pixel 6 Pro as well.

    Design:

    The new design for Pixel is a bit of a controversial one. Personally I really like it. The horizontal camera bar houses the new camera hardware as well as provides a differentiating look compared to every other phone out there. The bonus of the camera car is the phone sits very stable on a flat surface! (No wobble) Google continues offering several color options just like the last few generations which is a nice touch. The stormy black unit I received is a great neutral color for those who may not want a colorful device and I assume the white would be similar.

    Screen:

    The Pixel 6 features a 6.4-inch 90Hz AMOLED panel with FHD+ resolution stretching 1080 x 2400 pixels. This comes with a 20:9 aspect ratio, 411ppi pixel density, and an 83.4% screen-to-body ratio.

    The Pixel 6 Pro features a 6.7-inch adaptive 120Hz LTPO AMOLED panel with QHD+ resolution stretching 1440 x 3120 pixels. This comes with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, 512ppi pixel density, and an 88.8% screen-to-body ratio.

    Both phones come with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus on the front and support HDR10+ content and always-on display. The biggest difference is the curved display on the Pixel 6 Pro, higher resolution/refresh rate, and Gorilla Glass Victus on the back too instead of Gorilla Glass 6 like the regular Pixel 6.

    My Pixel 6 has been enjoyable to use however this is the one area I did downgrade vs my last THREE phones believe it or not. I love the upgrade to a 90Hz screen but I do not like the downgrade in resolution vs QHD displays I have used in the past. With this said it wasn’t as big of a drawback as I originally feared. The 6.4” display has great colors, great blacks, and a higher refresh rate which is pleasurable to use. I just wish the PPI was higher as I have had QHD displays on my last three LG phones. One other notable feature is the use of an optical finger print sensor under the front display on both devices. The sensor works ok but it one of the other minor disappointments of the phone. It can be slow to respond or not recognize at all. I would recommend registering your same fingerprints at least two times for a better chance of the phone getting it on the first try.

    Android 12:

    The Pixel 6 launches with Android 12 which is the latest version of Android. The Pixel 6 gets, at minimum, 3 years of software updates and 5 years of security updates. As far as I know this is the longest period of support for Android phone makers. This is nice because you know as long as the hardware is solid, Google will be there is support the phone for many years to come so you are not forced to upgrade in just 2-3 years just to have the latest software features. If you would like to find in depth details of this version of Android, I would recommend searching YouTube for a video review highlighting the changes. Overall the UI looks new and fresh. It implements new design features to provide accent colors throughout the interface depending on your background colors. The overall interface isn’t so far removed from other versions of Android it should be easy to adopt for those used to Android. The settings menu has an easy to use key word, search bar to find the specific setting you want to find so you are not digging through menus. Overall, lots of customization abilities, multi-device integration through your Google account (If wanted), and easy to navigate UI.

    Only gripe so far is I get some occasional accidental back/forward swipes while using some apps. I have changed the sensitivity to be at its lowest setting but it can be easy to accidentally swipe back (Swipe right from edge of screen).

    Battery Life:

    I have had outstanding battery life compared to my last device. The Pixel 6 features a 4,614 mAh battery which is larger than all the smaller Pixel’s of the past. I have easily been able to make it through a normal day with plenty of battery to spare. In fact, I have not been able to drain it (through normal usage) below 50% while using Wi-Fi and 4G data. I have gotten between 3-4 hours of screen on time within my battery usage and I have no doubts many more is possible depending on the type of usage. I have seen reports than 5G can impact battery life more significantly but have not been able to verify myself.

    Speakers:

    The speakers have good quality especially for a smartphone but are a little on the quiet side. I routinely find myself using the top 30% of the volume range in anything but the quietest of settings.

    Cameras:

    The main camera on the Pixel 6 is a new 50MP (f/1.85) sensor that does Pixel binning to create a final 12.5MP image. The Ultra Wide camera is 12MP (f/2.2) sensor. The front camera is an 8MP (f/2.0) sensor. So far I have been very happy with images from all three sensors. The new, main camera sensor combined with Google image processing and computational tools. Android 12 adds Magic Eraser which lets you remove objects/people from an image. It works very well in some scenarios and just ok in others. The fact you can do this from your phone so easily now is impression nonetheless. Other software tools involve removing blur from faces and improvements to skin tones. I have been very happy with image quality and it is heaps better than my prior phone as Google’s software has been optimized to take advantage of the sensors capabilities. My only minor complaints is the Ultra Wide sensor takes good but not great pictures and could be a tad wider overall. The phone’s video shooting abilities have been greatly improved compared to Pixels of the past and it shoots video up to 4K at 60FPS. The main camera features Laser Autofocus and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS).

    If you are looking for the best camera specs, you’ll want to opt for the Pixel 6 Pro which features the same Main, and Ultra Wide sensors but adds a 48MP f/3.5 telephoto lens with OIS and 4x optical zoom and a better front facing camera with 11.1MP f/2.2 which also shoots 4K 30FPS video instead of 1080p 30FPS on the Pixel 6.

    Three attached images (Outside of two of phone) are straight out of camera with no editing.

    Performance:

    The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro features Google first in house processor named Tensor. This is paired with 8GB of ram on the Pixel 6 and 12GB on the 6 Pro. Google claims the Pixel 6 has 370% higher GPU performance and 80% higher CPU performance compared to the Pixel 5. I came from a phone with the Snapdragon 845, Adreno 630 and 6GB of ram. I have been very pleased with the performance of the Pixel 6 as it has been overall much smoother than my prior phone. The software optimization here obviously helps a bunch compared to the other phone but I think the processor itself has good performance all around. Overall, I haven’t experienced any real performance challenges so far. I don’t game on my phones but the photo editing and multitasking with apps is hassle free for the phone.

    Verdict:

    The Pixel 6 has been amazing to use! It is clearly the best phone Google has ever made. The cameras on the Pixel 6 are great along with the software to back them up. The new editing tools bring another level of power to the photos you capture. Tensor, the new processor, seems like promising venture for Google. Performance has been great with no issues and I am happy to see the dedicated support for years to come. It will be interesting to see its Machine Learning capacities as time progresses. Battery life is another strong point in my usage of the phone. I have enjoyed ending the day with more than 50% left on the phone compared to struggling to make a full day with my last device. I would highly recommend upgrading to the Pixel 6 if you have an older Pixel device or just want a stock Android device with good performance. The value Google has offered with this phone is incredible.

    Do I believe the $300 premium for the Pro is worth it? Maybe. I prefer the flat display on the regular Pixel 6 but I would love the higher resolution display and the Telephoto camera found on the 6 Pro. The Pixel 6 is by far the stronger value of the two however.

    Nov 05, 2021 19:31
  • 8.8score
    Google - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Pixel 3 - 64GB (Unlocked) - Just Black
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Make a statement with this refurbished Google Pixel 3 64GB smartphone. The 5.5-inch Full HD+ OLED touch display delivers sharp high-contrast images for the perfect viewing experience, while the Top Shot feature suggests the best frame shot for a perfectly timed photo. This unlocked Google Pixel 3 64GB smartphone supports wireless charging, and the smart battery regulates power use for extra convenience and peace of mind.Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products.

    11 Features
  • Google Lens: Search what you see with Google Lens to look up clothing and home decor, copy and translate text, and identify landmarks, plants, and animals - all in real time, right from your camera.
  • Group selfies: Pixel 3's dual front-facing cameras let you take group selfies without a selfie stick or someone having to jump out and take the photo. Or, use it to get the background in that selfie without being a bobblehead.
  • Top Shot feature: Get smiles, not blinks, for a great photo every time. Pixel 3's Top Shot suggests the perfect frame for your shot.
  • Unlimited camera storage: Save all your favorite moments with free, unlimited photo storage.¹
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor: The octa-core processor and 4GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
  • Hey Google, get it done: Get more done with an extraordinary camera, fast-charging battery, and the helpful Google Assistant built in.
  • Android 9.0 Pie OS: Adapts to you and how you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better and better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • Universally unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 5.5" Full HD+ OLED display with 2160 x 1080 resolution and 443 ppi: The extra-large screen is matched with a slim body to comfortably fit in your hand. It offers 18:9 screen ratio. 3D Corning Gorilla Glass 5 resists scratches.
  • Your Google Assistant: Get help from the Google Assistant: reserve a table at your favorite restaurant, buy tickets, get commute times, weather information, flight updates and more - all with a simple squeeze or just by using your voice.²
  • Lasts long: Pixel 3 comes with a battery that charges fast and wirelessly and lasts all day. It's even smart enough to limit battery use for the apps you don't use often to keep you going longer.³
  • 7 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by nicknkane, 10 out of 10
    Great phone

    I love my new phone! Easy to use, stylistically nice, has a nice sleek feel and works really well. I can tell Google truly designed this with a huge range of uses in mind. All I need now is Bluetooth headphones.

    Jan 31, 2020 15:46
  • Review by notafitnessbuff, 8 out of 10
    Google phone what more to say

    Have not tried the camera yet. That is why the 4 stars and not 5. The phone I was replacing was a Nexus 4. I loved it but it was not supported anymore. Hope to enjoy this phone as much.

    Dec 11, 2019 16:18
  • Review by Howie, 8 out of 10
    Great phone...

    Great phone with very little bloatware. Only disappointment is the battery drains fast due to high resolution screen when streaming video. Otherwise, no complaints.

    Jan 10, 2020 17:03
  • Review by Jerome, 10 out of 10
    Excellent phone

    Nothing beats the camera on this phone. Best buy always deliver the greatest product.

    Jan 28, 2020 06:22
  • Review by Jazmine, 10 out of 10
    Vivid colors!!!

    Awesome phone great price love it!! The picture quality it amazing

    Jan 25, 2020 11:42
  • Review by fix2021, 8 out of 10
    Good Phone

    I like this phone, the pictures are awesome

    The battery is ok.

    Only the price I not allowed

    Jan 24, 2020 22:39
  • Review by lilly, 8 out of 10
    Good for the price.

    Condition looks good. It just came with the charger nothing else.

    Jan 31, 2020 15:40
  • 8.8score
    Google - Pixel 6 Pro 128GB (Unlocked) - Stormy Black
    Description

    Introducing Pixel 6 Pro, the completely redesigned, fully loaded Google 5G phone.* With a powerful camera system, next-gen security, and the custom-built Google Tensor processor, it’s the smartest and fastest Pixel yet.

    8 Features
  • The processor made for Pixel.: Google Tensor is the first processor designed by Google, custom-made for Pixel with 12GB of RAM. You’ll notice the difference immediately. Pixel runs smoother, apps launch faster, and pages load quicker. And Pixel’s security chip helps protect your private data.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • A powerful new camera system.: Capture finer details with a 50MP camera - including three pro-level lenses and a telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom.
  • Designed for daily life.: The 6.7-inch Smooth Display, up to 120Hz** is made with Corning® Gorilla® Glass Victus,™ the toughest Gorilla Glass yet. Its high refresh rate means smoother, more responsive gaming, scrolling, and moving between apps.
  • It’s everything a battery should be.: Pixel’s all-day Adaptive Battery is everything a battery should be. It can last beyond 24 hours, even on 5G.* It learns your favorite apps, so it doesn't waste power on ones you never use.
  • Secure to the core.: Google Tensor is the first processor with the security core built in, and it works with the next-gen Titan M2TM security chip.
  • You’re in control of your privacy.: Transparency is built into your Pixel. You have control over your phone’s mics and cameras.
  • Switching is simple.: It only takes a few steps to move messages, contacts, and photos from your old cell phone and get going on Pixel.*****
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by benzy, 8 out of 10
    The best phone ever launched with some problems

    ~TL;DR version~

    Pros:

    • Extremely fast processor and ample RAM

    • Latest security updates and Android versions

    • Camera opens fast and shoots quickly, taking great shots in most conditions

    • Camera features like Magic Eraser, Motion Modes, and Face Unblur, and Speech Enhancement are useful and market-leading

    • AI voice typing and language translation features make this phone the most interesting piece of computing hardware on the market

    Cons:

    • Camera processing software needs to be tweaked to take better portrait shots and improve low-light performance

    • Telephoto lens is hard to switch to; subjects must be at least 4 feet away; no macro mode

    • Under-screen fingerprint reader can be difficult to work with and projects a bright light under the sensor that can be blinding

    • Lack of face unlock and Active Edge is disappointing, particularly considering how good Pixel 4 XL's face unlock was

    • Curved screen is pretty annoying to use and can warp images on the edge

    • User experience problems were introduced with Android 12 as Google removed or changed the UI for the worse

    ~Long version~

    Let me begin by saying I'm an Android aficionado and a Pixel lover. It's because of that love that I might sometimes overlook the amazing, wonderful, awesome things about the phone that I take for granted, and spend too much attention to the little bugs and nitpicks that affect my experience as someone who's basically going to stick with a Pixel, no matter what.

    If you have never owned a Pixel phone before, there have always been several extremely great things about them that you should know, in order of importance:

    • The best camera processing software of any phone, period

    • Always get the latest security updates before any other phone

    • Google's vision for Android as the default, with lots of options available for tweaks and settings changes

    • Features like call screening, spam call and text message detection, "hold for me," which can help you avoid listening to annoying hold music

    • With the exception of Pixel 4 XL, have always used mid-range hardware and been sold at mid-range pricing, but generally perform well above the level of other phones in their price range.

    Some of the best things about the Pixels of the past are also true about the Pixel 6 Pro. It gets the latest security updates and uses Google's vision for Android. Some things are new. The Pixel 6 Pro is using new camera hardware for the first time since 2016, and it can take some really amazing shots. It has a new design, a totally new, Google-designed SoC (system on a chip; the main processor of the phone) called "Tensor" that can match and in some cases exceed the absolute best SoCs on the market at raw processing power. The Pixel 6 Pro uses this chip to do a ton of very complicated AI processing directly on the phone, without breaking a sweat.

    The AI processing is impressive, allowing the Pixel 6 to translate live speech on the fly, take dictation as well as enterprise-level software solutions that cost thousands of dollars, and process live video through HDR algorithms while the camera is recording. In almost all cases, the Pixel 6 Pro is the fastest phone I've ever used.

    In addition to the expected good things about Pixel phones, the Pixel 6 in particular does an incredible job of processing important software features on the phone. The new motion photo modes, 4k HDR video, and things like Face Unblur and Magic Eraser are great benefits, and the Pixel 6 Pro handles them effortlessly. I've also been very impressed with how the Pixel handles open apps. My Pixel 4 XL is starting to show its age and shutting open background apps down after I take a picture, or switch to just a couple more active apps. The Pixel 6 Pro with its 12 gigs of RAM completely eliminates this problem, keeping power-hungry apps like Pokemon Go open in the background for hours, even after taking pictures and using many other apps.

    The final thing I'll mention as a big positive is battery life. It took over a week for Android's Adaptive Battery to work well for me, but now that it is, I regularly get 5+ hours of screen-on time with more than 25% battery left at the end of the day. I anticipate this phone will be a battery champ for many years to come, and I appreciate that.

    ~Complaint department~

    Unfortunately, there are also some drawbacks to the changes. The new camera hardware is impressive, but it seems like the software team needs some more time to make the processing work better. Particularly in portrait mode, the camera has trouble with edge detection, sometimes leaving chunks of the background adjacent to the subject un-blurred and looking janky. This usually occurs with flyaway hairs and fuzzy sweaters, and can lead to what should be a very nice shot looking very cheaply processed. Also, the phone's performance in low light doesn't match up to previous Pixels. Shots I took on Halloween as the sunlight was fading ended up looking either too blurry or too artificially sharpened, with only a very few looking great like Night Sight photos on other Pixels.

    The new under-screen fingerprint reader hasn't been much of a trouble, but other reviewers have said it doesn't work well for them, especially with a screen protector. I've had some issues where the reader requires me to re-apply my finger or run it a few times, but for the most part it works great. One thing I'll say is that the under-screen sensor creates a little hollow area, and the phone has a different sound to it because of that. Kind of a hollow "thunk" as compared to phones without the under-screen reader. My biggest complaint about it is that it shines a very bright light onto the reader, making it difficult to use in a darkened room without blasting yourself in the face with bright light. Make sure your finger is covering the sensor or look away!

    I'm hopeful that Google will find a way to add face unlock to this phone through software updates. It's a feature I wasn't in love with when I first used my Pixel 4 XL, and certainly isn't perfect in today's world where I'm wearing a mask half the time, but I miss it greatly. Face unlock on the 4 XL is fast, secure, and incredibly intuitive.

    As a final complaint about the hardware, I'll say that I really don't like the curved screen. The curve causes some content to bend and become distorted. In my case, that means memes and webcomics on Facebook and Patreon, which present images across the full width of the viewport. Oftentimes small text at the edges of the screen is hard to read because of the curved edge. If the Pixel 6 would've come with 12 gigs of RAM, I would have gotten it instead, to get the flat screen.

    Another big list of drawbacks is the many changes that were made to the user interface in Android 12. For the most part, the changes have to do with design—and they're fine. System icons are bigger and can be customized to automatically match your phone's background, typefaces are generally larger and more spaced out, and new widgets bring these design touches to your homescreen in interesting ways. But frustrating changes have occurred in the User Interface that have negative effects on the usability of the phone.

    For example, the quick settings button that turns wi-fi on and off has now been moved to a new "Internet" quick setting button. Where once you could swipe down from the top of the screen and turn wi-fi off with a tap, you now have to swipe, tap, tap, and then tap again to exit a popup menu.

    Another annoying UX blunder is the removal of home controls and Google Pay from the long-press power menu. This was an incredible feature of Android 11, and allowed users to activate important functions without looking at the phone first. Physical buttons are ALWAYS better than on-screen buttons to do simple routine tasks, and Google took it away.

    My final complaint about Android 12 has to do with how it handles links and saved passwords. In the past, it was a trivial thing to tell Google that you wanted to open certain links in certain apps. Now, some links open in the browser no matter how many times you tell Android to open them in an app instead. In my case, links to Reddit now open in the browser. I've gone into app settings to tell Android to open all Reddit links in the app, but after several hours, they revert.

    Saved passwords for apps are also a problem. In Android 12, users must enter and save their password in the app. Any saved passwords from the web version of the app do not automatically transfer, and the Autofill functionality that helps users to easily search for saved passwords is broken. Instead, the user has to exit the app, navigate to passwords.google.com, find the saved password, provide their device unlock (PIN, password or biometrics), copy the password, then go back to the app and enter it. Once the password is entered and saved, it works, but the process to set this up is unnecessarily cumbersome.

    ~The final word on Pixel 6 Pro~

    Google Pixel phones have often had initial periods of hiccups and bugs right after launch, and though Google aficionados hoped this time would be different, it's clear that isn't the case. Many of the problems I mentioned above can be fixed with changes to software, and I hope the passion and time many of us are putting into telling Google how we feel will result in changes that benefit all users as time goes by.

    The indisputable thing is that, despite some minor quibbles about the fingerprint sensor and the curved screen, this phone is an incredible piece of hardware. I anticipate using this phone for years to come, and I am really looking forward to seeing how the Pixel and Android teams can adjust things to make the phone's user experience match the incredible hardware package they're working with.

    Nov 14, 2021 13:56
  • Review by KaneM7, 8 out of 10
    Great Unlocked Phone at a fair price

    Where do I start? I guess let go with this is my first PIXEL. I do come from another ANDROID platform. So the transition wasn't bad. Just had to adjust to a few navigational changes. And the race was on!!

    You can go grab all the specs yourself. I have the PRO model. As for size, it is a big phone. I have pretty big hands and can't really one hand this without shuffling up and down. Although the swipe navigation provides some advantages.

    Otherwise, it has your typical build profile. The cameras do stick out and could be exposed to scratches if you don't utilize a case of some sort.

    This is both my personal and work phone - so lots of apps. Constantly running in the background. I get a full day's usage from the battery and that is under a heavy workload. If I stay off social media, I would say the battery would last a good 2 days on standby. As for charging, I use my 20W and it charges quickly till the last 30% and it then trickles. I typically charge to 100% overnight so I don't utilize quick charges often. This phone is supposed to operate up to 30W but no wall block is included in the box.

    This is a Google phone, so it's all about search. In the app sub menu, this works great for finding apps. I do wish I could group apps like on the home screen. But the search function goes beyond just the apps and searches for contacts/Settings/Tips/etc

    This phone has a front glass fingerprint scanner. I have read reports of this being slow. And maybe it is compared to my other phone. But honestly, it hasn't been a factor. I do LOVE how they illuminate the scanner area. I sometimes miss the mark with my paw and have to adjust! Overall, works well, and I've mapped both thumbs for easy access. I had some trouble with my tempered glass protector but found that was the tempered glass and not the scanner.

    The display was good - this particular supports up to 120Hz refresh, defaulting to 90Hz. This isn't really a factor for me except for reading work emails and documents. I don't really watch any media on my phone. But I did a test and it looks clean, crisp, and smooth motion. I did find the screen to lean to a dimmer option(maybe to save battery) but you can easily increase this with the pull-down system menu.

    So something new to this phone that I wasn't aware of was "calling assistance" options. This was a great time saver. The ability to see business wait times for call-in support. This can help level out the support queue and provide a better experience. In my testing, this worked for 800 but not an 855 number to my phone carrier! But the best feature here is the annotation of the automated phone selection menu. It transcribes this and puts it on your screen!! How many times did you forget what option #2 was and had to listen to them all over again! Simple but effective!

    A feature built into the phone is translate. This function works with both messaging and Pictures/Video!! It can detect the original language and translate it to your preferred output. I didn't really use a lot with messaging but we do use it a lot at the grocery store!! My kids are into anime and currently anything Japanese, so we had a good time deciphering the text on the snacks we bought! No more guessing what we are eating! Hahaha

    A neat feature you may have noticed using Google Mail is the notification of upcoming calendar events. This information is now displayed on the home page to keep you informed of the events. This can range from weather/alerts/flights/calendar events/etc. This feature pulls my work calendar and prompts me for upcoming calls I need to join! I no longer have to jump into the mail to see when my next meeting is! Great feature!

    Let's talk about the camera - the large protruding feature on the back! So it works like most every other Android phone camera. I do like that the onscreen adjustments color temperature, brightness, and exposure are there for an immediate adjustment. You don't need to snap, edit, save as anymore. Make those on the fly!!!

    Get Photobombed! No problem!! Magic eraser works so well and you simply circle the undesired object in the picture and it does the rest. This worked so well it was MAGIC!!

    Overall, really been enjoying the device. Not a major adjustment from my previous one. Really like the contour and the new features. The price is cheaper than my previous one and the device has all the bells and whistles. GREAT BUY!!

    Nov 10, 2021 07:55
  • Review by Sophia, 10 out of 10
    So many features!

    The Google Pixel 6 Pro has a myriad of features that I explored for a week. I think this phone is outstanding and close to perfect. It’s fun to use and I’m looking forward to continuing learning about Google features that can enhance my day-to-day smartphone experience. There are so many features that I didn't even get to cover it all in this lengthy review. I’ve always been an Android user and I’ve just upgraded from a Galaxy S9 which I had for over 3 years.

    GOOGLE TENSOR PROCESSOR

    The new Google Tensor custom-built processor lends to a powerful performance and I can attest to that. I’ve experienced no issues navigating between apps or having multiple apps open at one time. From a user standpoint I can confirm that what makes Pixel 6 the flagship line is the processor and the camera.

    CAMERA

    I have been super excited to try out the camera because I’m new to Pixel phones and the camera is their claim to fame. I am a camera enthusiast and take many photos. I’ve heard so much about the Pixel camera so I was eager to see if it lives up to the hype. So far, it does. I feel like phone cameras are getting closer and closer to DSLR quality.

    - MAGIC ERASER

    The first thing that caught my attention was the Magic Eraser tool. Very cool to use and when it works, it’s wonderful to have that editing feature handy! I like that it will occasionally make erasing suggestions. The tool itself can be hit and miss though, depending on what you’re trying to erase. If there’s a [mostly] solid color around your editing selection, it will perform fine. But if you’re selecting a piece that’s by something with a lot of variance (like a fence) or a selection on top of an edge between contrasting surfaces, the Magic Eraser has trouble making a true content-aware fill and will sometimes make jagged fills, hard edge/corners around the edited selection. I’ll attach some photos that show this. The Magic Eraser does not replace PhotoShop’s healing brush or stamp tool but it’ll work in a pinch, especially if you can forgive any mistakes. It’s a really cool feature that can be a little finicky at times but overall I’ve already taken advantage of the Magic Eraser with positive results.

    - ZOOM FOR STILL AND VIDEOS

    The zoom on the CAMERA is quite impressive as the shots look clear at 20x. Outdoor natural lighting made the quality pop but I was impressed at how much (or how little) grain was in the photos zoomed into the maximum 20x. 1x zoom on VIDEO looks crisp; it’s when you get to 4x or max 7x that you start noticing decreased video quality, though it still renders an acceptable video.

    - NIGHT SIGHT

    Night Sight is good and captures vivid colors, but as with any low-lighting situation, the camera must remain still for a few seconds. This mode is best used with poses and doesn’t lend well to movement.

    - PORTRAIT MODE

    Portrait Mode can offer great photos in the right conditions. I suggest posing to avoid gaps (i.e. between arms) as sometimes the blur effect doesn’t notice them and will leave the background in the gaps in focus. I’ve already taken some beautiful photos of my dog that I can’t wait to print. I tried Portrait mode on myself and it has a little trouble handling my frizzy hair which is a little disappointing. Understandable though because the background blur is simulated, whereas a DSLR will capture true depth of field. I took some with a hat on and it worked much better for me because it was able to better decipher the outline of my head. The Photos app also allows editing of the background blurriness in Portrait Mode which I absolutely love to tinker with.

    - PHOTO COLOR QUALITY

    The colors in the photos are very saturated and make for colorful and vivid images. I would like a little less saturation but that’s a personal preference. Using Photos with the Pixel 6 Pro is a treat because there are so many editing tools available to tweak settings like saturation, contrast, brightness, etc. as well as adding sky enhancing filters, general filters, and much more.

    - GENERAL VIDEO & VIDEO STABILIZATION

    The video is generally good quality. The Pixel 6 Pro has a “Get photos from this video” feature that suggests frames to be exported as a single shot in view mode. As for the Stabilization features, unfortunately I was only able to test this out in my backyard. I didn’t get a good sense of the difference in quality between Standard and Active. They both had a distinct blur during rapid movements, but I was capturing my dog running at close to moderate distances. I’m hoping I can take more advantage of this feature in the future in other conditions.

    - EDITING & MORE

    There are so many editing features to work with! The camera itself has many modes to shoot with and I haven’t actually been able to get into everything, but I did take advantage of the main shooting modes and editing tools and I’m very happy so far. There were a couple of instances where the phone took a long time to process an image that I edited a lot. It hasn’t happened but once or twice; I’m not too worried about it.

    BATTERY LIFE

    The battery life has been great, though new phones tend to do well in the early months of ownership. As expected, video streaming will eat up more battery than social/other apps.

    - WORK DAY DIARY

    My day starts at 6am. I’ve been running YouTube on the phone periodically throughout the day. It’s 3:45pm and I’m at 45% battery. I just plugged it in, and it shows it will take 1hr 45min till Fully Charged. I charged it until it got to 50% then unplugged it to move about. It’s 7:30pm now and battery life is at 42% (about 12 hr 43 min left). Not bad! Next day update: I left it off the charger all night, it’s now 9am and the battery is at 26%.

    - EVENT DAY DIARY

    I unplugged the phone around 7:30am with 100% battery. I went to an outdoor festival and used the camera frequently throughout the day. I didn’t use many other apps, maybe a messaging app or social media check once but mainly used the camera. Back home at 5:15pm the battery is at 50%. I continued to use my phone throughout the evening, going through photos and editing. The phone hit 12% around midnight when I was finally ready to charge it for the night.

    - OVERALL

    Safe to say, I’m very impressed with the battery life as it lasted all day with constant use. Charging time is on the normal side, not super quick or slow. The Pixel 6 Pro does not come with a charging cable/box but since my last phone has a USB-C connection, I already have chargers ready to go.

    SETUP

    I’m glad I started up the Pixel 6 Pro in the middle of a free day because it takes a couple of hours to fully set up. I was able to activate cell service with my old T-Mobile SIM card and used the included USB-C to USB-C cable to transfer data from my S9. The startup made the phone very hot to the touch, but that seems like a one-time issue so far. After setup was complete, I took some more time to start learning the navigation/UI.

    USER INTERFACE

    The Pixel 6 Pro offers a “Pixel Tips” section (found in Settings) that really helped me get used to the interface. As I mentioned, I owned a Galaxy S9 for about 3 years so I’d been used to that navigation and the gestures became muscle memory. After a week with the Pixel 6 Pro, I’m already getting acclimated to the gestures, and I am so grateful for the Tips section that has little tutorials on how to “go back”, navigate from app to app, or how to take full advantage of the camera settings and tools. The entire front of the phone is a screen meaning there are no physical buttons, so the tutorials are essential to learn a UI I’ve never used before.

    FINGERPRINT SCANNER

    I installed a film screen protector and have had no excessive issues with the fingerprint scanner. My issue with the scanner is the light that emits from under my finger. It’s really bright in low-light situations which is the norm for me. I hope there is an update that either lowers the brightness or at least allows users to adjust it in the settings. As for the scanner quality, I have found no outstanding issue. It reads reasonably quickly for me.

    GOOGLE ASSISTANT

    In the past week, I’ve been able to utilize Google Assistant for a few things like Routine (found in Alarms), Call Screening, Wait Times, Hold for Me, and more, making for a well rounded smartphone experience. It’s these extra features that makes me think “I didn’t know what I was missing”.

    OVERALL THOUGHTS

    The Google Pixel 6 Pro is a great phone. Highly recommend it! I’m happy to have this phone for years to come.

    Nov 08, 2021 11:39
  • Review by Freddy, 10 out of 10
    One of the top contenders this year

    Google pixel 6 pro, is an impressive phone . You get so many features at a reasonable price. All my other things that I have backed up on my other Android phone, were transferred over although being a different brand. You can even transfer your iphone files and other data/ settings to the pixel with the included dongle . Connect the iphone to the pixel and it will begin the transfer. Super easy to setup follow the directions given and you get a nice tutorial when you first start using the phone that helps explain in detail and shows you video clips on how it's done . I appreciate all that Google did to make my experience a favorable one. I definitely love that they (Google) send out updates pretty fast. The fingerprint scanner is much faster now after the update . The camera is amazing plus the advertised features like magic tool that help erase things in your photos that you don't want and it looks like it was done professionally. Super easy to do. The live translation is pretty good as well having signs or notes written in another language translated on the go and works fast . You have live captions while you’re talking on the phone it’s a hit or miss depends on the accent or the way certain words are pronounced but it’s very helpful especially for those who have trouble hearing . The sound is good from the 2 bottom speakers it's loud . Phone calls were clear and the signal was better than expected. I barely get signal in the basement, with this phone I at least get 4g LTE. Battery life is nice with this phone I still have over 50% after 8 hours and using it to text and browse the web and see a video or 2 . unplugged my phone at 6am it's now 5pm I'm at 56%. The night time charge mode is nice while you’re asleep it will slowly charge it and have it at 100% when I wake up. You don't get a charger plug with the phone but I used other ones I had and it works fine. The phone is a dual simm card slot. No SD card slot . I also use bedtime mode which reminds me that I should be in bed and I play some relaxing ocean waves to help me sleep and drown out any outside noise. Trust me living in the city you get tons of outside and bothersome noise so this feature is one of my favorites. I can adjust how long the sound will play and it will turn off . I use my Samsung gear watch and it works 99% for my notifications I'm still working on getting my alarm to work properly on the watch . Bluetooth was good I had no issues . I do save some passwords on Google and were saved and installed when I started installing my streaming apps later on after my phone was setup , it was like I had the Google pixel from the beginning of the year so even if during the beginning of using your phone you forget to install an app this will still help you once you install those other apps . Wifi settings were already setup as well like the ones in my friends house and relatives . Banking app , and other frequent apps I used were mostly setup once installed I did forget to mention this in the beginning of this review . I have the adaptive battery mode on, helps extend battery lif. Now if you want the phone to run at 100% you can turn this off . So far very little issues with my notifications. It is definitely worth taking a look at this phone there is no retina scanner but the thumbprint is fine . Watching movies is nice automatically goes from 60hz to 120hz . The colors are good . You can always change the colors to what you like. Definitely take a look in settings and search for PIXEL TIPS, if the tips widget goes away. This is where you learn how to use all the phones features . Which is pretty good if you forget how to do something you can always go back there and learn it again. All the buttons are on the right side and they have this feature to screen shot by double tapping the back of the phone which I love cuz now I can keep using just one hand. So if you’re looking for a good affordable and dependable phone with tons of features don’t hesitate to give the Google pixel 6 pro a chance.

    Nov 21, 2021 16:44
  • Review by NinjaTard, 8 out of 10
    Great Hardware, Awesome Camera, No Storage Options

    I bought my last "flagship" phone about two years ago, so it was time for a new one, which is why I jumped as soon as an opportunity to test the Pixel 6 Pro from Google came up. I'd never owned a Pixel phone before, so I wasn't sure what to expect other than unlimited Google Photos cloud backup (which was awesome since I was just about full after having the same Google account for almost 15 years).

    My Pixel 6 Pro arrived just before Halloween offering me the chance to try out the upgrades to the light filter allowing for night photos. On my old phone which boasted a top-of-the-line camera pre-Covid would take pictures at night or in low lighting that appeared to be dipped in sand, grainy and had colored specks all over them. With the Pixel 6 Pro that is not an issue, much to my surprise and excitement! The pictures come out vibrant and clear, only showing some blurring if you zoom in close. It boasts a 50MP rear camera and the daytime pictures are incredible, not that I'm a great photographer. One of the Pixel 6 line's selling points was its suite of editing tools which would adjust skin tones, deblur automatically, and a Magic Eraser to remove photobombers or unexpected background subjects. Deblur works to varying degrees, I used my kids as test subjects and while some of the pictures are still blurry there were a handful that auto corrected and look great. Magic Eraser....hoo boy, this is a neat idea but for me it just doesn't work. Its listed as being best used outdoors, unfortunately being in the Pacific Northwest now isn't a great time to hit the beach or park. It’s also not available in every photo, but I found a shot of my grandson which had a child sneaking up behind him and my son-in-law in the background. Not a great or textbook example but it had the Eraser icon, so I gave it a shot....and it blurred both figures replacing them with colors or patterns from nearby objects.

    Other features of the phone are a security mode that detects car crashes and alerts a series of emergency contacts you set up. There's also a mode that lets you tell your emergency list what you’re doing and if you don't check in after a set time it will alert them something is wrong (for example if you were walking home from work at night through the bad part of town...neat but I won't use it I don't think). Material You is what they're calling a feature that, when you turn it on, kind of color matches your Google icons and clock to match the wallpaper. I had my lock screen set to green slime from my favorite 80s movie and it changed the clock to a matching but different shade of green. This also worked with other images to change icons a blue/gray for predominantly blue/gray images, pinks to match reds, etc. It’s neat! Direct My Call transcribed menu options and let me tap to navigate, Hold For Me lets you put the phone down and Pixel will hold the line until it’s your turn then ring so you pick up only when someone is ready to talk with you (none of my toll-free numbers I tried had a hold that let me try this unfortunately).

    Hardware wise the phone is just beautiful! The iconic camera band across the back didn't take me anytime to get used to at all and the slight raise also allowed me to have reference for holding the slick smooth glass body (beautiful as it may be, case will be encouraged to avoid shattering this slippery phone!). The 120hz refresh makes everything so smooth and the colors pop on the 6.7 OLED screen with just the slightest curve on the edges. There is no headphone jack, so beware anyone still hardwiring for their music. Since it also doesn't have a memory slot you will be stuck with the space you have on the internal storage, so choose wisely. This is probably also a great place to confirm and inform anyone who isn't aware: Pixel 6 Pro is the first Pixel to NOT give you unlimited Google Photo backup, a huge disappointment given how great this camera will make photos look. Really this is the biggest downside to the Pixel 6 line, and I would love to have them reverse this later. Yes, you can upgrade your Google Drive storage for a fee but personally I have enough subscriptions each month I don't want to add another.

    So bottom line this is a solid phone with an awesome set of hardware and some neat Google features packing an incredible camera and a beautiful unique look! If you just need a phone this is one of the more affordable "top line" phones out there now and worth a look. If you're a longtime Google user or simply a serial downloader then the lack of unlimited photo storage and no expansion slot for more memory is going to be a reason not to buy. Head to Best Buy and play with one of these phones, give it a test drive and see if its right for you. I think I'm going to love it.... I just gotta take the time to clear out a few gigs of Google photos/files first.

    Nov 09, 2021 17:30
  • Review by BillnMish, 10 out of 10
    Google's benchmark; the new standard

    Things I want to get out of the way immediately and will expand upon later on;

    - Yes, the finger print sensor is a little troublesome at first. You can improve it *very easily*. Chances are it is the save file for your finger, not the tech/sensor itself.

    - Yes, the Pro flavor is *massive* relative to previous Pixel offerings.

    - It may be massive, but it feels premium relative to those same aforementioned devices.

    - Camera ridge on the back, while awkward/weird at first, *will* become a non-issue once accustomed to it. Or you put a case on it.

    Straight out of the box you will certainly notice this is not your usual Google Pixel phone (aside from the fact you don't get a charger, only a type-c to type-c cable and a USB to type-c adapter). It's huge and it feels premium. As in, actually premium, not just your brain reminding you how you've heard and read for months leading up to this moment about how the device you are currently holding is supposed to be the flagship Google offering. This time it finally feels like that namesake is justified. There is a heft, a fit and finish, and an overall look to the 6 pro that screams "I'm not like other (Google) phones..."

    Side note; awesome job on Google's behalf for not including a single piece of plastic in the packaging for this device. I'm sure they do a lot of other things (bad) that more than make up for it, but at least it's a start and a practice I hope to see other products (regardless of manufacturer) follow.

    As stated above I am coming over to the 6 Pro from a Pixel 5. Before that I used a 3 XL while my daughter currently uses a 4a. The Nexus 6P was my first Google-branded/marketed phone in the summer of 2015 and tested the Google Fi (Project Fi at that time) network before it all went public in early 2016. We have been on Fi with all of our devices ever since. I mention all of this because my devices all have given me little to no fuss whatsoever during the setup process, but seen as how I am on Fi and only ever used a Google phone on Fi, I can not speak for how well/smooth this process can/will be if you are on Verizon/T-Mobile/Sprint etc etc etc

    The interface itself is beautiful and extremely intuitive. Some of the features trickled into my daily routine in the last couple of updates (11 and 12) which I had done on my Pixel 5, so I will also point out that swipe gestures and a few other things were already part of my muscle memory by time the 6 Pro landed on my doorstep. Defaut fonts and layouts are less edgy, with a more rounded-corners and a flow aesthetic that is much more on the softer side of things, something my eyes didn't know they were longing for. And that's just the aesthetics of the Google/Android software, which itself is (and always has been, imo) amazing. There's no bloatware, no unnecessary items, and anything you want to remove *can* be uninstalled or not even installed in the first place.

    Speaking of rounded; the screen itself trails/rounds off on the sides. Leading up to my own review I noticed many others not caring for this "feature". Knowing that the gesture/swipe controls on my Pixel 5 (non-rounded sides) were kind of infringed upon (especially with the case on, which elevate the sides even more for protection) when attempting to do them, I'm thankful for the smooth transition my finger is able to make (even with a case on) when telling the device I want to close something or go back. It's less jarring and my fingertip welcomes it. No, you don't have to start all the way off to the side to initiate the swipe in order for the movement to be recognized, but more often than not I do and it (the feeling on my finger) is something on the 5 I noted before ever having the 6 Pro in my hand.

    Sticking with the screen you get 4K and 120hz refresh capability. While not all apps/games are supporting 120hz, more and more are making the necessary improvements/changes to do so. The screen real estate itself is massive, with very little bezel or unused screen percentage tied up with notches or cutouts. Nearly the entire front is active, usable screen and it's beautiful. It's huge but not annoyingly so. The picture is beautiful and sound is a drastic improvement over the 5, with speakers on each end that provide plenty of oomph when needed. As it is part of the screen, I will quickly go into the finger print sensor.

    On previous offerings this sensor was on the back of the phone and worked quite well, if I do say so myself. Having it on the screen I was a little, not concerned, but maybe just a little worried about how well it would work in relation to the in-body design from older generations. After doing one finger and then another other (you can add additional fingers like in years past via the security settings menu) I noticed a little bit of a lag (or an outright refusal to unlock) with the #1 finger. I left it be and would either give it multiple tries or use my pin to unlock. A couple days went by doing this before I noticed that when I picked up the phone with my other hand and unlocked the screen (thus using my #2 finger) that the screen would unlock on the first attempt every. single. time. With that in mind I went back into the settings, deleted finger #1, and re-established it by doing the touch-release touch-release all over again. 30 seconds later and no more problems. I simply hadn't adjusted my finger enough and had a finicky save for my finger print. So it was user-error, not the tech itself. A few days later and the phone still unlocks with either finger first time every time.

    Onto the body which, as I quickly noted above, feels premium. Very very premium. I have the Stormy Black colorway and the backside of the phone at the very top above the camera/sensor (the "eyebrow" for lack of a better term) is a slightly lighter color than the body. At first I didn't even notice it, then I thought it was a mistake that I was rather found of, only to discover it was intentional and supposed to be that way all along. The camera/sensors do stick out quite a bit and will take some getting used to as far as feel in your hand and when setting the phone down. But, having said that, I really liked this design layout within 24 hours of using the phone as my daily driver. My index finger naturally hits right at the base of the "pod" which allows the phone to sit/balance perfectly. Once my case (a Moment photography case, which I've used on all my phones) arrived the size of the jut is much less pronounced, but still present enough so that you can continue to use your finger(s) if you want.

    Battery life, thanks to a whopping ~5000mAh capacity, has been a non-issue after a week of solid use. I kept the 6 Pro off a charger for an entire day putting it through my usual routine and by time I got back home (~11 hours later) it was sitting at 32%. This included two 30 minute Waze sessions along with YouTube Music going on at the same time, podcast listening for 5 hours, a dozen photographs, random/intermittent IG and texting, as well as a little bit of time killing via games. Most days I will cycle the battery down to at least single digits before putting it on a charger, so I knew after an entire day of typical use that the battery was going to be a non-issue with the 6 Pro. I'm sure throwing a bunch of movies at it on a flight or something more video-heavy back to back to back to back would certainly drain it quicker, but that isn't what I usually do on a daily basis, so I can't comment on it. Other reviewers have noted poor battery life, but that isn't something I've noticed given my usage habits.

    Considering the weather and quickness with which I need to get this review posted I only had a single weekend to go out and get photos. I did add some older photos to mess with the Magic Erasure Tool, which is absolutely awesome. Yes, other apps/software have something comparable, but the auto-mode for it does a great job with the click of a button. The fact you can also manually go in and do it to either support the auto-mode or take on yourself with no help is very welcome. Reviews are limited to 6 photos, so I can't show everything, but I loaded an older Pixel 5 photo and did auto-mode for the Magic Erasure. In 5 seconds the photo was cleaned up and ready to share. In years past I would have to share it to any number of apps, either pay for a subscription to utilize a similar feature, or manually go in and painstakingly select the areas to remove. 5. seconds. FIVE. And it was done. That right there is nearly worth the price of the phone itself if you take a lot of photos. Sometimes I don't want to get rid of EVERYTHING in the background, sometimes a photo just needs a little less clutter going on, and this is where the manual mode comes in handy.

    All in all, this sets a new standard for Google as far as them slapping the "flagship" moniker on something. For the money this is such a bang for the buck compared to the $1500+ alternatives out there from other brands (coming with an MSRP of $899 for the 128GB flavor). If you are on the fence and looking to go with a premium offering, you really can't go wrong with the 6 Pro or the 6 for that matter. The 6, while not having the materials for the body/chassis nor the same camera setup, offers just about everything else the Pro model does only with a much smaller body, something a lot of people prefer.

    Nov 08, 2021 13:21
  • Review by Jayko23, 8 out of 10
    Best Pixel to date with a few compromises .

    I am the type of person who switches phones a few times a year cause I’m always on the search of the perfect phone for my needs. Coming from the Pixel 4 XL , I can say this phone is far superior in a lot of things and I will mention them below :

    Pixel 6 pro vs Pixel 4XL

    Pros:

    RAM (12gb vs 6gb)

    Storage starts at (128gb vs 64gb)

    Better and bigger display (6.71” vs 6.3” )

    Higher refresh rate (120hz vs 90hz)

    Bigger battery (5,003 mah vs 3,700 mah)

    Now there are a few things that prevent me from giving it 5 stars.

    Cons:

    Fingerprint sensor is slow compared to other phones

    Curved display prevents you from installing a decent tempered glass screen protector

    No face id (why google ? ) Pixel 4xl had this and cheaper phone have this . (Hopefully they will add it with a software update)

    Gets hot ( I have noticed this phone gets very hot when charging and sometimes during normal use)

    Doesn’t come with a charger. (Really google?)

    No gesture swipe feature (pixel 4xl have this)

    I honestly feel that if google would have kept some of the features from the pixel 4xl like the face id and the gestures , leaving the fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone instead of underneath the display and having a flat display instead of the curved waterfall display, I would definitely would have considered this phone the best android phone you could buy but the fact they missed out on these feature , I can say that there are some other alternatives that feel more premium for the money you pay for this . I would still recommend this phone to anyone who wants to be in the Android ecosystem but have some of the support like people who own apple devices cause this phone will continue getting updates just like the iphone does.

    If you are on the apple ecosystem already , it would be hard for me to recommend this phone for you but if you are an android user who wants the pure android experience with a few compromises , then yes this is the phone for you . If you don’t want to spend $900 on this phone , you can always get the pixel 6 for $599.00 or get the pixel 4 xl which goes around for $350 on ebay and amazon.

    Oct 30, 2021 14:05
  • Review by kaizen61, 10 out of 10
    Lives up to hype and then some!

    It’s hard to start any review of the Pixel 6 Pro without superlatives. Best cameras ever. Best version of Android ever. Best price for a flagship phone, ever. And while all of that IS true, one of the best things about the Pixel is that is truly the best Google phone experience ever. Because for the first time, Google has developed both the hardware and the operating system to work in concert with each other. That finally puts the Pixel line in the realm of Apple’s iPhone instead of just a “work for hire” hardware piece – and it shows.

    The onboarding experience was well thought out on Android 12, much better than previous versions and Google branded phones. My Google Fi eSIM activation was flawless and each step of onboarding is explained clearly with options to get more info. The included transfer cable brought over my apps and data and marked apps that needed to be updated or downloaded, so phone was ‘ready to go’ in minutes. Even my home screen layout with all my favorite widgets in place and working.

    Android 12/Material You gives rebirth to the original slogan of Android; “Be together, not the same.” It’s all about making the user experience more personal while enhancing privacy. While it is a fine line to tread the Pixel6Pro and Android 12 shows that it CAN be done.

    Centering the UI customizations around wallpaper was a stroke of genius on Google’s part. You look at this picture all day, so you obviously see yourself in it in some way. Material You bases its color palette on this throughout the UI. If it’s a personal picture, you may be the only person in the world with that photo – meaning you may also be the only person with that particular color palette. I do wish they would allow you to pick an accent color that ISN’T distinctly extracted from the image, but I can forgive that small omission.

    The thing about the Material You widgets though is that I think many folks are either going to love them or hate them. While I don’t actively dislike them, I do think that that they use way too much whitespace which limits your screen real estate (even on a display this large) so I find that I’ve gone back to using my third-party widgets. Hopefully this is something that Google will address in future software updates.

    The phone itself is sleek and distinctive. The camera ‘brow’ is a great new take on the “lens bulge” common on newer phones and ensures that if you put the phone on a flat surface, it isn’t wobbling around and it gives something to anchor your fingers against while holding it. It just feels better in my hands than my previous phones. The display is magnificent and sharp and the variable refresh on the Pro makes transitions and switching through screens smooth as silk when you need it but then steps down to save battery when you don’t.

    The Google developed Tensor chip makes this – and many other magic things – possible. This is a bigger deal than many people realize; having the ability to tune the software to the chip and vice versa makes it not only a brilliant phone, but a preview of what may be possible with the chip added to other Google devices. I wouldn’t be surprised to see the Tensor show up in a future line of Google Home display speakers; in fact, this may be a primary reason that Google has been rolling out the Fuchsia OS to current devices.

    What it allows for with the cameras is nothing short of magic though. Things I’d previous have to do in post processing with Photoshop, like content aware erasing and slow exposure photography are now done simply, in camera and in the moment. I’ve been a photo buff for decades and the cameras in the Pixel 6 Pro take better photos than my DSLR or even my current digital camera. I can see this phone becoming my primary camera which is important because there are many times I wished I had my cameras with me and having cameras of this quality in my phone means I’ll be less likely to miss a great shot. I even purchased a selfie stick/tripod with a remote so that I’ll be able to take advantage of the Pixel’s low light and astrophotography settings. Great artistic photography is less about capturing the reality of a scene (that’s photojournalism) and more about a depiction of a feeling, a memory. The range and flexibility of photography (and videography) that the Pixel 6 Pro affords will allow me to be more creative – and most importantly, whenever the mood strikes, or the opportunity presents itself.

    As awesome as the hardware is, the software here competes to be the star of the show. Little things like the Calling Assistant make life so much better by taking advantage of Google’s reach and breadth. I had to call Ring yesterday to change one of my plans over to a new camera I’d purchased from Best Buy and before I even pressed call, above my dial pad was a chart showing the peak times for Ring’s customer service along with an estimated wait time if I called now. And once I put the call through, I was able to have the Calling Assistant take over, showing me the menu options and even stay on hold for me, signaling me when a CS rep picked up. As someone who spends a lot of time in call queues with vendors, this is amazingly helpful.

    The Tensor chip also makes live transcription and translations not only more effective than ever before, but it is almost magical. I have Taiwanese neighbors who were glad to help me test this out and they were amazed that not only were the translations accurate, but they also made sense grammatically. It’s incredible to watch; I accidentally activated a live transcription session while I was watching TV and marveled at how the Pixel was following along, at speed and incredibly accurate. This would be a neat little tool to use at meetings or college lectures!

    However, the Tensor chip’s most important features may be the ones that the average user won’t see or even think about much – privacy and security. While I won’t get into a boring discussion of chip architecture here, suffice to say that security and privacy have been built into the chip as much as into the OS. Things like the live transcribe feature I just mentioned are all done ON THE CHIP, without the data ever going to the cloud via an open source ‘sandbox’ called the Private Compute Core. This and other processor sections like the Tensor Security Core help make the Pixel 6 platform one of the most secure phones on the market at the time of this review.

    You can see some of this privacy forward thinking at the user level though via Android 12’s new Privacy Dashboard that allows you more control than any previous version of Android. Here you can adjust all those settings both on the phone and in your Google account. Things like on-device anti-phishing protection locally scan potentially malicious phone calls, SMS text messages, emails - even links sent through partner apps like WhatsApp, Instagram DMs, and Facebook Messenger Light – and will warn you if something seems off. You can be notified via icons on the screen when an app is accessing your camera or phone and easily turn them off if need be. Some of these features will make it to other phones that get upgraded to Android 12, but none of them will work as well as the Pixel 6/6 Pro with the Tensor chip.

    To say that this is a revolutionary phone may sound superlative, but it really isn’t. This phone is truly worthy of being called Google’s “flagship” and everyone else is going to have to play catch up now. I couldn’t recommend it more highly and at the price, it is the phone to beat.

    Nov 09, 2021 10:08
  • 8.8score
    Motorola One 5G Ace 2021 (Unlocked) 128GB Memory - Frosted Silver
    Description

    motorola one 5G ace is here which could only mean one thing. Superfast 5G speed for all. Download movies in seconds. Get over two days of battery life. View everything in true-to-life color on the 6.7" Full HD+ Max Vision display. And capture sharper low-light photos with the 48 MP camera system. The future is fast, and it’s here today with motorola one 5G ace. Android 10.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    9 Features
  • Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 750G 5G: Download your favorite movies in seconds. Stream intensive online games without any lag. And feel like you’re right there in the room during video chats. Compared to 4G, 5G delivers more bandwidth, lower latency, and reduced lag time, so you’ll never miss a thing
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 48 MP triple camera system with AI: The sensor gives you sharper, brighter photos using Quad Pixel technology. You’ll never miss a moment thanks to laser autofocus. No matter what the conditions, the f/1.7 aperture lets in more light, while large 1.6μm quad pixels deliver 4x low light sensitivity.
  • 6.7" Full HD+ Max Vision display: Watch movies come to life in vivid, true-to-life colors with improved brightness and contrast. Feel like you’re right there in the room on video chats. And view your favorite games with brighter details, so you can fuel that epic win.
  • 6 GB RAM + 128 GB Storage Memory: Keep multiple apps open at once and move effortlessly between them with 6 GB of LPDDR4 RAM. Plus, with 128 GB of storage on the phone, there’s plenty of room for songs, videos, and movies—and you can add up to 1TB with a microSD card.
  • Over 2 days of battery life: No one likes running out of juice. Work and play to your heart’s content without worrying about recharging. The 5000 mAh battery keeps you going strong for more than 48 hours, so you can go all weekend long on a single charge.
  • Enhanced Gaming: In addition to lightning-fast 5G data speeds, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 5G processor delivers faster CPU and faster GPU performance than the previous generation. Stream desktop-quality games smoothly on the go. Watch vivid, lifelike graphics render in an instant.
  • Advanced water protection: Water repellent. Worry proof. Never let spills or splashes get in your way. Whether you’re going for a run or taking a call in the rain, a water-repellent design keeps your phone protected inside and out.
  • Android 10: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Echodotexperience, 10 out of 10
    Great phone, Great value @ 5G

    I had this phone for a week and has been excellent, fast, reliable, no bloated apps, 5G in 90% of the places I have been, regular updates, battery life, enough memory and expandable memory, Qualcomm chip, I love Moto's phone, been with them since early, to the smartphones now, X4, to the G Powers, compared to over $1K phones, for what I do, txt, apps, phone calls, is worth it, I only play games, movies, etc. once in a while, when I have too. But this phone is great for me for I do 90% of the time. I know is not the same Moto it was before, since is owned by Lenovo, but still heading to the right direction.

    Jan 24, 2021 08:57
  • Review by Pslaks, 10 out of 10
    Review

    I brought this phone for my wife, is so good to used , everything is good pictures, make a video

    Mar 05, 2021 17:59
  • Review by Middleagedreviewer, 10 out of 10
    Its awesome...Ignore the snobby experts!

    I went to bed last night with 70% battery left!!!

    Its not a thousand dollar phone and should not be judged as such so ignore the snobby experts who compare it to something much more unaffordable.

    Im upgrading from a S7 edge that I have owned for 3 years. Its snappy fast in comparison, has a great screen, and battery life is so amazing. Most people just want a reliable phone where they dont have to bother about being attached to the charger like this one. The snobby experts suggest buying the more expensive Big Tech Google Pixel which doesnt have as good as a battery and no SD card. No thank you. I love this and I am ordering another phone for my wife. And if you live in Oklahoma City... Mint mobile is crazy cheap without a contract and provides great 5G! 60mpbs down and 50mbps up. Thats Mint mobile using the T mobile towers by the way.

    Jan 27, 2021 19:27
  • Review by RayL, 10 out of 10
    Unlocked is Way To Go.

    One of the best ways to beat the high cost of monthly cell phone cost, is to buy a unlocked phone. You can find good phones for well under 500 dollars. Then just take your phone to a high quality prepaid carrier and pay 40 dollars a month, with no hidden fees.

    I upgraded from a Samsung S6 that I paid 700 dollars for in 2016, but just 40 dollars a month for service, After phone outlay, my monthly mobile cost stay low. The Motorola 5g Ace is a bargain at 399. So kick those cell phone blues to the curb, and buy yourself a unlocked phone at Best Buy.

    Aug 20, 2021 16:35
  • Review by MJCAPE, 8 out of 10
    A business phone..for the ages under $400 bucks.

    Ok, Pros..Large Bright Screen, Super Fast Snappy Processor, suitable for 5 spreadsheets open at once and your stock tickers in trade mode with both Teams and Outlook running in the background as fast and as good as any phone that costs a grand. Battery lasts for 2 days avg use and 3 on standby...maybe the best 5000 mili Amp skam. diagram for power consumption I have seen. 128 on board, 5g, aux jack and micro SD slot...Please Phone snobs should have their heads examined. You can game Call of Duty with no lag or Freeze for 12hrs or more on one charge.

    Cons Only Ok Camera, Poor Macro, No Zoom. plastic body, no Gorilla Glass, ships with Android 10. Mono Speaker.

    For $279 bucks this is the best mid range 5g phone you can buy. It doesn't need Super AMOLD or 90k refresh rates..and neither do you. This LCD delivers a hi res crisp ppi that is bright enough for most situations. The speaker is mono but loud enough to fill your board room. Also no phone can deliver true stereo because in order to do that the channels need to be further apart than any phone can place the speakers, Look it up. Try it..Add a quality case, a set of ear buds or head phones and you just saved $600 over the cost of that Galaxy.

    Jun 08, 2021 23:47
  • Review by Chris, 10 out of 10
    Moto One 5g Ace Review

    Excellent phone. Battery lasts all day with heavy use. Nice large display. Great amount of internal storage. Camera produces nice pics. Have not tried night vision. I would recommend.

    Jan 30, 2021 19:23
  • Review by audionutMN, 10 out of 10
    Nice phone-works with Verizon post troubleshooting

    I upgraded from and unlocked G7 to the unlocked Moto One 5g Ace. This phone has exceeded my expectations;

    1) The screen is great - extremely sharp resolution

    2) Very snappy and smooth - no hiccups

    3) Cameras are fine, at least multiple times better than the G7

    4} Battery life is pretty good, though time will tell.

    Now for Verizon - As many complained, text messaging did not work initially so I went to a Verizon store. The rep talked to a Verizon engineer who fixed the issue, but that fix disabled phone calls. Another call to the Verizon engineer fixed that as well.

    This is a Verizon issue, not a phone issue, so if you purchase an unlocked phone and experience these problems, go to your local Verizon store for a fix before returning the phone.

    Best Buy requires a $45 restocking fee which is a bad deal. However I needed the phone right away so I took the chance. Next time, I would order directly from Motorola.

    In summary, at the $349 sale price this is a good phone. I'm very happy with my purchase.

    Aug 03, 2021 10:17
  • Review by Tidge, 10 out of 10
    Replaced my Moto G5 plus (a workhorse)

    I wanted lots of memory (RAM, storage, expandability), long battery life, a headphone jack. I also have an expectation to be able to get these at a reasonable price. The Moto One 5G Ace met all of these expectations.

    The cameras are not a concern for me. Call quality is very good. Aside from communication services, I primarily use my device for multimedia and connectivity for that purpose. Audio is primary, with video-casting secondary. I rarely watch video on the device, but picture quality is fine.

    I use USB-On-the-Go for additional (media) storage, so having a USB-C port (primarily used for charging) is also key.

    I would have preferred a smaller package, even with slightly reduced battery capacity. I have never been a fan of the ever-growing size of "cell phones", this is at the maximum size for my pockets.

    I am quite satisfied with my purchase.

    Oct 27, 2021 14:19
  • 8.6score
    Motorola - Moto G Power 2021 (Unlocked) 64GB Memory - Flash Gray
    Description

    With a massive 5000mAh battery, this phone can easily last you up to 3 days. That combined with a powerful 48MP triple camera system and a big 6.6" screen truly makes this phone a trusted essential.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    9 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 octa-core proccessor: With the AI capabilities of a speedy Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 octa-core processor, you experience smoother games and videos with even more vivid graphics. It also gives you 4 GB of RAM, so you can keep multiple apps open and move effortlessly between them.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 48.0 MP triple camera system: Get stunning results in even the most challenging lighting with a 48.0 MP triple camera system. Take sharper, brighter pictures in low-light settings thanks to Quad Pixel technology. Capture incredible close-up details with the Macro Vision camera.
  • 6.6" Max Vision HD+ display: Bring shows, movies, games, and video chats to life on an ultra-wide screen. The 6.6" Max Vision HD+ display features a large screen-to-body proportion, so you can see more, play more, and enjoy more.
  • 4GB RAM + 64GB Storage Memory: Never worry about running out of space for your pictures. Google Photos gives you unlimited high-quality photo storage. Plus, with 64 GB of storage on the phone, there’s plenty of room room ofor songs, videos, and more.
  • Up to three-day battery: Go the whole weekend and then some without stopping to recharge. With a massive 5000 mAh battery, you get up to three days of battery life. Stream video for 20 hours. Browse your favorite websites for 17 hours. And catch up with friends on social media for 19 hours.
  • Water-repellent design: Never let spills or splashes get in your way. Whether you’re going for a run or taking a call in the rain, a water-repellent design3 keeps your phone protected from accidents and the elements.
  • My UX: With My UX, your phone works the way you want. Control it with simple gestures, customize your entertainment settings, and create a look that’s one in a million. The new My UX. It’s all you.
  • Android 10: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by DRLOVE, 10 out of 10
    DRLOVE

    BEST CELL PHONE I EVER HAD EXCELLENT PHONE I LOVE THIS PHONE

    Jan 22, 2021 18:01
  • Review by Kiki, 10 out of 10
    Unlocked

    I bought this to use with an international line. It’s been great so far. I love it

    Oct 21, 2021 18:35
  • Review by Mark, 10 out of 10
    excellent buy.

    I have not owned a high end smart phone in several years so the reader must take that into consideration.

    First, this phone is better in every way than a high end phone of ten years ago.

    Second, the battery life is outstanding.

    Third, the voice quality is very good.

    Fourth, the screen is clear and large.

    Fifth, coverage through TMobile is excellent.

    Sixth, settings are easily manipulated.

    OTOH:

    I use the camera as an afterthought. My adult daughter uses her high end Apple phone's camera quite seriously. It is obvious that her camera and her technique are much better than mine. But I have no technique. My wife, using this phone, gets better photos than I. I am attaching a photo of the Austin skyline taken yesterday from south Austin.

    Conclusion - this was a great buy for me, and would be for most people.

    May 15, 2021 07:47
  • Review by AverageJoe, 10 out of 10
    Moto Power Great Job

    Only used this phone for a few weeks and so far it does exactly what I purchased it for "POWER". The battery last a little longer than my flagship Hauwei Mate 9 and Samsung Note 9 phones. I was skeptic about the size of the phone so to having a larger battery, but trust me it not bad at all especially with a phone case cover. The Camera is decent and the phone runs rather smooth. I purchased this phone to replace my daughter's galaxy S6 and the only complaint she have is that the screen is bigger than her small galaxy S6. I recommend this phone to a parent looking to get a phone for a kid or a person who travels a lot and don't want to spend a ton. You will be very pleased.

    Apr 30, 2021 18:36
  • Review by Lilricemuncher09, 10 out of 10
    Great phone and value!!

    This is a solid phone and takes pretty good pictures. I got a Spigen tough armor case on and love it! The battery life here is also amazing. I was looking at this phone vs Blu and One Plus. Glad I went this direction and it's an easy recommendation for anyone looking for an android phone in this price range.

    Aug 03, 2021 16:59
  • Review by Matt, 10 out of 10
    Powerhouse, with superb battery life

    I was looking to replace my previous flagship device earlier in the year and ended up getting a good deal on a Motorola Ace 5G (2021) and this was my first experience with Motorola since I had a bright pink Moto Razr V3i back in the day. I was so taken by how well built the phone was, and how stable it was that I decided to buy my wife a G-Stylus (2021) and she felt the same way about hers. Given both positive experiences, I decided to give my parents back home overseas an upgrade for their aging devices and so I bought two of these G-Powers (2021).

    I did the basic setup before shipping the devices, and they set up their customizations and preferences. My mom is in her 50's and my dad in his 60's, they both had no trouble whatsoever getting their devices the way they liked them. They both reported to me they much prefer their newer devices over their old ones, and both had stand out features.

    For my mom, she works 6 days a week. She is a carer both residential, and also hired out by different care homes across the county. As such, she'll often do 24 hour work days with sleep in on site, so battery life is imperative. This device definitely performs, and leaves her old flagship device standing wondering what happened.

    For my dad, his favourite part of the phone is the screen. It's bright, vibrant and large. It's built to a great quality. He also enjoys how fast the device is.

    I bought these devices unlocked without activation, both activated and worked correctly with UK cell provider (3UK) on 5G.

    Apr 14, 2021 09:26
  • Review by JKPfreestyle, 10 out of 10
    Moto g 9th generation is top of the line.

    I got it while it was on sale. Always a plus. I'm enjoying the bigger screen. Overall Motorola has been very good to me. The only drawback is that there is no screensaver that goes over the top. I have to wipe off my ears sweat. Small price to pay. A plus plus on the camera.

    Jul 09, 2021 16:06
  • Review by DIYTech, 8 out of 10
    A simple phone with great battery life.

    This is the second unlocked Moto G phone purchased in 2021.

    The first was the Moto G stylus 5G. If compared to Stylus 5G, this phone is a lot lesser phone. It doesn't feel like they are in the same family. I had hoped it would be similar to Stylus 5G in capability, minus super large internal memory, smaller screen, 5G, Android 11, and a stylus. There is much more differences.

    But with that said, the phone was purchased for a person who does not need a great phone but great battery life. That this phone does very well. Almost all the stars are for the battery life. The biggest disappointment was the camera. It is a pretty simple offering especially compared to the Stylus 5G.

    The other big plus is Moto gestures are really convenient.

    Finally, if you need an unlocked phone this fits quite well. But begs the question are the lesser cost Moto G a better value if they still canget 3 day battery life over the Moto G Power

    Oct 15, 2021 18:00
  • 8.6score
    Motorola - Moto G Stylus (2021) 128GB Memory (Unlocked) - Aurora Black
    Description

    With a 48MP Quad camera system, you can capture from the smallest details to grand canyon wide images. View them on the stunning 6.8” FHD+ Max Vision display and an 89% screen-to-body ratio. You don’t have to worry about battery life with a 4000mAh battery that can last up to three days.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    8 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 678: With a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 678 octa-core processor and 4 GB of RAM, moto g stylus packs all the performance you need. Browse, watch, work, and game in an instant.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 48MP Quad Camera System: The 48.0 MP quad camera system with both ultra-wide angle and macro cameras is perfect for every moment. The 8.0MP ultra-wide angle lens lets you zoom out to fit 4x more in the frame. The Macro Vision camera can capture incredible detail and get 5x closer to your subject.
  • 6.8" Full HD+ Display: Give yourself more room to express your creativity using the stylus. And give your photos, movies, games, and video chats the massive screen they deserve. The 6.8" Max Vision FHD+ display stretches from edge to edge.
  • 128 GB of storage: 4GB of memory and 128GB of storage keep your device running smoothly with plenty of storage. You can even expand storage up to 512GB with the microSD card slot.
  • Built-in stylus: The stylus is so much more than a great notetaker. It’s perfect for highlighting, copying and pasting text, or any editing task that requires remarkable precision. It works with a growing number of apps, and your favorites appear the moment you pop out the stylus.
  • Up to 3 days of battery: The moto g stylus gives you a 4000 mAh battery, designed to last up to 2 days on a single charge. Stream music for 120 hours, or browse the web for 12 hours. Plus get 20 days of standby time, so now you have battery life when you need it most.
  • Android 10: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
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  • Review by Minanoke, 10 out of 10
    nice

    Take my review with a grain of salt. I had to upgrade my decade old htc One. I tell you what, that phone was a complete trooper. It had been dropped on pavements, on bricks, in puddles of water and today it chugs on. It dies at a 70% charge and heats up often and so i knew it was best to part ways. This device is awesome. I only use it to call and text and when my tablet is charging, i will use it for Rumble or YT. Also, i did not charge this phone until it was at 16% and that took 3 days. I hope it lasts me a decade!

    I also purchased the sahara case. It feels super durable. With this case, the phone is well protected.

    Sep 03, 2021 18:20
  • Review by Monching, 8 out of 10
    Motorola G stylus 2021

    Good cellphone for the good price. The camera nice snd clear and easy to use

    Mar 06, 2021 11:01
  • Review by Gifty, 2 out of 10
    Ms

    Disappointed! Brand new unopened phone got delivered about an hour ago and stylus is already stuck! Won't go in, won't come out. I am with a 90year old client. Can't leave her to do an exchange in store. I call best buy, and the line is so bad and calls keep dropping. Am just frustrated!

    May 17, 2021 18:47
  • Review by Azizb, 2 out of 10
    Owner

    Very bad phone a lot of commercials

    Bad camera screen sensitivity very low.

    Sep 06, 2021 14:06
  • Review by Spring, 10 out of 10
    Most satisfied customer, Me!

    The best low budget phone I ever purchased. Replaces my Stylo 4 just on time, LG stop making cell phones. Phew! I was about to purchase a Stylo 6. The reason purchased the Moto G stylus 2021? The camera is insane, the photos are like professional quality.

    Apr 23, 2021 16:45
  • Review by RockStar, 10 out of 10
    Moto G Stylus

    The Best Buy associate that assisted me with finding a new phone was very amicable and helpful with picking out the right phone for me. I appreciate it very much and love my new Moto G Stylus!!!!

    P.S. - The phone takes really nice pictures and the photo I added was the first pic I took of our two furry fluff balls. LoL

    Mar 19, 2021 21:13
  • Review by greybirds2, 10 out of 10
    No need to pay top dollar for "flagship" phone

    I bought this to replace my wife's old Moto Force 2 Droid, which she loved for its excellent reception and didn't want to give up, but it had issues and had become totally unreliable. Since she hates change and is not exactly the most tech-savvy person in the neighborhood I figured sticking with Moto would give more consistency in the user interface.

    I wanted something at a reasonable price with a decent camera, longest possible battery life, good phone/Internet reception in remote areas, not too much larger than the Force 2, and hopefully a processor that would keep things moving along at a decent clip. Even staying within the Moto lineup there is a bewildering array of choices that meet or come close to providing all these.

    While she will probably never use the stylus, the G7 Stylus came closest to checking off all the boxes. Sure, there are phones with better specs out there but for a non-power user who needs reliable reception and decent camera, this phone was perfect. Since 5G is so slow in rolling out I stuck with the 4G version so I expect battery life will be excellent, at least for the first year or so.

    She had to go out of town the day after the purchase and was sure she would not be able to do anything other than text if she was lucky. She called the next day and was excited to report she didn't have any problems figuring out any of the functions. She says the camera is wonderful - she says the colors just "pop." She's had it over a week now and can read her Kindle books all day with a lot less glare than her old phone, take tons of photos, text, IM and talk on the phone for hours and at day's end she still has at least 58% battery. With 128GB she shouldn't even need an SD card...at least for now.

    I can't really comment on quality yet as I only had a few hours during set-up to check it out. Voice quality sounds good and the phone seemed sturdy but only time will tell. So only 4 stars for now on that but quite likely it will turn out to be higher, especially given the price. Since its a fairly new model it was a pain finding a screen protector and case to fit on such short notice but that should change soon.

    I could have easily spent hundreds more for "specs" and features that many of us don't understand, appreciate or use and not have gotten such a delighted response. She LOVES her G7 Stylus - happy wife, happy life.

    Jun 26, 2021 10:07
  • Review by Steve, 10 out of 10
    A great phone salesman.

    I came in to Best Buy on 1/14/21. I dealt with a salesman named Nicholas Pando. He took his time with me going over the features of various phones. He found one for me that was comparable to my old phone. I needed to think about it overnight. I went back in on Friday morning 1/15/21 and bought the phone. He then proceeded to transfer my data from the old phone to the new one. He was patient and took his time with me, í would urge others to deal with him. His kindness was great.

    Jan 22, 2021 15:19
  • 8.6score
    Samsung - Galaxy Z Flip3 5G 128GB (Unlocked) - Phantom Black
    Description

    A foldable display and informative cover screen put the old school flip phone to shame. With Flex Mode functionality, you can take hands-free selfies, group pics and videos with the sound of your voice . With our strongest aluminum frame ever and an IPX8 water-resistant rating, Galaxy Z Flip3 5G is engineered to play as hard as you do and always ready for your big moves.

    11 Features
  • Flex Mode: Enjoy the freedom to capture from any angle with Flex Mode. Unfold your screen to your best angle for hands-free pics and video calls. Choose what you want to capture, set it down, stand back and shoot your best shot.
  • Hands-free Pics / Videos: Hold your Galaxy Z Flip3 5G any way you like —or not at all. Flip to Flex Mode for hands-free pics, video calls and group selfies without the need for an outdated selfie stick.
  • Intuitive Camera: Capture the best of every day with an intuitive camera that takes super-sharp, steady photos and videos. And snap your best selfies hands-free. Now you never have to hold a pose too long for a great shot.
  • Compact Design: Show off your style game without the tradeoffs. With a compact design that unfolds, you don’t have to compromise screen size for your favorite outfit
  • Array of Colors: Whether you’re into sophisticated neutrals or vibrant tones, you’ll turn heads with every take. Complete your look with statement-making color choices of Phantom Black, Lavender, Green or Cream.
  • Fast Charging: Galaxy Z Flip3 5G charges fast so that all of your moments last. There's a right time for downtime and a low-battery signal, isn't it.
  • Informative Cover Screen: Control your phone, even when it's folded shut. Galaxy Z Flip3 5G notifies you on the external cover screen, so you can view notifications and check the weather.
  • Multi-Active Window: All of your favorite things, twofold. Launch two apps simultaneously, so you can take selfies while browsing Gallery, watch movies while texting friends and shop multiple stores at once for your go-to products, on the go.
  • Hyper-Fast Speed: You’re always up to speed, you deserve a phone that can keep up. With 5G¹ and our fastest Galaxy processor, you don’t have to suffer through another buffer to get on with your big plans.
  • Premium Craftsmanship: Live your best life with Galaxy Z Flip3 5G. Featuring premium craftsmanship and water resistance, it’s engineered to endure your busiest days and wildest nights.
  • Z Premier: Unfold a new world of benefits with exclusive Z Premier perks.
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  • Review by SeaboundAvian, 6 out of 10
    Battery Life is the only thing holding this back

    I have been intrigued with foldable devices since the ZTE Axon M hit the market way back in 2016. I have since used essentially every foldable to hit the market since. Each has always felt like a niche product and had plenty of issues preventing me from recommending it to a normal consumer. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 represents a shift from this, being a foldable with few flaws that I can finally recommend to certain people. Not everyone, however, due to one big flaw.

    ---Display---

    The display on this foldable looks simply beautiful. The screen quality matches that of the Galaxy S21 series. Everything looks beautiful, and even better, smoother too thanks to the 120 Hz display. That's right, this phone has a high refresh display. The inside screen folds smoothly without issue, and once unfolded, the crease is rarely visable, except for sometimes when it is under direct sunlight. You can still feel the crease when you run your finger over it, but with normal usage, you will rarely run your finger over it, and when you do it only a very small dip that you forget about eventually.

    The cover display got a huge, useful upgrade this generation. You can view notifications from the cover screen, along with a few widgets and even Samsung Pay. You can also set custom wallpapers and animated clock faces that look very nice on the display.

    I believe that this is as good as foldable displays can be until we find a way to eliminate the crease.

    ---Performance---

    This phone comes with a Snapdragon 888, one of the most powerful chipsets on the market at the moment. It doesn't let you down. Roaming my town playing Ingress and Pokemon Go, there was zero lag and everything was super smooth on the 120 Hz display. The 5G connectivity worked great, neither game left me waiting and everything was instant. Most impressively, even gaming in 100F weather, the phone only got lukewarm at most, even in the processor intense city gameplay of these two games. Outside of gaming, everything works great too. Split screen Internet and YouTube ran without a hitch, the screen crease diving the two apps. Pulling up Google Slides and Canvas split screen worked great. One performance thing I have noticed is that the phone does stutter on the home screen from time to time, however. I believe this can be fixed with an easy update however.

    ---Battery Life---

    This is the one MAJOR issue I have with the phone. The battery simply does not last. At most doing basic tasks like acting as a calculator on the side in class, I have gotten at most 3.5 hours of screen on time from this. When watching videos or browsing the internet, around 3 hours. Gaming? Maybe 2 hours at most. Even on light use days I have to charge this device at least one time midday. With heavier use, I might have to charge twice a day. Even if I turn off the high refresh display and use 60Hz mode, that adds a half hour of screen time at most. I get that the folding mechanic severely limits the space for a big battery, but multiple charges a day is a serious issues I still can't let slide on a phone I need every day. This is an issue across all the flip phone foldables, and is what is holding these phones back in my opinion. Once we get around this issue, these phones will truly be ready for mass adoption.

    Overall, if you are near chargers a lot or simply need the folding flip phone now, this is by far the best option. However, you may want to look elsewhere if you need a phone that will last at least the work day.

    Oct 04, 2021 01:00
  • Review by Juliusxx, 8 out of 10
    The future is folded

    Wow, the Galaxy Z Flip3 is finally the foldable technology ready for the masses! I've sat on the sideline for a few years eagerly anticipating a proper foldable phone and I'm happy to report that it's here. Build quality is brilliant, the display is vibrant, and the functionality is quite nice. If you're an Android fan or if you're already in the Samsung ecosystem, this upgrade is an absolute no-brainer. However, if you're an iOS user, like me for the past few years, the transition is tough. I used Android from 2008-2018, switched to iOS, and got deep into the Apple ecosystem. Adding the Galaxy Flip3 into my tech routine was too jarring. Samsung's software, despite all of its improvements over the years, is still too slow and jittery for me. There's always a debate over Android vs. iOS, but in my opinion, iOS is just a lot more seamless and sleek compared to Samsung's UI. A foldable Samsung phone with Pixel software? Winning combination. Anyways, as I mentioned, if you're upgrading from an older Samsung or Android device, this is perfect. If you're going from iOS to Samsung, this is hard to recommend.

    Sep 01, 2021 07:42
  • Review by sammyboo21, 8 out of 10
    Ive had this for a couple of months now

    I had a flip phone for years so I was excited for this phone. Personally I love it but it does have its flaws. First of all. The camera is HORRIBLE. Its like a camera from an old flip phone. Another big flaw is the battery. Its so bad. Theres certain things you can do to make the battery last longer but for the most part youll have to be charging your phone throughout the day. Another flaw is if you charge it and it gets too hot It will stop charging and slowly but surely start draining your battery. So why am I giving this a positive score? because this is such a unique and cool phone. Its like a party trick. People are always fascinated with it and since ive had a flip phone before I am used to the things most people might need to gets used to. I love th different things and widgets this phone can do. Look if youre willing to have a unique phone and want to try something different than get it but if youre not feeling adventurous I would just find something else.

    Nov 01, 2021 09:15
  • Review by dmatt, 10 out of 10
    Great phone

    Bought this phone for my wife. She is not very tech savvy but hasn't had any problems. The only thing that is a little awkward is trying to take a screenshot. With the case on, it's quite cumbersome to press the buttons without it also adjusting the volume.

    Overall a great phone, but wish they'd devise a better way to take a screenshot.

    Sep 24, 2021 16:43
  • Review by Agall, 10 out of 10
    Smaller than 2 Unihertz Atoms side by side

    Small phones best phones

    If you took two Unihertz Atoms (for us nerds who bought and used that phone) its about 90% shorter in length and about 1.8x the width.

    If you're like me and are not a power user for your phone so you prefer a smaller package that you don't have to carry about but also want the side of an s21 ultra screen when you do, they finally made a folder worth buying.

    Aug 27, 2021 21:27
  • Review by Swaz, 10 out of 10
    Good phone

    Its way better than the previous flip, but it have the same problem with the battery that it doesnt last long, and it drains so quick.

    Aug 28, 2021 02:51
  • Review by Blender, 8 out of 10
    Great phone. Bad battery life

    Phone is amazing. I love the flip feature and the feel of the phone. Only issue is the battery life and the rate at which it charges. 15w fast charge compared with other samsung 25w fast charge. Hopefully theyll improve it on the next one.

    Oct 09, 2021 17:14
  • Review by Trevor, 10 out of 10
    Excellent and Amazing Phone!!!

    Excellent Phone, love that is foldable and fits in my pocket!, got a excellent deal trading in my Samsung Galaxy S21 White Smartphone!, Recommend this to anyone wanting a compact phone that will fit in your pocket!

    Oct 25, 2021 14:42
  • 8.6score
    Samsung - Galaxy A52 5G 128GB (Unlocked) - Black
    Description

    We've outfitted Galaxy A52 5G for Verizon with some of our most awesome Galaxy innovations so you can stream, capture and experience all the action at a price you'll love.

    7 Features
  • Game, stream and binge on: Watch your favorite shows, work on your game score and keep your playlist blasting with Galaxy A52 5G's long lasting battery. When you do need a power boost, Super Fast Charging¹ will have you back up in no time.
  • Works fast so you can play hard: Powerful performance and speed meet lightning fast 5G. ² The result: unlimited possibilities.
  • Storage that grows with your music collection: Photos, music, podcasts, episodes. Take your stuff with you wherever you go thanks to Galaxy A52 5G’s expandable memory. You get 128GB of built in storage, plus room to store up to 1TB more when you add a MicroSD card. ³
  • Capture the beauty in all the action: Galaxy A52 5G gives you some of our best camera features at the best price. Shoot high res portraits in 64MP, go wide to capture beautiful landscapes, shoot super steady video with OIS, or make yourself the star with a 32MP front facing camera.
  • Edge to edge cinematic magic: See your videos, games, photos and content come to life on Galaxy A52 5G’s dazzling edge to edge Infinity O Full HD+ display ⁴
  • Tell water to bite the dust (5): The first A Series device to be water and dust resistant ⁵ , Galaxy A52 5G was made to handle all of life’s (mis)adventures.
  • Matte finish, modern design: Good design always looks expensive, even when it's not. Galaxy A52 5G puts high end style within reach thanks to a modern matte finish and a super sleek design.
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  • Review by emptystreets130, 8 out of 10
    Samsung has done it this time!

    I have been eyeballing this phone for a while now. 1) It's 5G 2) It's unlocked 3) it's under an excellent midrange phone with flagship feature.

    I haven't had a Samsung phone since the Galaxy S3. Yes, it's been that long and there was nothing that could replace that phone.

    Pixel 4a 5G vs Samsung Galaxy A52 5G. Both great phones both have almost the same internal hardware but the A52 has a slightly larger screen, a fast refresh rate, a microsd slot, an IP rating and a bigger battery.

    The downside so far is the camera. The A52 can't beat Google advance trickery. MP is not everything. Images on the A52 is softer and colors a bit on the cooler side. But I don't shoot with my phone. That's where my DSLR comes in. When paired with a glass screen protector, the in-glass finger printer reader is useless. It fails to read correctly every time. Even after setting it back up in the settings.

    The phone has a nice weight to it. The plastic back is a finger print magnet and at times can feel a bit slippery.

    Performance wise, it's good but not blazing fast like the SD888 or any prior SD chip.

    6GB of ram is great for multitasking and the phone is able to put unused apps to sleep. I haven't notice any slow downs or stuttering.

    128GB is plenty of storage for me. I usually backup my photos, if any, to google photos.

    5G performance depends on your carrier. I have MintMobile as my carrier which uses the T-Mobile network. Outside speed test, I'm getting anywhere between 300-600Mbps down and about 40-60Mbps up. Indoor performance took a hit where I'm getting between 200-500Mbps. Your mileage will vary from building to building and if 5G is reliable in your area.

    You can disable 5G if your area does not have any. It'll save on battery life as well. I think one reviewer said there is not a way to turn off 5G. There is. The other reviewer probably didn't know the LTE is 4G LTE.

    Colors are accurate under normal mode, not vivid mode.

    The 120Hz screen is smooth but it does drain the battery. You can switch it to 60Hz.

    Battery life is great coming from a Pixel 3 owner. Under normally usage, I can go a whole day without charging.

    I have to get use to the Samsung UI3.1 interface. It's ok but it's not like the stock android experience that the Pixel phone has.

    Overall, a great midrange phone. Just hard to find during the chip storage. When I saw this in stock, I immediately placed an order at my local Best Buy. It's one of the better midrange phone out there.

    Aug 02, 2021 14:35
  • Review by JohnInAZ, 8 out of 10
    Not the S21 but what is?

    Good middle of the road Samsung. If you want the latest and greatest WITHOUT all the unnecessary cameras and BEST screen rez, this is it.

    I use it for work. I don't need the best camera not the best video quality. I need water and dust proof. I need the memory and power to run all the apps everyone seems to want me to use. That's the A52.

    Cons: The screen scratches VERY easily. Get a screen protector. The A51 will work. Order from Amazon if BB isn't in stock.

    May 12, 2021 14:43
  • Review by PoppinPinelli, 10 out of 10
    Very similar to Pixel 4a 5G. Small SD card problem

    I was thinking about knocking off a star because it would say to restart because the Micro SD card was removed when it wasn't. Even just sitting on a table it would say that. Most forums said it happened after the April update. My Micro SD card is fine and when the error comes up and check my pictures they are there. I'm using a 3 year old Samsung 256GB EVO Micro SD card from my old phone. Will probably upgrade to 512GB soon now that google put limits on photo uploads. I still use Amazon Prime to upload photos since they are still unlimited if you have a Prime account/subscription. So my pictures will reside on the SD card and Amazon Photos. Amazon limits you on videos though.

    For T-Mobile's 5G I got 275Mbps down, 100Mbps in my house. Outside of the house I get 347Mbps down and 137Mbps up using the speedtest.net app in LA.

    Battery life is really good compared to my old phone that had a SnapDragon 845.

    I started setting it up with WIndows 10 "your phone" app. It allows you to manage notifications, messages, photos, and calls from Windwos 10 if the PC and phone are on the same local network (phone has to be on wifi, not cell data). It's a great way to copy and paste text messages and manage/copy photos from the phone to my computer. Then I noticed I could mirror the screen (interact with my phone from my computer) and use my phone's apps in Windows 10. Some apps like some games won't work but I'd say 90% of them do. I tried to do the same with my wife's Pixel 4a but it wasn't there. I found out that it's only for the majority of Samsung phones and it's called link to Windows. You can do the screen mirroring with 3rd party software with other android/iOS phones but this built in feature is very fast and seamless and high resolution.

    This phone is very similar to a Pixel 4a 5G. The Pixel 4a 5G has a very small advantage in pictures but not by much. This A52 5G has better macro photos. The Pixel 4a 5G has a much brighter screen if you use your phone a lot in direct sunlight. I found the screen to be very good but I'm not in the sun very much. I went from a 1440p screen to a 1080p screen and it's noticeable but I got used to it.

    The speed of running apps and games are very similar to my Snapdragon 845 phone but with longer battery life. If you don't play a lot of 3D games then the processor is more than enough.

    Stereo speakers sound clearer. It won't replace my land line or work handset speakerphone just because they have larger speakers but it's good.

    Back to the camera it is very good. Similar to a Pixel 4a 5G but Samsung has their own camera app and it's better. There are fun snapchat filters and AR (augmented realty) you can use without using the snapchat app. Similar to using the snap camera app in Windows 10. Being able to change from close up to normal and widescreen are very seamless and handy. I didn't to videos yet but examples on youtube show the stabilization on the Pixel 4a is a lot better so if you like to take 4K video while walking you should get something else. there is digital stabilization but you can only do that in 1080p. Reminder, Google still gives Pixel owners unlimited photo uploads for now.

    The Samsung UI takes getting used to. I'm used the Android One or just plain Android 11. It has a few small things that are convenient that make it "smarter". There are a lot of small things so you'll have to look at a review on the Samsung UI.

    I thought the punch hole selfie camera would bother me but my mind ignores it as it is on the side and small. I only notice it when watching videos full screen but I often concentrate on the middle of the screen anyways.

    If you want unlimited photo/video storage, brighter screen, and slightly better camera performance get a Pixel 4a 5G. It's the same price. If you like the link to Windows feature, better day time photos, keeping your media on a micro SDXC card then get the Samsung. I think the Samsung A52 5G will offer slightly better battery life.

    Only things in the box are a 15w charger, 4ft USB A to C cable, and SIM card ejection tool and some small manuals. I think this comes with a 2 year Samsung warranty. Both phones have the same IP waterproof rating. Something you usually don't find in mid-range phones.

    Apr 29, 2021 15:00
  • Review by JAMES, 8 out of 10
    Worth the price.

    The camera on this phone is amazing. I don't like how it forces me to use "Messenger Home". I can't uninstall it, and it always runs in the background. (Which drains the battery) But it is worth the price i paid.

    Oct 23, 2021 17:38
  • Review by Sri123, 8 out of 10
    Product As Advertised

    I am not a big fan of smart phones and don't like spending a lot of money. This Phone is really good with most of the features we use daily. Camera is great and charges very fast. Battery life is long.

    Oct 25, 2021 14:52
  • Review by Demikey4u, 8 out of 10
    Nice Mid-range Phone

    I am really liking this phone. I was trying to decide on the Pixel 5a or this. This won me over for the better display and ability to add more storage

    Oct 22, 2021 14:19
  • Review by Shirbea, 10 out of 10
    Love My A52

    I looked at many other smartphones and providers, the A52 seemed the best to me. I'm very pleased and happy with my new phone. It's easy-to-use and eady to get help.

    Apr 23, 2021 17:26
  • Review by Abeam, 10 out of 10
    love this phone

    Love this phone had galaxy s6 and it was going kaput needed to get another so did research and liked this one bought 2 like new features and battery power last longer than my last phone.

    Jun 13, 2021 19:57
  • 8.6score
    Motorola - Moto G Power 2021 (Unlocked) 32GB Memory - Blue
    Description

    With a massive 5000mAh battery, this phone can easily last you up to 3 days. That combined with a powerful 48MP triple camera system and a big 6.6" screen truly makes this phone a trusted essential.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    8 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 octa-core processor: With the AI capabilities of a speedy Qualcomm Snapdragon 662, you experience smoother games and videos with even more vivid graphics. It also gives you 3 GB of RAM, so you can keep multiple apps open and move effortlessly between them.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 48.0 MP triple camera system: Get stunning results in even the most challenging lighting with a 48.0 MP triple camera system. Take sharper, brighter pictures in low-light settings thanks to Quad Pixel technology. Capture incredible close-up details with the Macro Vision camera.
  • 6.6" Max Vision HD+ display: Bring shows, movies, games, and video chats to life on an ultra-wide screen. The 6.6" Max Vision HD+ display features a large screen-to-body proportion, so you can see more, play more, and enjoy more.
  • 3GB RAM + 32GB Storage Memory: Never worry about running out of space for your pictures. Google Photos gives you unlimited high-quality photo storage. Plus, with 32 GB of storage on the phone, there’s plenty of room room ofor songs, videos, and more.
  • Water-repellent design: Never let spills or splashes get in your way. Whether you’re going for a run or taking a call in the rain, a water-repellent design3 keeps your phone protected from accidents and the elements.
  • My UX: With My UX, your phone works the way you want. Control it with simple gestures, customize your entertainment settings, and create a look that’s one in a million. The new My UX. It’s all you.
  • Android 10: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
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  • Review by MotoGpower, 2 out of 10
    Moto g power

    I am very disappointed with this product and I would like all my money back. I would be glad to share the details with the manufacturer. I hate writing bad reviews but I have multiple screenshots where this phone never has service. I can rarely make a phone call with this phone.....I'll be asking for a full refund.

    May 21, 2021 18:44
  • Review by Commonlife, 10 out of 10
    Love the MP...

    The phone is very sleek, I am enjoying all the features on this phone and finding all the extras like night vision camera oh yeah.

    Mar 19, 2021 18:58
  • Review by LongtimeMotoUser, 8 out of 10
    Fingerprint sensor not responsive

    My previous phone was also a Moto G7 Power, about two years old. This phone is a good replacement and just a bit larger than my older one. I have only one complaint with it, but since I use this feature multiple times a day it's important. The fingerprint sensor that I use to unlock the phone and use to " log in" to many apps is on the side of the phone and much narrower than the round sensor on the back of the old phone. The old sensor recognized my fingerprints nearly 100% of the time. This phone recognizes my print the first time about a third of the time. I have reset the fingerprint setting twice now in order to make it more responsive, but it still doesn't work that well. That is my only complaint. If you don't lock your phone use the fingerprint sensor to "log in" you will have no problem. If you do, go the for the model lower.

    Sep 18, 2021 20:09
  • Review by Deadjuice, 10 out of 10
    My most favorite phone yet.

    I only use phones for the basics.

    Texts/calls, emails, Youtube, music/podcasts.

    In this regard, it works fine.

    I loathe gaming on phones, besides the time killing card game/tower defense game.

    It seems to run older more demanding 3D games fine, but like I said, I'm not a good judge of gaming on phones.

    It's a bit tall, was very weird at first, never had a phone with this form factor. Also, it was hard to find a protective case.

    I don't like the edge detection stuff. It's very sensitive and annoying, almost always have trouble with it.

    The camera is nothing special.

    Not a photographer, just record things on occasion, maybe take a few pics.

    Pics are nice, video is meh.

    Why do I like this phone so much then?

    The battery life is the main winner:

    My goodness, you can almost go two full days with the thing.

    As long as you don't leave Youtube on at night [playing sleep music or audiobooks], you can safely go a day without charging it.

    For the price, I have been very happy with the battery life, compared to older budget phones.

    This was considered a spurge purchase to me, and I feel it was worth it.

    That's all I want, just keep going for me phone.

    At budget price, I've seen nothing like it.

    Web surfing is smooth enough, and the default 32GB storage is great, haven't had much storage issues, considering my usage.

    I'm just very happy with this phone, and this will be the standard to any other phone I own afterwords.

    Oct 27, 2021 13:07
  • Review by nick, 8 out of 10
    Not bad for a budget phone, but a downgrade

    I mean it's a cheap phone so I should say you get what you pay for but they could've done slightly better than this. Apparently the hardware was a bit of a downgrade from the 2020 edition. The battery life is amazing, but at times has struggled to run multiple apps i.e. Spotify running in the background while playing Pokemon Go. I had to get this phone as a holdover while waiting for the new ones to come out in the next few months. If you are on a tight budget then this phone is perfect but if your goal is a solid quality phone without breaking the bank, then I would go up to around the 400 dollar range.

    Sep 24, 2021 16:02
  • Review by FrankTheTank, 8 out of 10
    Amazing deal for the money

    It is a great phone for the price. The battery will last all day, and the screen is really good, of course not compared to today's flagships but you know you should be expecting that when you get a mid-range device. Camera is pretty good, could use a bit more digital image stabilization but once again that's something you get on flagships and not on mid-range so I will overall say this is a 4 out of 5 device and this is my second one I've purchased. Now for those that don't know Motorola is owned by Lenovo, after briefly being owned by Google so they learned some things and it seems like they're doing a great job.

    Nov 10, 2021 10:52
  • Review by Hasan, 10 out of 10
    A power pack with lower-mid value

    I am using it for over a month now. Very clean home screen; mostly default apps. Motorola usually does not put many of their own apps on these phones and makes them heavy.

    Decent camera quality. Don't get overwhelmed with a 48 MP rear camera and start comparing it with Samsung A32 or similar phones. But have general AI settings (Auto smile capture, Shot optimization, etc.) in it which makes the camera useful for amateurs. Also includes regular photo features for Motorola (portrait, night vision, cinematograph, live filter, etc.). But the 8 MP front camera is a little disappointing, although it has a group selfie option.

    The best feature is the battery. With heavy use on social media (capturing and uploading almost 100 pictures), watching 11.5-2 hour video and web browsing, it gave me about 40 hours of usage. Best value for the price.

    Sep 25, 2021 08:34
  • Review by Snee, 10 out of 10
    BEST BUDGET ANDROID PHONE

    This phone is easily the BEST budget android phone it has everything you need with nothing you don't need I always buy the g power phones and this one is the best yes

    -great qquality

    -amazing value

    -LONG battery life

    On that battery life I use my phone all day long sometimes constantly playing games , browsing the internt and social media , sending texts , and calling for long periods of time and this phones easily lasts 24 hours on a full charge usually more ,you could probably get 2-3 days if you used it as normal it is a very useful feature. Also all the usual camera fingerprint sensor and screen are very good , lacking tho is the speakers and I'm just talking about watching videos or movies and what not they could be a willed more powerful and maybe off another one for that full sterio experience , they actually calling speaker is great

    Jul 24, 2021 12:46
  • 8.6score
    Motorola - Moto G Play (2021) 32GB Memory (Unlocked) - Misty Blue
    Description

    Never settle for less. That’s why there’s moto g play. Watch games, movies, and video chats come to life on its massive ultra-wide display. Keep the fun going for up to three days with a massive 5000 mAh battery. Whether it’s the responsive performance, dual camera system or water-repellent design2, there’s more to love with moto g play.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    9 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 460: Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core 1.8 GHz processor and 3 GB of RAM, moto g play responds instantly to every touch, tap, and swipe. So you can keep up with your social feeds, video chats, and online games—all without missing a beat.
  • Universal unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 13 MP dual camera system: The ultra-fast focusing 13 MP camera makes sure you never miss a moment. Feeling creative? Play with depth of field by adding a beautiful blur (bokeh) effect to your portraits. Or swap out the background of an image and let the fun begin.
  • 6.5" Max Vision HD+ display: Games, movies, and video chats are way more fun on an ultra-wide screen. The 6.5" Max Vision HD+ display features a 20:9 aspect ratio with a large screen-to-body proportion, so your entertainment gets the massive view it deserves.
  • 3 GB RAM + 32 Storage Memory: Never worry about running out of space for your pictures. Google Photos gives you unlimited high-quality photo storage. Plus, with 32 GB of storage on the phone, there’s plenty of room room ofor songs, videos, and more.
  • Up to three-day battery: Go ahead and live your life without thinking about battery life. A massive 5000mAh battery gives you up to three days of battery life on a single charge. Watch videos for 19 hours. Browse the web for 16 hours.
  • Water-repellent design: Keep your phone safe from accidental spills and splashes.
  • My UX: Control your phone with simple gestures, customize your entertainment settings, and create a look that’s one in a million.
  • Android 10: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
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  • Review by Good, 10 out of 10
    Quality photo

    I really like this phone, the picture quality is excellent

    Jun 04, 2021 22:12
  • Review by MOTOGPlay, 4 out of 10
    MOTO G PLAY

    Not the beat phone. I purchased an unlocked Motorola g play and sym card but have to purchase another sym card because I had to change the phone number changed

    Feb 27, 2021 06:06
  • Review by Timmy, 10 out of 10
    Samsung with a Motorola name

    An excellent phone. It is well put together, and cheap for a 2021 phone. It has the feel of a galaxy. Big 6.5" screen and nice colors for the ones that watches videos and sports.

    Jan 16, 2021 23:06
  • Review by Jane, 10 out of 10
    Great cellphone!

    The first cellphone I purchased started experiencing difficulties, so I returned it. This one has been great so far. I love how you use the cellphone for 3 days without charging it. I usually purchase Apple products only but I am glad I purchased this cellphone. I purchased the cellphone due to the reviews. I am having difficulties finding a cover for the cellphone due to it being a new product. I will find one soon. Great cellphone. No disappointment here.

    Feb 13, 2021 05:32
  • Review by Zman, 10 out of 10
    Wonderful experience! Thank you

    This phone was a godsend because my other phone broke and I needed a replacement quickly. The assistant at the store was so kind and attentive. She made the process really easy and gave me peace of mind by describing the return policy and giving warranty options. I am definitely coming back to Best buy and would like to give a compliment to the assistant that helped me that day. Thank you so much!

    May 22, 2021 14:23
  • Review by POETTA90, 8 out of 10
    EASILY BROKEN

    I purchased this phone two months ago and it is okay overall i am a iphone person but i needed a device until my next payday and this device has definitely been a life saver. The memory is great i have 130 apps on it currently. I only rate 4 stars due to the durability. When i bought the phone it felt heavy and seemed really durable. But already my screen is cracked and now i a im starting to have glitching issues after only dropping it one time. Yes its my fault but the device was not high enough from the ground to now be totally shattered. im purchasing

    a new device ASAP especially when i had a screen protector on it as well!! overall reliable fast network unlocked and dual sim.

    Jun 25, 2021 18:33
  • Review by Lt8080, 10 out of 10
    Love my 2021- great bang for the buck!

    I really LOVE my 2021 motog7play

    It's fast, a little larger then the previous product but not to big I can't fit it I'm my pocket or use a phone stand. Becareful ordering an accessories or the case and screen cover because if you don't specify the 2021 version it won't be the right size cuz again it's different size it's a little bit larger.

    The only complaint that I would have is that anytime I try to move my thumb from right to left it goes back to the previous page that it was on so it's been very very hard to get used to that there's no back button

    Oct 10, 2021 01:36
  • Review by Hjenkins, 8 out of 10
    New is cool

    Getting used to a few new features from my other Motorola phone. The clerk almost laughed at how old it was. He encouraged me to accept the changes, but kept a few like the bottom buttons so I wouldn't be totally lost. Runs on. I had an additional memory card that helps functions. I love the fingerprint feature. I haven't been able to figure out how to adjust the camera zoom on the selfie mode. Will go back to the geek squad for assistance.

    Nov 06, 2021 00:40
  • 8.6score
    Samsung - Galaxy Z Fold3 5G 256GB (Unlocked) - Phantom Black
    Description

    Unfold a world of possibilities with Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G. You can do it all on this incredible device that’s so much more than a phone — it’s a compact yet powerful tablet that helps you master your busy life. Bring your workspace anywhere with a foldable, expansive screen that gives you multiple windows that make multitasking a breeze.

    10 Features
  • Expansive Screen: See more and do more with the ultimate foldable screen that puts a super slim tablet right in your pocket.
  • Under Display Camera: Take in an incredible uninterrupted view with a true edge-to-edge viewing experience thanks to our first-ever Under Display Camera.
  • Smooth 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED 2X Screen: Ultra-vibrant, ultra-clear and ultra-smooth —we’ve put an ultra-dynamic display on a super-expansive screen for a mesmerizing viewing experience.
  • Multitasking: Work smarter not harder with three multi-windows that allow you to schedule, edit and build presentations in a snap —or take notes with the S Pen.¹
  • Hyper-Fast Speed: Live life in the fast lane with built-in 5G connectivity and hyper-fast processing power.
  • Flex Mode: Do more of what you love at the same time with Galaxy Z Fold3 5G Flex Mode. Fold it at any angle, and hold it any way you like —or go hands-free and not hold it at all.
  • Super Smooth Display: Enjoy a mesmerizing viewing experience with this ultra-vibrant, ultra-clear and ultra smooth dynamic display on a super expansive screen.
  • Super Fast Charging: Galaxy Z Fold3 5G charges super fast² so you can stay on top of what matters.
  • Premium Craftsmanship: Because life happens, Galaxy Z Fold3 5G is water-resistant and made with our strongest aluminum frame for enhanced protection, making it as sturdy as it is sleek.
  • Z Premier: Unfold a new world of benefits with exclusive Z Premier perks.
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  • Review by emiaj, 10 out of 10
    Amazing phone!!!

    I’m really in love with this phone I’m enjoying so much the big screen on it and all the things that you can do with it !!!! Also this phone seems to be more durable !!!!

    Sep 13, 2021 22:57
  • Review by sweee, 10 out of 10
    A piece of the future

    8 short years ago in CES 2013, Samsung showed us what the future could look like with a video showcasing a conceptual folding phone. The video was cringe, but the future was appealing.

    A little more than 2 years ago, with the launch of the first Galaxy Fold, Samsung made the first step into the future. Baby steps.

    Today, I'm holding a piece of this future.

    The first Galaxy Fold wasn't exactly a success, multiple review units had their screens broken before it even shipped to the public, the whole fiasco colored me deeply skeptical towards foldables. But the novelty of a water resistant foldable is hard to ignore. One too many episodes of Mr. Mobile's videos later, here I am, holding my very first foldable.

    Let's start with the elephant in the... fold?

    The internal screen is, like any other flexible screen, soft. There's still a long list of cautions when you set up the phone for the first time, and thanks to the newfound compatibility with Samsung's S-pen digital styli*, now even longer.

    * Only the S-Pen Fold Edition and S-Pen Pro in fold mode are compatible, other styli may damage the screen.

    There's a screen protector on the internal screen, and you seem to be able to remove it - Samsung strongly advises against doing this. The protector feels like TPU, users of Skinomi or IQ Shield films will feel right at home, this sentiment is shared by your oily fingerprints. The crease is still there, easily discernable under strong light, your fingertips can feel it too. Also returning from last year is the bumper trim protecting the screen, this year's trim has a flat profile and has a more natural look.

    What did not return from last year, is the camera cut out. A 4MP camera is tucked underneath the flexible display, at the 3/4 point along the top edge. To improve optical qualities, the pixels are less dense above the camera. Don't believe what tech YouTube tells you, when the pixels are lit up, you can absolutely notice this patch of weirdness. Even worse, the pixels are large enough that you can even make out the R/G/B subpixels. Now I'm complaining about a flexible display on a waterproof phone, with a camera hidden below it! Anyways, this UDC does not have the same levels of image quality as other front facing cameras, and it is intended as a video call camera.

    I cannot go on without discussing the experience of actually using the main display, so I'm going to do it right now.

    The display is taller than it is wide, as a result, the height of the phone limits how large your videos can go. When watching 64:21 (commonly, and incorrectly, known as 21:9) movies, the experience is not significantly better than a large slate phone. In fact, in these cases my old LG (RIP) V60 has more effective screen size than the Fold 3. But when the video aspect ratio goes down to 16:9, the experience goes beyond what any pocket friendly slate phone can offer.

    Watching YouTube videos isn't the only thing this screen is good at. Opening spread sheets, reading documents, things that are only "doable" on a normal slate phone, the Fold 3 makes then enjoyable.

    As an added benefit, you can also open two apps side by side. But if that's why you are looking at this device, the Microsoft Surface Duo, or any of LG Mobile's old dual screen offerings might be a better choice. Those are significantly less costly, and you don't have to treat the screen with nearly the same levels of care.

    Before we fold the main screen shut, let's take another look at it, with the screen half folded. In this position, you can rest the phone on its external screen, stabilize a camera shot, use it for video call, some other uses I can't think of.

    With the phone folded, you are left with a narrow, thick, heavy and remarkably dense device. Feels like you can whack someone over the head with it. The chassis is trapezoid in shape, to give the main screen an acceptable bending radius and avoid crushing small foreign objects, like dirt, onto the panel. Even at its thickest point, the Fold 3 is thinner than an LG V60 with the second screen installed, which is quite impressive.

    Front and back panels are made of glass, proper hard glass just like any other phone. Gorilla Victus apparently. The back panel was frosted in a very satisfying manner, I mistook it for anodized Aluminum, before realizing that the Fold 3 can do wireless charging.

    The hinge is glossy. Considering the fact that most cases, including many of Samsung's own, don't cover the hinge, it's a bit of a bad move. Not only does it have a solid claim to the title of the most attractive new home for your fingerprints, it is also likely to scratch with long term use.

    Now, the external screen.

    With the device folded, the Fold 3 is a fully functioning modern smart phone. But fully functioning is the best descriptor this experience deserves. The screen has an aspect ratio of around 24.5/9. Remember that candy bar prototype Essential (that weird phone company) showed off two years ago? Imagine that, but twice as thick.

    While the elongated screen is useful for scrolling through messages and social media feeds, it is also very narrow, making it very hard to type on a 26-key keyboard. The external screen is not even as wide as the iPhone SE2's (in today's world) tiny 4.7inch screen. We spent an entire decade on QWERTY touch keyboard, going back to 10-key on a $1800 smartphone feels a little bit insulting.

    At least the external screen is protected by hard glass and Samsung doesn't care if you remove the factory screen protector on this one.

    There's a 10MP front facing camera on this side, circular cutout top middle.

    Both the external and internal screens have up to 120Hz adaptive refresh rate.

    Speaking of cameras, despite having a redesigned camera extrusion, the three camera sensors below it are the same as the last Fold, which in turn is inherited from the S10 series. This hardware doesn't stand out in today's market, and Samsung foldables are still a few steps away from no compromise. It's good enough, but you can get better results for less.

    One thing Samsung did not compromise on is charging. Wired charging is rated at 25W and wireless at 10W, in line with other Samsung flagships. Which you will need, because the 4400mAh total capacity is not only lower than the S21 Ultra, it's also a step down from the last Fold's 4500mAh. The decrease in thickness came at a cost.

    The only accessories included are a C to C cable and a SIM pin, the box is very minimalist.

    Samsung also offers a bunch of weird perks with the Z Fold3, called Z Premier. Ranging from Evernote subscription to a box of sweet treats. uh, ok?

    I guess that's the end of my review... did I miss something? The performance?

    Typical S888 I guess? Outperforms Apple A14 in MT, not as good in terms of graphics. A lot of less costly phones provide the same performance, nothing special.

    Sep 02, 2021 06:13
  • Review by YaWn, 8 out of 10
    Stop debating and get it.

    They finally did it!

    If you have the money and are interested then stop thinking about it and just get it. Samsung finally did it. Its hard to put in words but im still smiling using this device after 2 weeks. If you are a big kindle user then this will replace that. I find myself using the front screen the majority of the tike when im out in public or at work. But when I have more than 5 min to myself the tablet comes out and its pure mutimedia/multitasking heaven no other device can provide. MY daily use during a work day consist of checking news/stocks with a periodic youtube viewing here or there throughout the day. I haven't had a 2-3 hour phone call yet so i can attest to the battery life under those conditions. My battery is usually around 22% after a 12 hour work day.

    Sep 29, 2021 07:33
  • Review by Jmo742, 8 out of 10
    Best of Both Worlds - Phone and a Mini Tablet

    Let me start off by saying that I don't view the Z Fold 3 as a phone, but more so as a device considering its "mini tablet" mode. I had the last 2 generations and the most significant improvement was between the 1st and 2nd. If you're a Z Fold 2 user and trying to determine whether to make the switch to the 3, you won't be missing much if you choose to pass on it. I'll try my best to articulate why below.

    Design:

    One of the biggest gripes I've come across on the internet regarding the Z Fold series are the phones' heftiness. I will admit that it took me some time to get used to the heavier weight, but again, I used to it over time. The Z Fold 3 is slightly lighter than the 2, but it's nothing significant. Nevertheless, you'll adapt to it. The front screen is big enough for me to text on despite the awkward screen ratio (tall screen). Speaking of the front screen, Samsung did a great job in making it 120 Hz to match the bigger screen as it's absent on the Fold 2. Also, the camera hole on the big screen is "invisible"; it can still be seen as it'll be pixelated, but it's less noticeable when viewing content.

    Battery:

    One would think that a device that has 2 screens would have one of the best batteries; however. that is unfortunately not the case here. Now considering I work in an office environment with easy access to my charger, the battery will never die on me. But when I do leave work (6:30 am - 4 pm), I typically have around 45-50%. This is dependent on whether I have a slow day and have time on my hands to watch videos and browse the internet. Not to mention, I plug it into my car for Android Auto which then charges it. Therefore, the battery will never be a major issue for me. But if you're someone who will be away from a charger for long periods of time and heavily utilize your phone, I can't see it lasting a full day on a single charge. I gave this review 4 stars because of the battery which could be better. I think I understand why Samsung didn't insert a larger battery, but I'll touch on that in my conclusion.

    Camera:

    Unfortunately, I'm not the best candidate at all when it comes to rating the camera still shots and videos. However, I have taken a few photos just to see the quality and it's good enough for me. But it's a known fact that the S21 Ultra's camera is better and I agree. If you're a photographer who absolutely needs an awesome camera, the Z Fold 3 may more than likely disappoint you. Nevertheless, it can get the job done.

    Software:

    Samsung UI 3 is one of the best interfaces in my opinion. I admit that I do prefer Stock Android, but UI 3 is a close second. If you're an avid Android user and have had experience with the newer Samsung phones in the last few years, you won't be disappointed with the Z Fold 3. I do recommend playing around with the aspect ratio in the settings to take full advantage of viewing certain apps in full screen. The Z Fold 2 had a few hiccups with this, but Samsung rectified this on the 3. Now if you're coming from an iPhone, it may take some time to get used to it. Android is definitely more complex than iOS; I have a 12 Mini that I'll go to every now and then for its simplicity and small form factor so I understand, but I digress. The UI runs smoothly with no hiccups.

    Features:

    The S-Pen compatibility is probably the biggest difference between last year's Z Fold 2 and the 3. I'm not certain, but I think there was an update to where the Z Fold 2 became compatible with the S-Pen. Again, I'm not sure but I want to say I read it somewhere. If you're a Note user, you'll be happy with this addition. The only gripe you'll have which I share is the inability to insert the S-Pen into the Z Fold 3. I have the Samsung case which has a place where the S-Pen can be inserted. Other than that, you'll have to carry the S-Pen around which is an inconvenience in my opinion considering you can easily lose it.

    Speaking of the case, it's ok but it could be better. I wish the cover was magnetic, but it easily flaps open and can be bothersome at times.

    Call quality/durability:

    The aforementioned hasn't been an issue for me at all. Calls are crystal clear for me (Verizon) and the screens have held up. I do recommend discarding the front screen protector and replacing it with a tempered glass one. The inner display is supposed to be a certain percentage tougher than the Z Fold 2 and I imagine it's due to the S-Pen. The S-Pen has a spring loaded mechanism to where if you press too hard on the screen, the point will retract which is a nice touch.

    Conclusion:

    The Z Fold 3 is probably one of the most fun devices you'll have fun with. It isn't for everyone, but tech enthusiasts like myself will appreciate it for what it is. In regards to the battery, I believe the Z Fold 3 is lighter because of the smaller battery. Had it been larger, the weight would've been more prominent. Again, the weight is one of the biggest complaints from consumers. I'm not sure how Samsung can find a middle ground on this aspect, but you can't have your cake and eat it. Overall, if you can stomach the price, I believe it's worth it. Samsung's Trade-In program saved me a huge chunk of money and basically knocked the price down by half when I traded my Z Fold 2. Do I believe foldable phones are the future? If the price can come down, I think so. Having the ability to open your phone up to a larger display to watch videos/movies and read eBooks is an awesome experience that I believe anyone would enjoy. Looking forward to the future of foldable phones.

    Sep 04, 2021 22:22
  • Review by B14ckr41n, 10 out of 10
    Incredible Phone

    I really can't say anything bad about this phone. I LOVE it. I've heard alot of complaints about the battery life but I use it all day listening to SiriusXM and spend my hour long breaks watching videos and I still have a good 35 to 40 percent left at the end of the day. And Best Buy was GREAT! I originally ordered it from Samsung but they could not get it out to me for like 3 weeks. I found it on Best Buy and they had it at my front door the NEXT day.

    Oct 16, 2021 00:13
  • Review by TRUOG, 10 out of 10
    To hit or “fold”?

    Coming from an Apple fan boy this phone is absolutely exquisite. For someone who demands more from there smartphone this the phone for you it’s basically a handheld computer and does it’s job very well.

    Nov 02, 2021 22:36
  • Review by kjones, 10 out of 10
    Z Fold 3

    We love these phones. The smaller outside screen is certainly a change from the note 10+ but we are happy we made the switch. The flipping takes some adjustment but what a nice large screen on the inside to play games, watch quick shows, movies, etc. Very happy with our purchase.

    Nov 08, 2021 07:39
  • Review by Aleeya, 10 out of 10
    AMAZING!!!

    I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!! I wouldn't buy an iPhone when this bad boy is around!

    Aug 30, 2021 18:51
  • 8.6score
    Google - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Pixel 3a XL - 64GB (Unlocked) - Just Black
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Communicate in style with this refurbished black Google Pixel 3a XL smartphone. The 6-inch FHD+ OLED touchscreen is highly responsive and perfect for immersive viewing experience, while the Google Assistant feature lets you know who is calling and why before picking up for peace of mind. This unlocked Google Pixel 3a XL smartphone boasts 4GB of RAM and an octa-core processor, delivering near-flawless performance.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    17 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processor: The octa-core (2.0GHz + 1.7GHz) processor and 4GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
  • Hey Google, get it done: Get more done with an extraordinary camera, fast-charging battery and the helpful Google Assistant built in.
  • Android 9.0 Pie OS: Adapts to you and how you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better and better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • Universally unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, such as Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • LTE speed: Provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
  • 6" Full HD+ (2160 x 1080) OLED touch screen: This extra-large screen is matched with a slim body to comfortably fit in your hand. It offers 18:9 cinema-like screen ratio that's perfect for viewing videos, photos and playing games.
  • 12.2MP rear-facing camera: The dual-pixel camera is fast enough to catch just about anything and smart enough to understand what it sees. Also includes an 8MP front-facing camera for self-portraits and video.
  • 64GB internal memory: Provides plenty of storage space for your contacts, music, apps and more.
  • Better pictures with Night Sight: You'll never want to use your flash again. Night Sight lets you capture rich detail and color even in the dark.
  • Take flawless photos with Portrait mode: Enjoy beautiful portraits that focus on your subject as the background fades into a blur.
  • Free unlimited storage with Google Photos: Allows you to save all your photos and videos at high quality.¹
  • Keep everyone in focus: Motion Auto Focus will make sure the people and pets in your shot stay sharp as you get a quick snapshot.
  • Know who's calling and why: Let the Google Assistant help screen your calls, so you know who's calling and why before you pick up.
  • Charges fast and lasts all day: Get more done with Adaptive Battery that ensures 7 hours of use on just a 15-minute charge. It's designed to learn your favorite apps and reduce power to the ones you rarely use.²
  • 3 years of security and OS updates: Keep your phone protected against the latest threats and performing at its best.³
  • Safeguard your data: The custom-made Titan M security chip helps secure the operating system and your most sensitive data, such as passwords.
  • Store more of what you love: Use the Quick Switch Adapter to transfer your messages, contacts, and photos to your new device.
  • 4 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by customer1234, 4 out of 10
    phone seems ok, but did not come accessories

    I completely understood that this was a refurbished phone, but the specs also listed that it would come with the charger/cable, quick switch tool and SIM tool. So far the phone is working and no issues; however it did not come with ANY of the advertised accessories. I only received a 3rd party charger that will not work with the phone. Best Buy will NOT honor the order to send me any of the accessories; the only option I was given was to RETURN the phone.

    Jun 19, 2020 12:09
  • Review by Ashleyann1836, 10 out of 10
    Great phone !

    Really good android phone! use this phone for testing purposes at work and it is easy and simple to navigate the phone since I am not an android user. I would recommend for first time android users or kids who are getting their first phones

    Apr 27, 2021 14:02
  • Review by Kewhite, 10 out of 10
    BLU phone

    I love my phone. So much more data is held on it. Pictures are wonderful. Look at movie on it. An iPhone without the expense. Best phone yet. And the most important part is that I can have two phone numbers on this phone. One for work and one for home, without carrying two phones.

    Jan 28, 2021 14:25
  • Review by rsoard12122, 10 out of 10
    Best phone I've ever had!

    I should of tried this brand sooner, no lag, always fast.

    I love it I will definately recommend this phone to

    anyone who askes.

    Jul 04, 2020 01:21
  • 8.6score
    Samsung - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Galaxy A51 with 128GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked) - Prism Crush Black
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Complete urgent work and stay connected on the go with this refurbished Samsung Galaxy A51 smartphone. The 4000 mAh battery offers up to 28 hours of talk time, while the 6.5-inch Infinity-O display delivers crisp visuals for a cinematic viewing experience. This Samsung Galaxy A51 smartphone has 128GB of internal storage to accommodate downloads and photos, and 4GB of RAM supports flawless multitasking.Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products.

    9 Features
  • Octa-core 2.3GHz processor with 4GB of RAM: Delivers outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
  • Universal unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, such as Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 4G LTE speed: This smartphone provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
  • Quad-camera setup: The 48.0MP main camera takes beautiful pictures even in low light, 12.0MP ultrawide lens captures landscape shots, all-new 5.0MP macro lens provides intricate textures and details, and 5.0MP depth camera puts your friends and family into focus for perfect portrait shots.
  • Super AMOLED 6.5" Infinity-O display: Lets you dive into the edge-to-edge color and detail with a large playground for everything you touch.
  • 128GB internal memory plus microSD slot: Provides plenty of storage space for your videos, music, apps and more. Expand your storage by up to 512GB by adding a microSD card (sold separately).
  • Android 10: A custom operating system for Android phones delivers easy app usability and responses.
  • Super Steady OIS mode: Helps you make photos and videos look smooth without all the blur.
  • In-display fingerprint sensor: Unlock your phone with just a touch. No staring contests with your screen or complicated passcodes required.
  • 6 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Mariony, 10 out of 10
    Works where.

    I have been buying Samsung Galaxy for gifs to my sisters and they love it because works great out side of the country.

    Nov 17, 2021 20:38
  • Review by MaEh81, 10 out of 10
    Good product

    We where looking for a camera option for work documenting product. We found this camera to be the best option on the features we need

    Oct 26, 2021 13:02
  • Review by Bubba, 8 out of 10
    Refurbished

    So this was refurbished. It arrived in a plain cardboard box and not the original packing. It works flawlessly. I was told I would be able to purchase an extended warranty for it, but the option did not appear. I paid $299 instead of $399, so there is some value there.

    Jan 04, 2021 12:48
  • Review by txtomcat, 10 out of 10
    Wow, pleasantly surprised

    I love this phone, and you can't tell it's refurbished in performance or appearance. I am so glad I saved myself $800 for once and held off on the initial purchase on Samsungs original debut date.

    May 28, 2021 15:55
  • Review by FromAnchorage, 10 out of 10
    Nice affordable with all the bells and whistles

    Nice affordable phone from a reputable brand name in samsung. Nothing to complain about. All the bells and whistles of a premium phone with less than half the price point of a premium one. What is there to complain?

    Dec 12, 2020 14:43
  • Review by Nope, 4 out of 10
    Not what I paid for

    The phone is not unlocked and it will not let me add to my account

    Mar 19, 2021 18:50
  • 8.6score
    Samsung - Galaxy A12 32GB(Unlocked) - Black
    Description

    Connecting with the people and things you love is essential. So is keeping those memories close at hand. Galaxy A12 gives you our sought after multi camera system at a fraction of the price, along with expandable storage to fit all your favorite memories. With a long lasting battery that charges up quick, a beautifully vivid display and a processor you can count on, Galaxy A12 is here to help you capture the awesome in your every day.

    6 Features
  • Power for all your photo ops: With Galaxy A12’s long lasting 5,000mAh battery, you’ll be ready for anything. And when you don’t have time to waste, Fast Charging ¹ can power you up in minutes.
  • A processor you can depend on: Waiting for your phone to catch up can make you want to pull your hair out. We outfitted Galaxy A12 with a reliable processor that won’t hold you back.
  • Snap more, delete less: Life doesn’t stop just because you’re out of storage. Galaxy A12’s comes loaded with 32GB of internal memory, plus the option to store up to 1TB more when you add a MicroSD card. ²So go ahead, keep on snapping.
  • Multiple cameras, multiple ways to shine: Snap stunning landscapes, detailed macro shots and selfies that capture your best side to share with friends and family. With Galaxy A12’s multi lens camera system in your pocket, it’s ok to show off.
  • Watch it back and say “WOW“: Galaxy A12 features a crisp, edge to edge Infinity V HD+ display. ³ That means big, bold colors and crystal clear clarity and definition designed to bring out the best in your photos and videos.
  • A design as modern as you are: The Galaxy A12 was designed with beauty and functionality in mind, featuring a crisscross texture that's easy to grip and lines that are oh so modern.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by MrMike, 10 out of 10
    Love my new Samsung A-12

    The salesman was great .I told him My current phone was Samsung

    a-11 He said we don't sell the A-11's but we have the A-12 . The A-12 was a perfect fit for me I was able to modify my otter box to fit the phone and also all the other accessories I bought for the A-11 I had my new phone and out the door in 20 minutes and it's a great phone

    Jul 21, 2021 02:32
  • Review by CHL3, 8 out of 10
    Good 'upgrade' - will try it out

    My Samsung S8 had taken a beating over the years, so I purchased this as a replacement; So far not too bad. It is an international phone, and there were some small challenges to activate (Verizon is my service provider). One of the slots for my SIM card would not read when inserted, so we switched to the other slot and it worked. It took a couple of hours to have all the apps I use downloaded and operating, including adjusting various settings, but overall the process was smooth. The reason for the 'upgrade' title (and 4-stars) is that this phone is more of an entry phone, a small step down from my S8; Something I found out when the tech guy assisted me in the transfer. This phone does not have as good of a camera as my S8 did, and the processor is a tad slower. But it looks great, feels comfortable, and have experienced smooth browsing so far. And as mentioned in the title, I will give it a run in my travels next week and see how it operates out of town.

    Jul 24, 2021 08:21
  • Review by Bigboss, 10 out of 10
    Phone

    Good phone and great price I like it yes i will recommended and it works perfect

    Aug 15, 2021 06:50
  • Review by Auntbobbie, 10 out of 10
    Good phone!

    We bought this phone for my elderly mother. It was a HUGE upgrade from what she had but it's easy enough that once everything eas set up for her she was able to learn how to use it easily.

    May 28, 2021 20:01
  • Review by JCOM, 10 out of 10
    Cesar

    The new unlocked Samsung Galaxy A12 is a good budget smartphone for the price, it runs smooth and under all national and international networks without a problem one of the best futures of this phone is that it has a sad memory card slot, most phones doesn’t have this option anymore, I highly recommend this product!

    Jul 21, 2021 06:38
  • Review by dishpointing, 10 out of 10
    Budget powehouse

    This phone is a budget powehouse. If you are looking for a less complicated smartphone this is great option.

    Jun 11, 2021 08:42
  • Review by Anie, 10 out of 10
    Good product

    Bought this for my 12 year old and he loves it and more importantly the life lock 360 app works great with it and he enjoy having the phone

    Jun 25, 2021 15:32
  • Review by Delta, 6 out of 10
    Cell phone

    It's a good phone, but not the best. It's a bit bulky, but it's unlocked and doesn't cost an arm and a leg to purchase. My son says the camera isn't the best, but it will do. If he could afford to spend more he would've gotten a better phone.

    Jun 19, 2021 06:05
  • 8.4score
    Motorola - moto g7 plus 64GB (Unlocked) - Black
    Description

    Take your photos to the next level with a 16 MP + 5 MP dual-camera system and optical image stabilization (OIS), it’s easy to capture outstanding shots in any lighting condition every time. Power your shoots with an all-day battery and TurboPower charging. Bring images and videos to life on an ultrawide 6.2" Max Vision Full HD+ display, plus get loud, crystal clear sound from stereo speakers. Experience faster performance with a Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core processor. Enjoy a refined design featuring 3D contoured glass and a water-repellent design. Moto g7 plus with Android 9.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    7 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Processor: Experience the speed of an 1.8GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor in everything you do.
  • GSM Unlocked: GSM Google Android Smartphone Compatible with AT&T & T Mobile. It also works with prepaid carrier Metro by T-Mobile.
  • 16 MP dual camera with OIS.: Get picture-perfect results with a 16 MP dual camera system featuring optical image stabilization (OIS). It’s easy to capture outstanding shots in any lighting condition every time.
  • All-day battery. 27W TurboPower.: Go all day on a single charge, and get 12 hours of power in just 15 minutes. Power your shoots with an all-day battery** and TurboPower charging.
  • 6.2" Full HD+ Max Vision display.: Immerse yourself with ultrawide views on a 6.2" Full HD+ display with a 19:9 aspect ratio. Refined 3D glass design. Feel the comfort and premium quality of contoured Corning Gorilla Glass and a water-repellent design.
  • Dolby Audio tuned stereo speakers.: Enjoy loud volume, crystal clear dialogue and realistic surround sound. Plus get loud, crystal clear sound from stereo speakers.
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot Ready: Moto G7 plus offers Wi-fi hotspot connectivity in 2.4 GHz + 5 GHz for the best experience.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by OKBestBuy, 2 out of 10
    DO NOT BUY

    Very upset with this product. Fell 2 feet on the back of the phone and shattered. Definitely not gorilla glass. Now I'm stuck with this shattered phone. Do not buy. I wish I could rate it a 0 instead of 1. Motorola went downhill after the first moto g

    Mar 27, 2021 22:43
  • Review by OCTO, 10 out of 10
    Great phone for the money I paid.

    Great phone for the price. It doesn't have the round camera like the picture suggests. To find a case that fits exactly, search for a T-Mobile Revvlry Plus, but the choices will be limited. I am using a case for the round camera model and it fits fine. I paid 120 bucks so I cannot complain.

    Jan 13, 2021 07:09
  • Review by Rabblevox, 8 out of 10
    Better than I expected, a few serious flaws.

    I've owned the Moto g7 plus for a bit over a week, and think I've learned enough to give it a preliminary review. This phone gets most things right, but a few (mostly minor) are tragically wrong. Compared to all phones I've played with, I give it a B- . Compared to other phones in it's price range, I give it an A-, maybe a straight A.

    First, this is a budget phone (currently $120 USD unlocked) and should be judged accordingly. It's spec are among the best for sub-$200 phones, and it mainly delivers on those specs. Frustratingly, where it falls short has nothing to do with compromising to hit a price point, but pure sloppy decisions. I'll do praises first, then the digs.

    First, the fit and finish is fantastic. It does not look or feel like a cheap phone at all, and is a delight to hold. The screen is bigger, faster, and brighter than anyone should expect. Viewing outside in medium sun from an angle wasn't a problem. The sound is close to the best I've ever heard on a phone. The stereo Dolby speakers sound as good as you could hope, it's a pleasure to listen to music without my earbuds.

    The OS is remarkably clean. Aside from a few Google apps you might not want, there is zero bloatware, that's a real blessing. Motorola's own software is brilliant, and you will want to use it. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth both set up with no problem (though that's probably due more to Android 10 than Motorola). The guts under the hood give you good speed (Asphalt 9 runs fine, albeit with eye candy turned down) and better than average battery life (though not as good as it's stablemate, the g7 power). Speaking of power, the turbo USB-C charger is the bomb. I was able to go from drained to 80% in 30 min.

    Lastly, on the good side, the rear-facing cameras are plenty good enough for most uses. (and if you're looking for a pro level cam, look elsewhere).

    Like I said, LOTS to like in this phone. Now to the dark side.

    While the rear cameras aren't bad for a budget phone, the front (selfie) camera is virtually broken. The depth of field settings don't work as advertised, and everything beyond about 4 feet is blurred. This seems like a stupid problem that should have been solved with a simple tweak.

    Next bonehead move, memory. 4 GB ram, 64 GB storage (expandable to 1 TB w/SD card) sounds really good. Except it's not. While you can store up to 1 TB on an SD card, you can only use it for media files. For apps, you're hard locked to 64 GB (actually about 50 GB useable, the OS takes a chunk). That is remarkably stupid, and avoidable. For many years, most phones that had an SD slot could use that storage for apps (especially ones you didn't need often). Even older, more primitive Motorola phones, including the g6 and g7 lines. 64 GB might be plenty of apps for most people, but not for all, and letting you put apps on an SD is just basic phone tech these days. This is an unforced error that didn't save Motorola a penny.

    The cord on the charger is unfortunately short. One more foot would have made a difference.

    The phone has only minimal water resistance. I live in a wet climate, so more would have been better, but again you get what you pay for.

    Protection brings me to my last point, and the one that irks me the most, but has nothing to do with the phone itself.

    There is no case for this phone, not anywhere on the planet, if you have the version with the "racetrack", or oval phone, the best you can do is an approximation that will never quite fit. This is especially infuriating because earlier iterations of this phone came with a simple clear shock case. Plenty for most people, and probably costs 80 cents to make. I sometimes am rough with my phones, and if I had known this ahead of time it would have been a show-stopper. I need to use my phone as a tool, not baby it like a hothouse orchid.

    So in sum, it's really a very good phone for the money, with some features that only show up at triple the price. I am very happy with the phone itself, but the lack of a case is a serious hinderance for me. If your use will mostly be inside, this might be a non-issue, and you can enjoy a way better than average phone that punches out of it's weight class.

    And remember, I'm just an ordinary Joe, with my own opinions.

    Apr 03, 2021 23:36
  • Review by Chuck, 8 out of 10
    There's a learning curve for a first time user

    Phones have come a long way from the days of a phone that had a single function -- to make and answer telephone calls. This is my first smart phone. I bought it because so many businesses now use a smart phone to access various offerings (you can pay by phone, have coupons on your phone, have a boarding pass on a phone, and on some cruise ships a cell phone will function as a super key card for opening a cabin door and making purchases onboard). The Moto G7 plus is beautiful and versatile and packed with a lot more stuff than I want or need and that's my only complaint -- I spend hours trying to learn what all those little icons stand for, and trying to make the phone do what I want it to do and look the way I want it to look but then, without warning, something else pops up that I didn't ask for and my attempts to get it off the screen take me to yet another screen that I didn't want to go to. A month from now I may feel that it is an always needed personal device, but the learning curve is annoying for now.

    Jan 16, 2021 16:51
  • Review by Fantastic, 10 out of 10
    Great phone and a great price

    For $150 sale price it’s one of the best deals out there. The sound quality when using voice is incredible. I like the fact that it has a spot on the Sim card tray for a microSD card for expanded memory beyond the built in 64 GB for extra storage

    Sep 18, 2021 07:29
  • Review by Niesha, 10 out of 10
    Love it

    Very good phone great price I never regret buying it.

    Apr 18, 2021 08:22
  • Review by RAMINC, 8 out of 10
    G7+ in a REVVEL+ Form

    This arrived as a T-Mobile REVVEL+ body a with a OVAL camera. Phone has the specifications and phone information of a Motorola G7+ phone. (In Android settings) NOT a round camera - View images of a REVVL+ Read in tech forums that Motorola made some combined one-off phone combo phone as the G8 was to be the new G model. Very strange. Great deal for the phone and performance. You MUST buy a phone case for a REVVEL+

    Dec 28, 2020 12:32
  • Review by Happy, 10 out of 10
    Very Nice

    I decided to ditch my landline since AT&T now charges an outrageous monthly cost for a phone I rarely use. I bought the Motorola Moto G7 plus as a back-up phone and switched the landline number to this phone. I was hesitant to get rid of the landline, but I am very happy with this phone! I bought it on sale and I think it was a great deal. It has been pretty easy for me to get used to this phone. I like the display. I like the sound on this phone better than my Sony smart phone & my galaxy s4 tablet. This phone has a slick finish and seems to "travel" on its own and slipped off a table a few times. It took those falls quite well. Very sturdy phone. I haven't used the camera much and can't really comment on it. I am glad that I bought this phone.

    Oct 19, 2021 20:53
  • 8.4score
    Samsung - Galaxy A42 5G 128GB (Unlocked) - Black
    Description

    You need a phone that can capture share worthy photos and video with the tap of a finger, scroll through your feed at lightning speed, and stream what you want when you want it. Outfitted with our best core features plus some awesome innovations, Galaxy A42 5G for Verizon lets you create, share and stay connected without breaking the bank.

    6 Features
  • Carry on and on and on: Whether you’re trying to nail that perfect shot, keep your stories fresh or put in a last minute order at your favorite restaurant, Galaxy A42 5G’s long lasting battery won’t leave you hanging.
  • Live your life without the wait: Fast , reliable and 5G what more could you ask for? Galaxy A42 5G ² features plenty of processing power to post photos and videos, play games and chat with friends with minimal lag.
  • Room to make more memories: Keep or delete? The eternal question. Galaxy A42 5G comes with 128GB of storage built in, giving you plenty of space to keep your favorite photos and videos close at hand. Want more? We got you. Store up to 1TB more by adding a MicroSD card.³
  • Capture all those share worthy moments: Who says life can’t be like a movie? With four cameras to choose from and AI powered features such as Night Mode, Live Focus and Single Take⁴, your Galaxy A42 5G is like your own personal film studio where the leading role is always yours.
  • Bold never looked so good: See every last frame with crystal clear clarity and vibrant color. Whether it’s your favorite movie or your weekly group video chat, see it all in beautiful definition on Galaxy A42 5G’s massive 6.6” Infinity U display.⁵
  • Modern minimalism with a twist: A smooth finish with a subtle color gradient gives Galaxy A42 5G a unique and sophisticated feel.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by disappointed, 10 out of 10
    Samsung Galaxy A42 5g

    I am very very happy with my new Samsung Galaxy A42 5g. It's really a nice phone, but was disappointed because the day after i seen it was on sale at another store for $100 less.

    Jul 09, 2021 21:48
  • Review by 4462322250, 10 out of 10
    Great Capabilities.

    I got to Best Buy looking for a phone for a family member, and this is what I picked: Samsung - Galaxy A42 5G 128GB (Unlocked) - Black with dual sim capability. Interestingly, I picked it up from the "open box" section, but still looked great and intact. I will recommend this to any family member or friend.

    Jul 20, 2021 11:06
  • Review by Josh, 8 out of 10
    Not bad

    Great phone for the price, only negative i have to say about it is that the touch screen responce is a little slower then my previous phone (galaxy s8)

    Sep 05, 2021 19:19
  • Review by Ananth, 10 out of 10
    Nice phone for a very reasonable price

    Powerful phone at a reasonable price. Initially, I had a lot of confusion about buying this phone but took it to try and if not worthy would have definitely returned back. The reality is this phone is astonishing. The wider screen is definitely great to view any videos/movies. I don't download much, so 64 GB is really a lot of space for me. The standard Apps don't take too much space and hence I'm left out with a lot of space. No heating issues like other phones which I had in the past. Absoultely worth the price for budget lovers.

    Oct 20, 2021 07:55
  • Review by ExcellentRecommendation, 4 out of 10
    Bug exists in Galaxy A42

    Bought this Samsung Galaxy A42 5G 128GB unlocked cell phone at Best Buy. The cell phone worked great the first 2 weeks.

    Took a short flight from Ft. Lauderdale Airport to BWI airport.

    Instead of setting Airplane Mode, I turned off the cell phone completely so as to save energy on my battery.

    Tried to turn it on again at arrival at BWI airport but the phone was completely dead. Could not restart it or even show any signs of recharging. The screen was completely black (dead). Excellent Best Buy Service for replacing this bad cell phone.

    Aug 28, 2021 08:22
  • Review by Iriemommy, 10 out of 10
    Another Apple converter

    I don't like iPhones. My nephew is a diehard Apple fan. He used my Galaxy S10. Now he wants an android. I bought this so he can try it out. He LOVES IT. He will use it for a few months to make sure it's what he wants before he purchase the Galaxy S21 or the FOLD.

    Paired easily with his RAV4

    Aug 20, 2021 11:20
  • Review by Happyness, 10 out of 10
    Excellent Phone Upgrade and Services

    The old Samsung phone was successfully transferred to the new Samsung phone and throughout this process, service was excellent and now my new phone works wonders compared to my old model.

    This new phone and my upgraded AT&T account now allows easy internet access and so far no problems connecting to many apps and so all the best for the excellent service and phone is great.

    Aug 18, 2021 16:51
  • Review by abcd, 6 out of 10
    Decent for the price

    Phone has decent hardware specs, is fast enough for my needs. Not very good signal strength though - no 5G inside my home and non-5G signal only 1-2 bars (previous phone, same carrier, non-5G, had better). 5G outside home in same locations could be anywhere from 1-5 bars. Music streaming (outside and with several different apps) randomly and regularly stops. I'm guessing this is due to poor signal, have tried numerous potential fixes found online but no improvement. (Again, previous almost never did this.) Some of this may be carrier related but seems random. Not a fan of the Samsung add-ons to phones, not as bad as they used to be but still too much. Netflix came preinstalled and can't be uninstalled. This is just annoying, doesn't make me want to use the app.

    Nov 02, 2021 10:18
  • 8.4score
    Motorola - Moto G Stylus 5G 256GB (Unlocked) - Cosmic Emerald
    Description

    The new moto g stylus 5G gives you the ultra-fast speed and built-in stylus you want. How about a 48 MP quad camera system? It’s yours. Maybe you’re craving a blazing-fast processor. No problem. And 256 MB of storage? Done. All this plus two days of battery life and a gorgeous 6.8" display.

    8 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G processor.: Ultra-fast performance. Feel the blazing-fast responsiveness of 5G speed. Upgrade to the next generation of wireless connectivity for ultra-fast streaming and downloads.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, Boost, and H2O.
  • 48MP Quad Camera System: With a 48 MP main sensor and Quad Pixel technology, the moto g stylus 5G delivers 4x the low-light sensitivity. So whenever you’re shooting in less than perfect light, you get sharper and brighter 12 MP photos.
  • 6.8" Full HD+ Display: Give yourself more room to express your creativity using the stylus. And give your photos, movies, games, and video chats the massive screen they deserve. You can even take notes and watch your favorite show, all on the same screen.
  • 256GB of storage: Never give storage a second thought. With 256 GB built in, you have tons of room for your sketches, notes, photos, movies, music, and everything else. And you can always add up to 1 TB more using a microSD card.
  • Built-in stylus: The stylus is perfect for navigating, highlighting, editing, or any task that requires pinpoint precision. Jot notes, edit photos, sketch artwork, and control a growing number of apps and games with pinpoint precision.
  • Two days of battery life: Keep playing games, taking notes, or watching your favorite shows on the go. The 5000 mAh battery is designed to last up to two days3 on a single charge, so you can do it all without interruption.
  • Android 11: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Bryanmsi, 8 out of 10
    The only stylus phone in its category

    TL:DR: Solid overall phone, a tad overpriced BUT if you want the stylus it is the only affordable option.

    Setting aside the stylus, the Moto is a decidedly mid-range phone. The CPU is decently fast although some brief lag is noticeable at times (but it doesn't feel like a 'slow' phone). The screen is clear, but viewing angles are only so-so and the contrast is definitely not among the best LCD. I personally like that it is LCD as there is no risk of burn in if this phone is used to display static images or used as a driving .GPS for example. The speaker is not great, its a single speaker and not especially loud. The case is beautiful and the emerald green plastic looks very premium. Fingerprint sensor works flawlessly. Cameras are 'ok' but not competitive with more expensive phones. The lack of OIS means in anything other than bright light there is a risk of blurry shots. Still, nothing much to complain about here. with 3 cameras and a depth sensor the 4-pack on the back suggests a far more expensive phone.

    Battery life has been good, but not as good as I'd expect with a huge 5000mah battery. Weirdly, according to Accubattery mine never charges to full capacity and tops out around 4650mah. That might be the app or it might be the battery really isn't able to take a full charge. In either case, the culprit seems to be the Moto display which constantly wakes up the screen and results in some idle drain. Overall though, this is in the top tier of battery life phones. Charging takes a bit longer than expected, but again given the size of the battery this is expected. No wireless charging support in the Stylus 5g, but honestly I don't mind as charging a battery this size via induction charging is not idea anyway. No NFC either, if that matters to you.

    Call quality is quite good (yes, people still call on the phone) and bluetooth, wifi, and 5g all seem to perform well.

    So overall, as a phone, the Stylus 5g is a decent entry-level phone with no major complaints.

    Now, the whole reason to get this over a considerably less expensive phone is the stylus. So how is that? Well, its also entry level. The phone has no palm or touch rejection meaning any stray touch will be recorded as a pen stroke. That makes for awkward drawing and note taking. The sensitivity is not especially high either, and there is no pressure sensitivity, so the pen experience is better than no pen, but only just. It stores nicely in the phone body and has a very pleasing clicky top. The phone will warn you if you leave the pen behind which is nice. Moto has put some pen features in the phone, but with some weird omissions like the screen shot annotation app has no eraser function.

    I don't mean this in a bad way, but this is the worse pen experience you are likely to have on a pen-capable device. Still, it is worlds better than no pen....if you need a pen. This is good for using as a navigation tool (very satisfying), for some screenshot annotations, simple doodling, and scratching out a quick note. it is NOT a drawing or sketching or fine writing stylus.

    At the offered price, this is a 3 star phone, the stylus is worth an extra point. As of this review, the Stylus 5g is now the only new 2021 phone that comes with an included pen. Samsung has discontinued the Note line, and its S21 and Fold 3 both support the SPen, but have no place to store it.

    Sep 11, 2021 16:16
  • Review by Anonymous, 8 out of 10
    Good mid-level price phone, but not perfect

    I'm a fan of Motorola because of their affordable phones and quality build. My last phone, the Moto G2 Play, lasted me a good 4 years before I decided to upgrade to a new 5G model. The only 2 things my last phone was missing was internal space and because it no longer received any security updates. (Both negative for Android fans). Out of all Motorola phones at the time of release, this one had 2 things I wanted my next phone to have - 1) Larger internal space (for all the apps that seem to update weekly) and at least the current version of Android. The Stylus and 5G were just extra good extra options to have.

    I only have 3 complaints. 1) According to AT&T, even though I live in a 5G area, I DO NOT get a 5G signal. EVER. Even when I've driven within a 45 minute radius, my phone has yet to get a 5G connection which is disappointing. As a pre-paid plan fan, AT&T only offers 1 pre-paid 5G plan, which compared to my 4G plan, costs $25 MORE when you add your credit card to the site. Without it, it would cost $35 more. Yes, more things come with this plan, but the fact is, I'm still paying more for the same 4G service on a phone that's supposed to get 5G speeds. AT&T mentioned they sell the same model at their stores, but it has a different serial number, so I'm not sure if I would've purchase this phone at their stores, it would've made a difference. But they do have a system update specifically for the model they sell and not mine. They tried to push the update to my phone, but it made no difference. I understand with all the carriers, AT&T (and other carriers) have yet to roll out a "true" 5G network. So if you get a stronger 4G signal than 5G, you'll get 5G service. I don't know if iPhone or Samsung customers have the same experience in my area because my friends all still have 4G phones.

    Battery life is pretty good on this phone. Light use will get you 2-3 days, but I also turn my phone off at night. When the phone first powers on, you will not get any calendar or other alerts you setup on the phone until you actually sign into the phone the first time you turn it on. The load screen is 4 times longer than my old phone which is odd. There is no NFC or fast charge (which my old phone also had). And I don't really use the stylus. Honestly, if they eliminated the stylus and 5G and added NFC and fast charge, this would be the perfect phone for me. Then by the time it was time to upgrade from this phone, maybe 5G will be working in my area to spend more on a 5G phone. On the plus side, there's the 256GB space for all your apps so there's enough space for the constant updates Android apps seem to be notorious for. (Especially any Google apps related.) The camera is ok for taking basic pictures, but obviously not as great as those found on more expensive Android and iPhones.

    Overall, this phone is a good deal for a mid-level phone. My advice is if your looking to upgrade to a 5G phone, make sure, from someone you know who has the same carrier that it works in your area. Otherwise, stick with 4G models that offer 128GB space and has at least Android 10. Or if you can wait a year or so to finally roll out but don't want to pay extra for that 5G plan, you can always keep your 4G plan until 5G is better in your area.

    Aug 30, 2021 13:34
  • Review by Andrew, 8 out of 10
    Good for the price

    Keep in mind, this phone does not exactly work with the Verizon networks. I have it on Google Fi and it work so well! Anyways, this is a good phone for the price. It has some really good features. For one, it has a good processor and a great amount of storage. The screen is very nice, bright and colorful. The emerald color on it is stunning! That’s the first thing people notice when they look at it. The fingerprint reader is fast and convenient. The stylus is made of metal and feels solid to the touch. The battery life is GREAT and it lasts a long time. One last big feature: it DOES have a headphone jack!

    However…it is missing some features. It does not have wireless charging, fast charging, an OLED screen, or multiple speakers. The charging is capped low and cannot do true fast charging. The screen is good, but it is not an OLED and it is capped at 60Hz. The loudspeaker is mediocre at best and the stylus is not like the Samsung S Pen which has actual functions. The stylus is simply a smaller version of the universal ones you can get at almost any retailer, but it does work very well. The cameras are okay, but the Macro lens especially could use some work. For a good Android phone, it’s a decent replacement for most. But if you’ve had an OLED, you will be missing that frequently.

    The biggest selling points are this:

    Well-built

    Nice color

    Headphone jack!

    Very fast with good specifications

    Lots of built-in storage with room for expandable memory as well.

    Huge battery!!

    Fingerprint scanner

    5G

    List of major cons:

    No wireless charging

    No OLED

    No fast charging

    Single mediocre loudspeaker

    Stylus is not electronic, but a scaled down universal stylus

    Cameras are just “okay”

    Sep 03, 2021 01:14
  • Review by PITFA, 10 out of 10
    Moved from Samsung S21 Ultra and never going back!

    I was a tad hesitant, as an avid Samsung consumer, to make the switch. Understandably people use their phones in their own way. For me, it's business so I can't go too much into gaming / social media side, however, if you are looking for a phone that will allow you to conduct business (MS apps, split screen, text, video conf, etc.) then look no further.

    I have had all manner of Samsung premium lines, MS Surface Duo and Apple Pro...I honestly am the happiest with this silly little Moto G Stylus 5G (256GB) version. I say this specific version because Motorola names their phones a bit confusing. Finding a case that has a built in card / wallet is near impossible (spoiled with Spigen as they cater to the more mainstream). Additionally, since I was so used to Samsung's Smart Switch that clones the old to new phone missing feature I opted for the $15 fix of getting a usb-c to usb-c data transfer cable off Amazon.com. Those two issues aside, no complaints with the actual phone.

    Moto gestures I love love love. The 'turn like a door knob' to initiate camera, or 'shake' for flashlight, 3-fingertip touch for screen capture, 'back and forth line' to split screen...just outstanding!

    The intuitive nature of Google and how it operates in Moto OS is making my life so much easier. Ex: real time texting via my laptop in Google browser via Google messages (free and instant to set up), when I type a time / date it a text, I'm automatically asked if I'd like to add it into my calendar, and so forth.

    Battery life is insanely amazing. I can finally go almost 36 hrs. between charges. When I'm working / past phones I couldn't make it 12 hrs...so for me this is a game changer when I'm putting in my 18 hr. days!

    Lastly, thank you Motorola for not doing away with expandable SD memory!!! I can't tell you how much this is still needed even with cloud computing / back up there are so many programs / apps I have to have physically on my phone and for me anything smaller than 512GB total is just not an option.

    Jun 28, 2021 15:37
  • Review by Zyvxn, 10 out of 10
    A Price Conscious Phone with Pizzazz.

    Most Moto G phones are price conscious phones that still deliver a great set of features. The Moto G Stylus has a large, crisp screen, a great camera, and an overall solid feel. The colored (Emerald for mine) case has a cool black, yet colored look giving the phone some pizzazz. And of course, the unique feature of this phone is the Stylus that pops in and out of the bottom of the phone. The stylus allows for scribbling notes and drawing pictures. It is also great to use as a 'mouse' pointer/clicker on the phone when you want a little more control than the fat finger can give.

    Oct 29, 2021 16:09
  • Review by red92capri, 10 out of 10
    Affordable 5g Phone

    Reasonably priced phone with long life battery and large storage 256g. Phone has a basic design and is moderately equipped with 6g ram. The 5g works decently with Metro / T-Mobile network in Los Angeles/Inland Empire and Orange County. I get reception in the middle of a large building (reception slows down speed). Screen is good.

    There is no photo gallery so photos are stored on Google Photos.

    Oct 29, 2021 15:30
  • Review by Thomas, 8 out of 10
    Good phone meet it prices segment

    Battery life is good and Pen is very convenient. The only problem may be the photo quality is not as good as others but it meet my expectation based on it price.

    A good phone for kids.

    Oct 29, 2021 16:14
  • Review by TheNana, 8 out of 10
    Moto G Stylus 5G

    So far this phone was well worth the cost and easy to setup. Only feature that was disappointing was the capability to cast to another device.

    Nov 05, 2021 16:58
  • 8.4score
    Samsung - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Galaxy A71 5G 128GB (Unlocked) - Prism Cube Black
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Stay connected with this refurbished unlocked Samsung A71 5G smartphone. The 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus Infinity screen displays images clearly and ensures easy menu navigation, while the 4500 mAh battery provides ample power for use over extended periods. This prism cube Black Samsung A71 5G smartphone has 6GB of RAM and an octa-core processor for rapid processing speeds, and the 128GB of storage holds files and applications.Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products.

    9 Features
  • Octa-core processor with 6GB of RAM: Delivers outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
  • Universal unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, such as Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 5G speed: This smartphone delivers mind-boggling speeds, superior connections, and nearly undetectable lag times.
  • Quad-camera setup: The 64.0MP main camera lets you shoot epic landscapes, dramatic portraits, and super-clear and steady videos to capture all the beautiful details just as you see them.
  • Super AMOLED Plus 6.7" Infinity display: Lets you dive into the edge-to-edge color and detail with a large playground for everything you touch.
  • 128GB internal memory plus microSD slot: The smartphone provides plenty of storage space for your videos, music, apps and more. Expand your storage by up to 1TB by adding a microSD card (sold separately).
  • Android 10: A custom operating system for Android phones delivers easy app usability and responses.
  • Super Steady OIS mode: Helps you make photos and videos look smooth without all the blur.
  • In-display fingerprint sensor: Unlock your phone with just a touch. No staring contests with your screen or complicated passcodes required.
  • 5 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Jmbl, 10 out of 10
    Marvelous

    I absolutely love this phone ! Perfect condition ! No issue.. Great job Geek squad . I definitely recommend trusting the geek squad and rest assured they know what they are doing ! Happy customer.

    Jul 08, 2021 14:06
  • Review by Guzman, 10 out of 10
    Samsung

    I love my phone its easy to use and so much faster as far as the internet goes...thank u best buy

    Oct 05, 2021 00:45
  • Review by JCA71, 2 out of 10
    Be wary of Samsung products

    This is not a knock on Best Buy, I've had really good experiences with the sales staff, but I want to warn you against Samsung products. My A71 phone broke 16 months after purchasing it. It's unacceptable to me that a phone should break that soon and it's clear that it's a hardware issue. I'm surprised the company doesn't stand by its product and I am extremely upset that I should have to pay a diagnostic fee for them to tell me why their product broke. Be wary of the A71 and definitely be wary of Samsung products

    Nov 02, 2021 12:42
  • Review by Entertaining, 10 out of 10
    Very good phone.

    Awesome phone. Really like this cheaper version of a high end Samsung phone. Well worth the money spent.

    Jul 02, 2021 15:36
  • Review by Dave, 10 out of 10
    Like new

    Works like a new phone, but a great price! Camera is really good too!

    Feb 05, 2021 15:58
  • 8.4score
    Samsung - Galaxy A32 5G 64GB (Unlocked) - Black
    Description

    Galaxy A32 5G pairs our best core features with one of the most affordable 5G devices on the market. That means you get a long lasting battery, expandable storage, multiple cameras, a super crisp display and blazing fast 5G speed.

    6 Features
  • Power to stay connected: Give your charger the day off. Galaxy A32 5G’s long lasting 5,000mAh battery helps you do more with 5G, with 15W Fast Charging ¹ there to give you a quick boost whenever you need it.
  • Smooth scrolling up ahead: What will you do when you tap into super fast 5G ²? The possibilities are endless. Whatever you choose, Galaxy A32 5G’s fast and reliable processor has your back.
  • Give your memory a boost: You shouldn’t have to delete precious memories just because you’re out of storage. Galaxy A32 5G comes loaded with 64GB of internal memory, and up to 1TB more when you add a MicroSD card. ³
  • Awesome camera x 5: From stunning selfies to epic landscapes and everything in between, Galaxy A32 5G gives you multiple ways to add some shine to your everyday moments. Four lenses in the back plus a flattering front facing camera means you’re ready to go wherever inspiration leads.
  • Bold, crisp colors from edge to edge: Rich colors, exquisite clarity, infinite HD+ display. It’s enough to make you want to ditch your TV. Almost.⁴
  • Understated elegance meets modern minimalism: With its matte haze finish and minimalist design, Galaxy A32 5G looks more expensive than it should. But we’re not complaining.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Hover, 10 out of 10
    Cellphone

    Good cell phone, i like is very quickly, the phone

    Aug 04, 2021 19:30
  • Review by Danny, 10 out of 10
    GALAXY A32 5G 64GB (Unlocked). What a great buy!!

    All features for this phone are great and work great. It is a fast 5G smartphone. I just love it. I could have gotten it cheaper elsewhere a little bit, but I bought at Best Buy because it offered the next day delivery. I am absolutely astounded at this phone's performance. I like it also because when I type, it clicks at each letter I write. I strongly recommend this smartphone. It is easy to use also. All you want you will get in "Settings". The rest comes naturally to you. Great, great phone. I registered it with Samsung, and I have one year manufacturer warranty, which is not available if you buy on ebay or elsewhere.

    Oct 16, 2021 17:02
  • Review by Midnight, 8 out of 10
    Galaxy Samsung phone

    I'm very pleased with the phone so far now mind you I came from a flip phone to this phone so it's working good. What I'm most impressed with is the Best buy associates that helped me by this phone and especially the girl that set up the phone on the Verizon network excellent excellent workers.

    Jun 23, 2021 14:31
  • Review by Eric, 8 out of 10
    Samsung Galaxy A32

    This is a good product for the older generation with some tech. skills. Does everything I need and some more. I found it not too difficult to get used to.

    Jun 12, 2021 14:02
  • Review by PPWWII, 8 out of 10
    Galaxy A32

    Good and sturdy phone. 64GB makes a big difference especially as the system updates go. able to add more apps without performance issue. Prior phone storage eaten up by system updates had to delete apps and still not enough space.

    Jul 27, 2021 15:48
  • Review by DeathByBJ, 10 out of 10
    great phone

    great phone. bought it for my great grandmother and she love the phone. its easy to use if your an elderly person. would buy again if i needed something cheap

    May 21, 2021 19:16
  • Review by farmland, 8 out of 10
    Samsung Galaxy A32 5G

    It took me a while to get used to this cell phone. The Samsung texting app does not allow me to type a text and then add recipients. It forces me to add all recipients and then type text. I sometimes accidentally hit send while I am still typing text. Dont care for the texting app.

    Jul 21, 2021 12:38
  • Review by CheChe, 8 out of 10
    Samsung Galaxy phone

    Hard to rate excellent. have purchased a Samsung Galaxy prior to this one. So far all is good

    Nov 05, 2021 17:25
  • 8.2score
    Nokia - G10 32GB (Unlocked) - Night
    Description

    To survive family life, you need energy. Lots of energy. Luckily, Nokia G10 has what you need, with a battery that goes for days – not hours – between charges. The big screen will captivate your kids for the whole of the journey, and its triple rear camera with enhanced imagery means you’re always ready to catch those special moments, whenever they might happen. Combine that with the latest Android™ 11, two years of software upgrades and three years of security updates and you’ve got a phone that will truly stand the test of time.

    9 Features
  • Processor: Octa-core (2x2.0 GHz Cortex-A75 & 6x1.8 GHz Cortex-A55)
  • Network Compatability: Compatible with GSM carriers, including AT&T and T-Mobile. Also compatible with GSM SIM kits, including Cricket Wireless, Tracfone, Google Fi, Net10, H2O, AT&T Prepaid, Simple Mobile, Ting Mobile and Mint Mobile.
  • Camera: Main Camera: (Triple) 13 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP - Selfie Camera: 8 MP
  • Display: 6.52 inches HD+ LCD, Resolution: 720 x 1600 pixels
  • Memory: 32GB 3GB RAM, MicroSD up to 512GB
  • SIM Card Size: Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
  • Battery Life: Li-Po 5050 mAh, non-removable
  • Dimensions: 6.49 x 2.99 x 0.36 in, Weight: 6.84 oz
  • Operating System: Android - MediaTek Helio G25 - Mali-G52 MC2
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Iona, 10 out of 10
    Great Buy For The Price Range And Budget Status

    I had my “little” Nokia G10 phone for a few days. The phone is far bigger in size than I am used to (my last far older Nokia 2.0 which this was replacing is “only” 5 inches)! But I am adjusting rapidly. There are some unexpected benefits to having a larger size which I was not aware of when I selected this phone. I am an older person with not the greatest eyesight anymore. Which translates into I don’t have to slip on my glasses all the time just to use and/or read the text/font size on this phone anymore like on my earlier phone. The font size can be adjusted manually In Settings to what I need it to be. The virtual keyboard is far less likely for me to hit the wrong neighboring keys when I am texting as the spacing between them is also larger. A plus for people with bigger fingers or hands.

    Being an unlocked phone does have additional benefits and options a locked carrier sponsored one never will have. I can choose to pick my phone carrier and move between them when *I* want to-all without the penalty of buying a new phone and/ or exchanging my phone number just to change to another GSM carrier. Although I am still perfectly happy with the now grandfathered “old”-though still very extremely cheap-3 Dollars A Month plan-therefore I have no need or desire to change carriers at this time. It also has a Dual SIM option. At this time I chose not to use this feature. My new phone functions just fine with one single SIM Card inserted inside right now. In the future, I can opt to add another SIM Card if I wish for any reason-even with a different phone carrier just like my previous Unlocked Dual SIM Nokia 2.0 did when it was in use and my only phone. Always my choice and whim, not some corporation’s one!

    It is not only a 4g phone, but it recognizes and uses LTE when available (like where I live and work). While it is not 5g, the calls are crystal clear and the signal strength is very strong. Who could ask for anything more for the projected working life of this phone. I am sure 5g will become more popular and have more availability and a resulting price drop as time goes. Right now I don’t think it’s available where I live anyway, So I have no need or interest in having a phone that has a 5g option at this time.

    Camera works just as well and nice as its predecessor. It takes clear sharp photos just as advertised. I do the photo editing on my laptop to avoid Google’s own $1.99 membership. While I can (and have) photo edit in a rather limited way on this phone for free, I prefer to do this on my laptop. I feel more comfortable on the laptop for fine tuning images anyway.

    This phone has a few other surprising features that I am interested in and actually using. I like the ability to add both a custom ringtone AND notification sound alerts. I went online to my favorite free easy to use ringtone music editor and edited my chosen tune perfectly for both ringtone and notification usage in the time period allowed. Works great. Exactly what I wanted my phone to do. If you don’t want to be too fancy, there is a wide selection of pre-installed ringtones and notification sound options in the phone’s own Internal Memory to use just like any other phone has.

    Plus are you aware some accessories are included in the box that you usually have to purchase separately? A snugly fitting clear vinyl phone case and a pre-installed screen protector was included! I really appreciate that part. It can add up to a good chunk of money if you have to factor in these needed products when purchased separately. They really do add to the durability of the product and extend it’s potential life. Most other phone manufacturing corporations only add these extras to it’s higher end products-if they do at all. The budget models usually only get the basic chargers and cables. Nice touch and already in use on my phone.

    Going online via Wifi is also what I use my phone for too. I have 4 accounts listed in my Google Accounts to keep track of and use. So if I am too lazy to drag out my laptop at home or simply out and about in the world, the new phone has already managed my online life just as well.

    So if you are on a inflexible budget, don’t need/want a fancy flagship phone with all the bells and whistles, yet still want the phone which offers: Unlocked, Dual SIM, larger clear screen, larger texts and fonts, great audio/video, nice camera, responsive to WiFi usage and commands, plus a few extra-features-to-play with/use feature options, this phone is for you.

    Jul 06, 2021 13:59
  • Review by dizguumy32, 8 out of 10
    nice to look at

    Software wasn't my favorite, but the screen was nice to look at and it had a great camera

    Oct 14, 2021 06:25
  • Review by pinkyxyz, 8 out of 10
    Don't expect lightning speeds but good

    Good value phone. It's not the fastest, but it does get multiple Android updates with Android 12 on the way. Best budget phone for the price

    Oct 15, 2021 15:19
  • Review by UnlockedPhone, 8 out of 10
    Like My New Phone

    Just purchased. Like the look and size of the screen.

    Oct 25, 2021 15:39
  • Review by Chayito, 10 out of 10
    Canon ink cartridge

    I purchased an ink (black) cartridge and received it in 2 days. Excellent service and great product. Also used my $5 reward points.

    Oct 30, 2021 18:18
  • Review by Yomimighty, 6 out of 10
    Nokia G android

    I could not use the phone for the purpose it was bought. The phone is not compatible with the US carriers as against the impression i got on the details i read before ordering. To make the situation worst, i could not return it because the grace period has lapsed.

    Aug 06, 2021 15:49
  • Review by 4to25, 10 out of 10
    Great phone

    Like this phone a lot. I have had no issues with it at all so far beyond what you would expect from getting used to a new phone.

    Aug 14, 2021 17:41
  • Review by Slugger5109, 10 out of 10
    Nokia awesome

    It’s a Nokia the screen is nice but the camera is amazing for this phone for its price range

    Oct 22, 2021 15:20
  • 8.0score
    Motorola - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Moto G Play (2021) 32GB (Unlocked) - Misty Blue
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Communicate effectively with this refurbished Motorola moto g play smartphone. The 13MP dual camera system lets you capture stunning photos, and the 6.5-inch Max Vision HD+ screen showcases content in stunning clarity. This unlocked misty blue Motorola moto g play smartphone features a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and 3GB of RAM for fast, responsive performance, while the 32GB of memory holds your files and applications.Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products.

    9 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 460: Featuring an octa-core 1.8GHz processor and 3GB of RAM, Moto G Play responds instantly to every touch, tap, and swipe. So, you can keep up with your social feeds, video chats, and online games, all without missing a beat.
  • Universal unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 13.0MP dual camera system: The ultrafast focusing camera makes sure you never miss a moment. Are you feeling creative? Play with the field depth by adding a beautiful blur (bokeh) effect to your portraits. Or swap out the background of an image, and let the fun begin.
  • 6.5" Max Vision HD+ display: Games, movies, and video chats are way more fun on its ultrawide screen. Its quality display features a 20:9 aspect ratio with large screen-to-body proportion, so your entertainment gets the massive view it deserves.
  • 3GB RAM, 32GB storage memory: Never worry about running out of space for your pictures. Google Photos gives you unlimited high-quality photo storage. Plus, with 32GB of storage on the phone, there's plenty of room for songs, videos and more.
  • Up to three-day battery: Go ahead, and live your life without thinking about battery life. Its massive 5000 mAh battery gives you up to three days of battery life on a single charge. Watch videos for 19 hours. Browse the web for 16 hours.
  • Water-repellent design: Keeps your phone safe from accidental spills and splashes.
  • My UX: Control your phone with simple gestures, customize your entertainment settings, and create a unique look.
  • Android 10: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • 3 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Satisfied, 10 out of 10
    Great condition, perfectly adequate phone

    Phone appears pristine - didn't have the original box but looks perfect otherwise. Seems like a solid and competent phone. I haven't used it much since I got it as a secondary/back-up phone and it's been perfectly adequate for that. Battery life seems really good and it is happy to sit on standby for days, it's got a powerful enough CPU and sufficient RAM to be fairly quick, and the limited storage can be padded with an SD card. It's not the lightning-fast machine my main phone is, but that's not what I got it for. For an inexpensive phone I'm quite happy with it.

    Nov 06, 2021 19:21
  • Review by USer, 10 out of 10
    Great phone

    Worked great straight out of the box. cant even tell its refurbed. dropped my sim card in and rebooted, the usual downloads and data transfer, and back in business

    Nov 05, 2021 16:36
  • Review by moto, 4 out of 10
    Replacement phone

    Phone needs start up guide, also key to open slide. you need to transfer your files by hand or if you can find a transfer app that works. BARE PHONE that is all, some apps that I do not use or will not use. I needed a 4G phone to replace my 3G phone

    Oct 01, 2021 17:03
  • 8.0score
    40
    CAT
    CAT S42 Smartphone - 4G Rugged Phone - Black (Unlocked)
    Description

    The CAT S42 is a remarkable workhorse.Whether you’re in the police force, or a first responder keeping us safe...Or you work in a hospital and hygiene is your priority...Or you’re a construction worker and you need a phone that’s tough enough to survive a building site, day after day...The Cat S42 is robust and reliable

    2 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Gelikk80, 10 out of 10
    Highly recommend

    Husband loves his new phone. Works great and we definitely feel at ease with the phone on his job sites.

    Oct 01, 2021 15:42
  • Review by PigsAreGreat, 6 out of 10
    Doesnt work with Verizon

    This phone probably would have been ok except it did not work with verizon like I was told. I ended up having to return it and buy the CAT s48c which works great.

    Aug 06, 2021 15:37
  • 8.0score
    Samsung - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Galaxy S20+ 5G Enabled 128GB (Unlocked) - Aura Blue
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Connect with friends and family with this refurbished aura blue Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G smartphone. The 6.7-inch Infinity-O Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED display delivers sharp visuals for immersive viewing, while 128GB of internal storage provides ample space for programs and files. This unlocked Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G smartphone has a 4500 mAh battery for all-day use.Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products.

    11 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G mobile platform: The octa-core 2.84GHz processor and 12GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus and more.
  • Universal unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, such as Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 5G* speed: The Qualcomm-powered modem provides fast network speeds for downloading, uploading, and streaming content, such as HD video and Augmented or Virtual Reality.
  • 12.0MP wide, 64.0MP telephoto, 12.0MP ultrawide rear cameras and rear depth-sensing camera: The multiperspective camera system emulates the sophistication of the human eye, adjusts view and focus, and intelligently applies settings to create amazing images.
  • 6.7" Infinity-O Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2.0 display: This smooth-motion 120Hz display is matched with a slim body to comfortably fit in your hand. Offers cinema-like screen ratio that's perfect for viewing of videos, photos, and games.
  • 128GB internal memory plus microSD slot: Provides plenty of storage space for your contacts, music, apps and more. Expand storage by up to 1TB by adding a microSD card (sold separately).
  • IP68 rating: The phone is protected from dust and can also withstand being submerged in 4.92' of static water for up to 30 minutes.
  • Ultrasonic fingerprint ID: Protects and unlocks with the first touch. Just tap your screen to unlock. The in-display sensor opens seamlessly with one hand in almost any light, rain or shine, even when you're cooking or working out.
  • All-day intelligent battery: Intelligently assesses power by learning how and when you use your phone. The powerful, intelligent battery optimizes use based on how you live to deliver an intuitive and energetic peak performance throughout the day.¹
  • Wireless PowerShare: Lets you wirelessly charge your Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Watch, or even a friend's phone right from your device.²
  • Android 10 OS: Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Gasca, 10 out of 10
    Very good

    Super perfect...i like this phone, is so fast!!!!!

    Nov 19, 2021 16:59
  • Review by Peter, 10 out of 10
    Good

    Exelent conditions good quality bran new the only thing didnt like was the shipping packeging didnt came with the celphones box ut was just wrap into a carboard

    Aug 06, 2021 16:33
  • Review by keego, 10 out of 10
    Galaxy S20+

    I have really enjoyed this phone.

    Have had no issues connecting, weather at home or out and about.

    Jul 03, 2021 09:30
  • Review by Sonytv, 10 out of 10
    Phone

    A great product works really well got a great deal

    Oct 08, 2021 22:43
  • Review by Nugspace, 10 out of 10
    Amazing

    Excellent condition with no issues. Exactly how it was described online.

    Jun 25, 2021 20:46
  • Review by dontbuyit, 2 out of 10
    don't buy it

    not worth it at all, don't buy anything if it is Geek Squad Certified Refurbished.

    Jul 23, 2020 21:47
  • Review by Jd37, 10 out of 10
    Great deal

    This is the second open box samsung galaxy 20+ i bought from best buy. I bought one for myself and once i knew everything was lagit and working i oredered another one for my fiancée. The only problem I had was that the first one didn't come with original charger, which open box excellent condition is supposed to come with. I contacted customer service and they sent me a $25 gift card for my troubles and told me to go to the store and get a replacement original charger. It took a little explaining on my part to the guy at the store but once he understood what was up he replaced the cheep charger with an original Samsung charger! The second one i ordered came witht ye original charger like stated. For half price on the phone i can deal with having a mixup on the charger.

    Jun 20, 2021 01:13
  • Review by Settings, 2 out of 10
    Wreckless in substand packaging not matching web

    Returning due to terrible packing conditions sent to me in. Good price but I do have an issue with the substandard packing and lack of materials I had received it with little to not at least anything other than the sloppy bubble wrap, only charger came with it. Many issues not matching the description of not having a factory box, very disappointed to the extent I may return due to the incompetent manor in which I am not really sure I would want to use it at this point. Outright worse packing job than the least experienced in packing electronics. Shocked. I will be submitting feedback to customer service to just perhaps even go to TMobile and pay more etc

    Jul 31, 2021 14:04
  • 8.0score
    Motorola - moto razr 5G 256GB (Unlocked) - Polished Graphite
    Description

    Introducing the new motorola razr, where iconic, flippable design meets the latest 5G speed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor in an unmistakably modern look. When closed, the convenient Quick View display keeps you connected. Take beautiful photos with the 48 MP with OIS and Quad Pixel technology doubles as an advanced selfie camera. Flip open and continue your experience on a 6.2” pOLED full touchscreen. Pocketable meets powerful with an all-day battery and Turbo Power charging. Discover the new razr.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    15 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 Processor: Get relentless performance with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor. Keep running smoothly with a whopping 8GB memory. Enjoy 256GB of room for photos, music, movies, and games, and never give storage a second thought.
  • Universal Unlocked: 4G compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, Metro by T-Mobile, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 5G* Speed: Download your favorite movies in minutes. Stream with virtually no buffering and video chat without lag. Compatible with T-Mobile's 5G* network now. Ready for 5G* on other networks dependent on carrier availability.
  • 48MP Camera: The 48MP*** camera comes with OIS and Quad Pixel technology so that you can capture sharper photos with 4x better low light sensitivity. It also doubles as a selfie camera with the phone flipped closed. With the 20MP rear camera, choose the 1.6µm Quad Pixel mode for 5MP photos.
  • 6.2" Foldable pOLED Touchscreen Display: Revolutionary flexible material allows the gorgeous 6.2” pOLED display to fold in half, fitting comfortably in your palm or pocket. Precision-crafted metal and glass on the new razr add a thoroughly modern look to the unmistakable iconic design.
  • 8GB RAM + 256GB**** Storage: Experience instant response times and ultra-fast performance with 8GB of RAM and 256GB**** of storage.
  • All-day battery** + Turbo Charging: Go up to 24 hours** without recharging, and then fuel up fast with TurboPower.
  • Iconic. Pocketable Design: The re-invented flip phone returns with a modern twist, crafted with premium materials and a main display that folds in half.
  • Interactive Quick View Display: Stay connected even while the phone is closed with the 2.7" gOLED display—reply to messages, skip songs, get directions, and more.
  • Superior Photos, Open & Closed: Enjoy brighter photos in low light with a 48 MP*** camera and optical image stabilization on the most advanced selfie camera of any smartphone.
  • Moto Experiences: Use natural gestures to access your favorite features and apps quickly and intuitively, such as quick capture, fast flashlight, three-finger screenshot and more.
  • Best Of Android OS: Get a more pure version of Android OS with motorola razr. No clunky software skins. No duplicate apps. Just the best phone for Android lovers, hands down.
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot Ready: Motorola razr offers Wi-fi hotspot connectivity in 2.4 GHz + 5 GHz for the best experience.
  • Moto Gametime: Add touch-enabled shoulder buttons to the top edge of the device for the most immersive, console-like gaming experience on the go. It also automatically blocks interruptions and gives you access to game-enhancing apps and tools.
  • My UX: Customize your home screen with unique fonts, colors, and icon shapes. Use simple gestures to access your phone’s camera, flashlight, and other key features. With My UX, your phone looks and functions the way you want it to.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by StevenK, 10 out of 10
    Awesome phone great reboot

    Excellent working phone with all bugs and flaws worked out in generation two. Totally recommended for anyone who wants a functional phone and the ability to turn heads when you have the retro mode on and the “Hello Moto” ring tone go off. Great but worth every penny!!

    Jun 13, 2021 17:38
  • Review by Display12, 2 out of 10
    Nice phone, but useless factory warranty

    The phone itself had been performing well until just a few weeks ago when it stopped powering up. I sent it in for warranty but was told because the back case was cracked from a drop (not even screen damage), they would need to repair that first for $1000 before they would fix the power up issue under warranty. So I think the take-away is don't count on the warranty if you have any cracks or physical damage regardless if it's related to failure! Very disappointed and won't purchase again due to the support. Pic attached to show the cracked back that caused the rejection of warranty so you can gauge!

    Oct 21, 2021 11:39
  • Review by NitevisionFrtBckNoFilter, 10 out of 10
    Of you truly want a phone because you are a weirdo

    I in love with this phone.

    Thougj, you cannot finf a case for the 2020 edition anywhere !!!

    Love it it's quick, touch accuracy is unreal

    Camera is great!

    Cons: my GPS has been not been function since I purchase it wahhh

    Nov 06, 2020 20:28
  • Review by Oleg, 10 out of 10
    Motorola delivered a superb phone

    Nostalgia came true... It's so satisfying to use these type of the devices and remember when 10-15 years back you can finish your call by just closing your phone. And now Motorola delivers it to you - amazing quality, no reliability issues, super feelings and one of the best (and different) phones I ever used so far. Of course camera and battery life could be better, but you can't beat that style and nostalgia... And do not forget about Retro mode!

    Apr 11, 2021 11:36
  • Review by Anonymous, 8 out of 10
    Good phone.

    I've been pretty concerned about the quality of this device. I agree with the other reviewers, I probably wouldn't have bought it if it wasn't 400.00 off. I do like it though! It's so conveniently small that it can fit in my pockets. (Hard thing to do with women's jeans.) And the battery lasts me all day long. My previous phone was the S8, so this phone is at least 2x better in specs from what I've seen so far. It's definitely still an upgrade to me, but not flagship status. As far as the phone goes, it has that little creeky noise that people talk about. It's barely audible to me, so it doesn't bother me. I am seeing some issues with group text messages though, which is unusual. Sometimes they're not downloaded right away, so I have to click on them to download. When that happens, they're not in order so it's a little harder to understand the context of my messages sometimes. It’s also very hard to find a good case. I bought one from Amazon, and it pops off the phone while it’s in my pocket. My advice would be to spend a little bit more to get the protection that you need. There is also 2 bends on the screen which is a bit off putting. Sometimes if the screen is a little dirty, it’s more noticeable but you can’t tell at all if the screen isn’t off. All in all though, I like it and would buy it again! The convenience of having a smaller phone has been great. The front facing screen is lots of fun when taking selfies or controlling different apps. I just wish that we could have more than 6 app shortcuts. It’s pretty amazing to control my Google Home app without ever having to open the phone.

    Nov 14, 2020 16:58
  • Review by Phone531, 10 out of 10
    Best folding smartphone to date

    Best folding phone to date. Best design and uses stock Android. Great camera and battery life. And the outer screen is very usable this time.

    Feb 26, 2021 18:18
  • Review by KenF, 10 out of 10
    Love This Phone

    I have to say I really LOVE this phone despite some of its shortcomings (this is my second one). I love being able to answer and end calls by opening or closing the flip and I love not needing to try and find shorts and pants with a special cell phone pocket in them to accommodate today’s oversized phones (I would never keep a wallet or cell phone in a hip pocket). Of course Samsung makes a very similar foldable phone and in some areas it’s better than the Motorola but there are basically two reason why I chose the Razr over the Z-Flip. The first reason is the much larger and more functional outer display on the Razr. And the second reason is that I just think the Razr is much better looking than the the Z-flip. Aesthetics are just really important to me and I guess I also really miss the days when there were many different unique looking phones out there. Unfortunately the Z-flip just looks like every other phone sold today except that it folds in half.

    Naturally there are some downsides to the Razr but for me personally the pros just out weight the cons. Still I guess I should probably at least mention what those cons are. First off, the battery life is pretty short by today’s standards. In fact, the standby time alone (not using it at all) is about half the current standby time on my 3-year old Motorola One, a phone that weighs one ounce less than the Razr. If you are a heavy data user or gamer – I am not – then this might be a big problem for you. And a short battery life is not only inconvenient in the moment but it can also lead to the battery needing to be replaced sooner. After all, the more times a week you plug your phone into the charger the faster the battery will degrade over time. And I shutter to think what a battery replacement will cost on this phone. Another thing that heavy users might not like is that fact that when the processor is being overtaxed this thing gets REALLY hot.

    Furthermore, although I love the design of this phone overal, there are a few things I would change. First of all, I would move the volume/shortcut button much closer to the hinge. This way it would be right under your thumb with the flip closed and at least closer to your thumb with the flip open. The current location is a problem because during one handed operation you have to shift the phone either up of down in your hand to use the button and this increases the likelihood that you will drop the phone in the process. Also on those occasions when you are opening the flip two handed rather than one handed you invariably accidentally push this button which shuts off the ringer and makes you think you missed the call.

    I also really wish that this phone had a memory card slot and that it was a true dual sim phone. It currently has an e-sim and a regular sim but unfortunately both sims cannot be active at once - this despite Motorola stating a year ago that they would eventually come out with a firmware upgrade to make this possible. Traveling overseas a lot I have always preferred dual sim phones because you can not only insert a sim from the country you are visiting to get a local number but you can also leave your home number active at the same time.

    As I mentioned earlier, this is actually my second Razr 5G. Back when I bought the first one Best Buy did not have them in silver, which is the color I really wanted at the time, so once they started carrying the silver ones I just waited for a half off sale and picked one up. I was originally going to then sell off the Graphite model, which I also got at a substantial discount, but after learning how expensive repairs are on this phone I may just keep the other one as a back-up phone. Apparently if you drop the phone and crack the front glass your only repair option is to send it to Motorola and they will charge you $1000 to repair or replace it (if this is no longer the case please let us know, Motorola). Anyway, knowing this makes me extremely paranoid about dropping the thing, and lets face it, using a case just ruins the look of this beautiful phone. And since the Motorola insurance options are not that much less than what I paid for this phone on sale I think keeping the first one as a back-up is just the smart way to go.

    The bottom line is, if you are one of those people who absolutely has to have the latest and the greatest processor, cameras, display resolution, etc. – whether you actually truly need these things or not – then this might not be the phone for you. But if on the other hand having a very unique and attractive flip phone is a big part of the draw for you and those other things are not as important then this is definitely the phone for you.

    Oct 22, 2021 21:07
  • Review by MNwildone, 8 out of 10
    RAZR revisited

    Love folding this phone like I used to be able to with the former generation razr. It’s nice to have room in my pocket besides the phone. It’s somewhat bigger than the old razr but only about half that of most phones these days and fits nicely in my hand.

    Really like the outer display, can check messages, run many apps, control phone functions etc. without having to open the phone up.

    Has great battery life (typically 2 days worth or more) although I’m not a power user but seems to do all i need to do quickly and with ease. It has 5G and have noted getting about 4x the 4G cell data rates over my old phone on Verizon. Connects reliably for hotspot use in an area with marginal cell signal while surfing at the cabin.

    It’s built well but kind of slippery and hard to open without pushing one of the side buttons. Both of these are minor gripes and can be resolved with a textured cover and small tabs on the upper half of the phone.

    All in all I’m pretty happy with my new RAZR that I got for $580 off the original price during the Black Friday specials.

    Dec 14, 2020 20:53
  • 7.8score
    Motorola - moto razr 2020 5G (Unlocked) - Silver
    Description

    Introducing the new motorola razr, where iconic, flippable design meets the latest 5G speed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor in an unmistakably modern look. When closed, the convenient Quick View display keeps you connected. Take beautiful photos with the 48 MP with OIS and Quad Pixel technology doubles as an advanced selfie camera. Flip open and continue your experience on a 6.2” pOLED full touchscreen. Pocketable meets powerful with an all-day battery and Turbo Power charging. Discover the new razr. Android 10Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    15 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 Processor: Get relentless performance with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor. Keep running smoothly with a whopping 8GB memory. Enjoy 256GB of room for photos, music, movies, and games, and never give storage a second thought.
  • Universal Unlocked: 4G compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, Metro by T-Mobile, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 5G* Speed: Download your favorite movies in minutes. Stream with virtually no buffering and video chat without lag. Compatible with T-Mobile's 5G* network now. Ready for 5G* on other networks dependent on carrier availability.
  • 48MP Camera: The 48MP*** camera comes with OIS and Quad Pixel technology so that you can capture sharper photos with 4x better low light sensitivity. It also doubles as a selfie camera with the phone flipped closed. With the 20MP rear camera, choose the 1.6µm Quad Pixel mode for 5MP photos.
  • 6.2" Foldable pOLED Touchscreen Display: Revolutionary flexible material allows the gorgeous 6.2” pOLED display to fold in half, fitting comfortably in your palm or pocket. Precision-crafted metal and glass on the new razr add a thoroughly modern look to the unmistakable iconic design.
  • 8GB RAM + 256GB**** Storage: Experience instant response times and ultra-fast performance with 8GB of RAM and 256GB**** of storage.
  • All-day battery** + Turbo Charging: Go up to 24 hours** without recharging, and then fuel up fast with TurboPower.
  • Iconic. Pocketable Design: The re-invented flip phone returns with a modern twist, crafted with premium materials and a main display that folds in half.
  • Interactive Quick View Display: Stay connected even while the phone is closed with the 2.7" gOLED display—reply to messages, skip songs, get directions, and more.
  • Superior Photos, Open & Closed: Enjoy brighter photos in low light with a 48 MP*** camera and optical image stabilization on the most advanced selfie camera of any smartphone.
  • Moto Experiences: Use natural gestures to access your favorite features and apps quickly and intuitively, such as quick capture, fast flashlight, three-finger screenshot and more.
  • Best Of Android OS: Get a more pure version of Android OS with motorola razr. No clunky software skins. No duplicate apps. Just the best phone for Android lovers, hands down.
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot Ready: Motorola razr offers Wi-fi hotspot connectivity in 2.4 GHz + 5 GHz for the best experience.
  • Moto Gametime: Add touch-enabled shoulder buttons to the top edge of the device for the most immersive, console-like gaming experience on the go. It also automatically blocks interruptions and gives you access to game-enhancing apps and tools.
  • My UX: Customize your home screen with unique fonts, colors, and icon shapes. Use simple gestures to access your phone’s camera, flashlight, and other key features. With My UX, your phone looks and functions the way you want it to.
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by StevenK, 10 out of 10
    Awesome phone great reboot

    Excellent working phone with all bugs and flaws worked out in generation two. Totally recommended for anyone who wants a functional phone and the ability to turn heads when you have the retro mode on and the “Hello Moto” ring tone go off. Great but worth every penny!!

    Jun 13, 2021 17:38
  • Review by Display12, 2 out of 10
    Nice phone, but useless factory warranty

    The phone itself had been performing well until just a few weeks ago when it stopped powering up. I sent it in for warranty but was told because the back case was cracked from a drop (not even screen damage), they would need to repair that first for $1000 before they would fix the power up issue under warranty. So I think the take-away is don't count on the warranty if you have any cracks or physical damage regardless if it's related to failure! Very disappointed and won't purchase again due to the support. Pic attached to show the cracked back that caused the rejection of warranty so you can gauge!

    Oct 21, 2021 11:39
  • Review by NitevisionFrtBckNoFilter, 10 out of 10
    Of you truly want a phone because you are a weirdo

    I in love with this phone.

    Thougj, you cannot finf a case for the 2020 edition anywhere !!!

    Love it it's quick, touch accuracy is unreal

    Camera is great!

    Cons: my GPS has been not been function since I purchase it wahhh

    Nov 06, 2020 20:28
  • Review by Oleg, 10 out of 10
    Motorola delivered a superb phone

    Nostalgia came true... It's so satisfying to use these type of the devices and remember when 10-15 years back you can finish your call by just closing your phone. And now Motorola delivers it to you - amazing quality, no reliability issues, super feelings and one of the best (and different) phones I ever used so far. Of course camera and battery life could be better, but you can't beat that style and nostalgia... And do not forget about Retro mode!

    Apr 11, 2021 11:36
  • Review by Anonymous, 8 out of 10
    Good phone.

    I've been pretty concerned about the quality of this device. I agree with the other reviewers, I probably wouldn't have bought it if it wasn't 400.00 off. I do like it though! It's so conveniently small that it can fit in my pockets. (Hard thing to do with women's jeans.) And the battery lasts me all day long. My previous phone was the S8, so this phone is at least 2x better in specs from what I've seen so far. It's definitely still an upgrade to me, but not flagship status. As far as the phone goes, it has that little creeky noise that people talk about. It's barely audible to me, so it doesn't bother me. I am seeing some issues with group text messages though, which is unusual. Sometimes they're not downloaded right away, so I have to click on them to download. When that happens, they're not in order so it's a little harder to understand the context of my messages sometimes. It’s also very hard to find a good case. I bought one from Amazon, and it pops off the phone while it’s in my pocket. My advice would be to spend a little bit more to get the protection that you need. There is also 2 bends on the screen which is a bit off putting. Sometimes if the screen is a little dirty, it’s more noticeable but you can’t tell at all if the screen isn’t off. All in all though, I like it and would buy it again! The convenience of having a smaller phone has been great. The front facing screen is lots of fun when taking selfies or controlling different apps. I just wish that we could have more than 6 app shortcuts. It’s pretty amazing to control my Google Home app without ever having to open the phone.

    Nov 14, 2020 16:58
  • Review by Phone531, 10 out of 10
    Best folding smartphone to date

    Best folding phone to date. Best design and uses stock Android. Great camera and battery life. And the outer screen is very usable this time.

    Feb 26, 2021 18:18
  • Review by KenF, 10 out of 10
    Love This Phone

    I have to say I really LOVE this phone despite some of its shortcomings (this is my second one). I love being able to answer and end calls by opening or closing the flip and I love not needing to try and find shorts and pants with a special cell phone pocket in them to accommodate today’s oversized phones (I would never keep a wallet or cell phone in a hip pocket). Of course Samsung makes a very similar foldable phone and in some areas it’s better than the Motorola but there are basically two reason why I chose the Razr over the Z-Flip. The first reason is the much larger and more functional outer display on the Razr. And the second reason is that I just think the Razr is much better looking than the the Z-flip. Aesthetics are just really important to me and I guess I also really miss the days when there were many different unique looking phones out there. Unfortunately the Z-flip just looks like every other phone sold today except that it folds in half.

    Naturally there are some downsides to the Razr but for me personally the pros just out weight the cons. Still I guess I should probably at least mention what those cons are. First off, the battery life is pretty short by today’s standards. In fact, the standby time alone (not using it at all) is about half the current standby time on my 3-year old Motorola One, a phone that weighs one ounce less than the Razr. If you are a heavy data user or gamer – I am not – then this might be a big problem for you. And a short battery life is not only inconvenient in the moment but it can also lead to the battery needing to be replaced sooner. After all, the more times a week you plug your phone into the charger the faster the battery will degrade over time. And I shutter to think what a battery replacement will cost on this phone. Another thing that heavy users might not like is that fact that when the processor is being overtaxed this thing gets REALLY hot.

    Furthermore, although I love the design of this phone overal, there are a few things I would change. First of all, I would move the volume/shortcut button much closer to the hinge. This way it would be right under your thumb with the flip closed and at least closer to your thumb with the flip open. The current location is a problem because during one handed operation you have to shift the phone either up of down in your hand to use the button and this increases the likelihood that you will drop the phone in the process. Also on those occasions when you are opening the flip two handed rather than one handed you invariably accidentally push this button which shuts off the ringer and makes you think you missed the call.

    I also really wish that this phone had a memory card slot and that it was a true dual sim phone. It currently has an e-sim and a regular sim but unfortunately both sims cannot be active at once - this despite Motorola stating a year ago that they would eventually come out with a firmware upgrade to make this possible. Traveling overseas a lot I have always preferred dual sim phones because you can not only insert a sim from the country you are visiting to get a local number but you can also leave your home number active at the same time.

    As I mentioned earlier, this is actually my second Razr 5G. Back when I bought the first one Best Buy did not have them in silver, which is the color I really wanted at the time, so once they started carrying the silver ones I just waited for a half off sale and picked one up. I was originally going to then sell off the Graphite model, which I also got at a substantial discount, but after learning how expensive repairs are on this phone I may just keep the other one as a back-up phone. Apparently if you drop the phone and crack the front glass your only repair option is to send it to Motorola and they will charge you $1000 to repair or replace it (if this is no longer the case please let us know, Motorola). Anyway, knowing this makes me extremely paranoid about dropping the thing, and lets face it, using a case just ruins the look of this beautiful phone. And since the Motorola insurance options are not that much less than what I paid for this phone on sale I think keeping the first one as a back-up is just the smart way to go.

    The bottom line is, if you are one of those people who absolutely has to have the latest and the greatest processor, cameras, display resolution, etc. – whether you actually truly need these things or not – then this might not be the phone for you. But if on the other hand having a very unique and attractive flip phone is a big part of the draw for you and those other things are not as important then this is definitely the phone for you.

    Oct 22, 2021 21:07
  • Review by MNwildone, 8 out of 10
    RAZR revisited

    Love folding this phone like I used to be able to with the former generation razr. It’s nice to have room in my pocket besides the phone. It’s somewhat bigger than the old razr but only about half that of most phones these days and fits nicely in my hand.

    Really like the outer display, can check messages, run many apps, control phone functions etc. without having to open the phone up.

    Has great battery life (typically 2 days worth or more) although I’m not a power user but seems to do all i need to do quickly and with ease. It has 5G and have noted getting about 4x the 4G cell data rates over my old phone on Verizon. Connects reliably for hotspot use in an area with marginal cell signal while surfing at the cabin.

    It’s built well but kind of slippery and hard to open without pushing one of the side buttons. Both of these are minor gripes and can be resolved with a textured cover and small tabs on the upper half of the phone.

    All in all I’m pretty happy with my new RAZR that I got for $580 off the original price during the Black Friday specials.

    Dec 14, 2020 20:53
  • 7.8score
    Motorola - moto razr 5G 256GB (Unlocked) - Polished Graphite
    Description

    Introducing the new motorola razr, where iconic, flippable design meets the latest 5G speed with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor in an unmistakably modern look. When closed, the convenient Quick View display keeps you connected. Take beautiful photos with the 48 MP with OIS and Quad Pixel technology doubles as an advanced selfie camera. Flip open and continue your experience on a 6.2” pOLED full touchscreen. Pocketable meets powerful with an all-day battery and Turbo Power charging. Discover the new razr.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    15 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 Processor: Get relentless performance with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor. Keep running smoothly with a whopping 8GB memory. Enjoy 256GB of room for photos, music, movies, and games, and never give storage a second thought.
  • Universal Unlocked: 4G compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, Metro by T-Mobile, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 5G* Speed: Download your favorite movies in minutes. Stream with virtually no buffering and video chat without lag. Compatible with T-Mobile's 5G* network now. Ready for 5G* on other networks dependent on carrier availability.
  • 48MP Camera: The 48MP*** camera comes with OIS and Quad Pixel technology so that you can capture sharper photos with 4x better low light sensitivity. It also doubles as a selfie camera with the phone flipped closed. With the 20MP rear camera, choose the 1.6µm Quad Pixel mode for 5MP photos.
  • 6.2" Foldable pOLED Touchscreen Display: Revolutionary flexible material allows the gorgeous 6.2” pOLED display to fold in half, fitting comfortably in your palm or pocket. Precision-crafted metal and glass on the new razr add a thoroughly modern look to the unmistakable iconic design.
  • 8GB RAM + 256GB**** Storage: Experience instant response times and ultra-fast performance with 8GB of RAM and 256GB**** of storage.
  • All-day battery** + Turbo Charging: Go up to 24 hours** without recharging, and then fuel up fast with TurboPower.
  • Iconic. Pocketable Design: The re-invented flip phone returns with a modern twist, crafted with premium materials and a main display that folds in half.
  • Interactive Quick View Display: Stay connected even while the phone is closed with the 2.7" gOLED display—reply to messages, skip songs, get directions, and more.
  • Superior Photos, Open & Closed: Enjoy brighter photos in low light with a 48 MP*** camera and optical image stabilization on the most advanced selfie camera of any smartphone.
  • Moto Experiences: Use natural gestures to access your favorite features and apps quickly and intuitively, such as quick capture, fast flashlight, three-finger screenshot and more.
  • Best Of Android OS: Get a more pure version of Android OS with motorola razr. No clunky software skins. No duplicate apps. Just the best phone for Android lovers, hands down.
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot Ready: Motorola razr offers Wi-fi hotspot connectivity in 2.4 GHz + 5 GHz for the best experience.
  • Moto Gametime: Add touch-enabled shoulder buttons to the top edge of the device for the most immersive, console-like gaming experience on the go. It also automatically blocks interruptions and gives you access to game-enhancing apps and tools.
  • My UX: Customize your home screen with unique fonts, colors, and icon shapes. Use simple gestures to access your phone’s camera, flashlight, and other key features. With My UX, your phone looks and functions the way you want it to.
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  • Review by StevenK, 10 out of 10
    Awesome phone great reboot

    Excellent working phone with all bugs and flaws worked out in generation two. Totally recommended for anyone who wants a functional phone and the ability to turn heads when you have the retro mode on and the “Hello Moto” ring tone go off. Great but worth every penny!!

    Jun 13, 2021 17:38
  • Review by Display12, 2 out of 10
    Nice phone, but useless factory warranty

    The phone itself had been performing well until just a few weeks ago when it stopped powering up. I sent it in for warranty but was told because the back case was cracked from a drop (not even screen damage), they would need to repair that first for $1000 before they would fix the power up issue under warranty. So I think the take-away is don't count on the warranty if you have any cracks or physical damage regardless if it's related to failure! Very disappointed and won't purchase again due to the support. Pic attached to show the cracked back that caused the rejection of warranty so you can gauge!

    Oct 21, 2021 11:39
  • Review by NitevisionFrtBckNoFilter, 10 out of 10
    Of you truly want a phone because you are a weirdo

    I in love with this phone.

    Thougj, you cannot finf a case for the 2020 edition anywhere !!!

    Love it it's quick, touch accuracy is unreal

    Camera is great!

    Cons: my GPS has been not been function since I purchase it wahhh

    Nov 06, 2020 20:28
  • Review by Oleg, 10 out of 10
    Motorola delivered a superb phone

    Nostalgia came true... It's so satisfying to use these type of the devices and remember when 10-15 years back you can finish your call by just closing your phone. And now Motorola delivers it to you - amazing quality, no reliability issues, super feelings and one of the best (and different) phones I ever used so far. Of course camera and battery life could be better, but you can't beat that style and nostalgia... And do not forget about Retro mode!

    Apr 11, 2021 11:36
  • Review by Anonymous, 8 out of 10
    Good phone.

    I've been pretty concerned about the quality of this device. I agree with the other reviewers, I probably wouldn't have bought it if it wasn't 400.00 off. I do like it though! It's so conveniently small that it can fit in my pockets. (Hard thing to do with women's jeans.) And the battery lasts me all day long. My previous phone was the S8, so this phone is at least 2x better in specs from what I've seen so far. It's definitely still an upgrade to me, but not flagship status. As far as the phone goes, it has that little creeky noise that people talk about. It's barely audible to me, so it doesn't bother me. I am seeing some issues with group text messages though, which is unusual. Sometimes they're not downloaded right away, so I have to click on them to download. When that happens, they're not in order so it's a little harder to understand the context of my messages sometimes. It’s also very hard to find a good case. I bought one from Amazon, and it pops off the phone while it’s in my pocket. My advice would be to spend a little bit more to get the protection that you need. There is also 2 bends on the screen which is a bit off putting. Sometimes if the screen is a little dirty, it’s more noticeable but you can’t tell at all if the screen isn’t off. All in all though, I like it and would buy it again! The convenience of having a smaller phone has been great. The front facing screen is lots of fun when taking selfies or controlling different apps. I just wish that we could have more than 6 app shortcuts. It’s pretty amazing to control my Google Home app without ever having to open the phone.

    Nov 14, 2020 16:58
  • Review by Phone531, 10 out of 10
    Best folding smartphone to date

    Best folding phone to date. Best design and uses stock Android. Great camera and battery life. And the outer screen is very usable this time.

    Feb 26, 2021 18:18
  • Review by KenF, 10 out of 10
    Love This Phone

    I have to say I really LOVE this phone despite some of its shortcomings (this is my second one). I love being able to answer and end calls by opening or closing the flip and I love not needing to try and find shorts and pants with a special cell phone pocket in them to accommodate today’s oversized phones (I would never keep a wallet or cell phone in a hip pocket). Of course Samsung makes a very similar foldable phone and in some areas it’s better than the Motorola but there are basically two reason why I chose the Razr over the Z-Flip. The first reason is the much larger and more functional outer display on the Razr. And the second reason is that I just think the Razr is much better looking than the the Z-flip. Aesthetics are just really important to me and I guess I also really miss the days when there were many different unique looking phones out there. Unfortunately the Z-flip just looks like every other phone sold today except that it folds in half.

    Naturally there are some downsides to the Razr but for me personally the pros just out weight the cons. Still I guess I should probably at least mention what those cons are. First off, the battery life is pretty short by today’s standards. In fact, the standby time alone (not using it at all) is about half the current standby time on my 3-year old Motorola One, a phone that weighs one ounce less than the Razr. If you are a heavy data user or gamer – I am not – then this might be a big problem for you. And a short battery life is not only inconvenient in the moment but it can also lead to the battery needing to be replaced sooner. After all, the more times a week you plug your phone into the charger the faster the battery will degrade over time. And I shutter to think what a battery replacement will cost on this phone. Another thing that heavy users might not like is that fact that when the processor is being overtaxed this thing gets REALLY hot.

    Furthermore, although I love the design of this phone overal, there are a few things I would change. First of all, I would move the volume/shortcut button much closer to the hinge. This way it would be right under your thumb with the flip closed and at least closer to your thumb with the flip open. The current location is a problem because during one handed operation you have to shift the phone either up of down in your hand to use the button and this increases the likelihood that you will drop the phone in the process. Also on those occasions when you are opening the flip two handed rather than one handed you invariably accidentally push this button which shuts off the ringer and makes you think you missed the call.

    I also really wish that this phone had a memory card slot and that it was a true dual sim phone. It currently has an e-sim and a regular sim but unfortunately both sims cannot be active at once - this despite Motorola stating a year ago that they would eventually come out with a firmware upgrade to make this possible. Traveling overseas a lot I have always preferred dual sim phones because you can not only insert a sim from the country you are visiting to get a local number but you can also leave your home number active at the same time.

    As I mentioned earlier, this is actually my second Razr 5G. Back when I bought the first one Best Buy did not have them in silver, which is the color I really wanted at the time, so once they started carrying the silver ones I just waited for a half off sale and picked one up. I was originally going to then sell off the Graphite model, which I also got at a substantial discount, but after learning how expensive repairs are on this phone I may just keep the other one as a back-up phone. Apparently if you drop the phone and crack the front glass your only repair option is to send it to Motorola and they will charge you $1000 to repair or replace it (if this is no longer the case please let us know, Motorola). Anyway, knowing this makes me extremely paranoid about dropping the thing, and lets face it, using a case just ruins the look of this beautiful phone. And since the Motorola insurance options are not that much less than what I paid for this phone on sale I think keeping the first one as a back-up is just the smart way to go.

    The bottom line is, if you are one of those people who absolutely has to have the latest and the greatest processor, cameras, display resolution, etc. – whether you actually truly need these things or not – then this might not be the phone for you. But if on the other hand having a very unique and attractive flip phone is a big part of the draw for you and those other things are not as important then this is definitely the phone for you.

    Oct 22, 2021 21:07
  • Review by MNwildone, 8 out of 10
    RAZR revisited

    Love folding this phone like I used to be able to with the former generation razr. It’s nice to have room in my pocket besides the phone. It’s somewhat bigger than the old razr but only about half that of most phones these days and fits nicely in my hand.

    Really like the outer display, can check messages, run many apps, control phone functions etc. without having to open the phone up.

    Has great battery life (typically 2 days worth or more) although I’m not a power user but seems to do all i need to do quickly and with ease. It has 5G and have noted getting about 4x the 4G cell data rates over my old phone on Verizon. Connects reliably for hotspot use in an area with marginal cell signal while surfing at the cabin.

    It’s built well but kind of slippery and hard to open without pushing one of the side buttons. Both of these are minor gripes and can be resolved with a textured cover and small tabs on the upper half of the phone.

    All in all I’m pretty happy with my new RAZR that I got for $580 off the original price during the Black Friday specials.

    Dec 14, 2020 20:53
  • 7.8score
    Apple - Preowned iPhone X with 64GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked) - Silver
    Description

    Choose a carrier with this unlocked Apple iPhone X smartphone. The 64GB of internal memory offers plenty of space for apps and files, and the A11 processor ensures seamless performance. This Apple iPhone X smartphone boasts a 5.8-inch Super Retina HD display, delivering crystal clear images, while the 12.0MP wide-angle and telephoto cameras capture professional-quality photographs.Apple Brand Store at Best Buy.Shop more Apple productsBenefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    10 Features
  • Preowned: This phone is guaranteed to be fully functional with some cosmetic blemishes. It comes in non-original packaging with a charger and data cable.
  • Apple A11 Fusion chip with Neural Engine: Delivers outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
  • Apple iOS 11: With iOS 11, iPhone X is a powerful, personal, and intelligent device. It opens up to amazing possibilities for augmented reality in both games and apps.
  • Universal unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 4G LTE speed: This smartphone provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
  • 5.8" Super Retina HD display with HDR and True Tone: The extra-large screen with 2436 x 1125 resolution is matched with a slim body to comfortably fit in your hand.
  • 12.0MP camera with Optical Image Stabilization and Live Photos: Fast enough to catch just about anything and smart enough to understand what it sees.
  • 64GB internal memory: Provides plenty of storage space for your contacts, music, apps and more.
  • Face ID technology: Offers secure authentication and Apple Pay.
  • Splash-, water-, and dust-resistant design: iPhone X is splash-, water-, and dust-resistant and was tested under controlled laboratory conditions with a rating of IP67 under IEC standard 60529.*
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  • Review by iPhoneXislive, 8 out of 10
    Pre-owned, good as new; more than enough features

    The phone is in excellent condition and packed with charger and cord. Has been performing without fault for a month. The iPhone X has been off the market long enough that finding a shock resistant case for it in local brick and mortar retail outlets was more difficult than finding the phone! Eventually found a compostable case for it.

    Would definitely look for pre-owned again.

    Sep 10, 2021 21:51
  • Review by Sukhram, 6 out of 10
    Phone is good, but previous uses was rough

    NOT a bad, but was expecting better in this price. Scratches are visible on screen. Battery condition is 84% health.

    Jun 12, 2021 09:06
  • Review by Mexican83, 10 out of 10
    iPhone

    Nice iPhone easy to use perfec for a gift o personal phone a lot space inside

    Jan 24, 2021 10:56
  • Review by Spicy, 10 out of 10
    Excellent camera

    Excellent device very satisfied over all.. came earlier than expected

    Apr 17, 2020 21:18
  • Review by Isabel, 10 out of 10
    Best purchase ever I

    The phone works perfect, love it, highly recommended it

    Nov 05, 2021 18:12
  • Review by David, 2 out of 10
    iPhone X more like iphone busted

    It really shows that they don’t check the product the battery was damaged so was the front speaker why sell me a defective phone I understand it’s pre owned but honestly just prc the item

    Jun 18, 2021 13:55
  • Review by turbo, 10 out of 10
    MINT CONDITION / 85% battery life

    I was in the market to purchase a used/refurbished iPhone X. There are plenty online venders you can purchase from. I went with BestBuy just because I can pick up locally and wouldn't have to wait.

    I also was leaning towards BestBuy since they advertise as "PreOwned" which I prefer because I would like the OEM display & Battery.

    I took a risk , seeing the reviews of some devices having scratches or bad batteries.

    I am pleased to say I have received a MINT CONDITION iPhone X !

    There is not a single scratch or dent except for a small mark on the top , but who cares when a case is on 24/7

    the only thing I would note is the BATTERY LIFE is at 85%.

    not too bad but will be getting serviced soon.

    I was also worried about the display but everything checked out on the "3utools " device verification. ( 98% )

    below I have attached pictures / please note i have installed a screen protector.

    Jul 18, 2021 20:21
  • Review by bculbz, 8 out of 10
    Overall what you can expect from a pre-owned devic

    I was kind of dubious when buying a pre-owned device but then once I got it, the device was in great condition. The only think that I could see was that the battery health for it was at like 86% but you could always just buy a replacement for it which is pretty easy.

    Jul 04, 2020 13:13
  • 7.6score
    Apple - Preowned iPhone X with 256GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked) - Space Gray
    Description

    Stay connected with this preowned Apple iPhone X smartphone. The 5.8-inch Super Retina HD display and the ultrawide and telephoto cameras let you capture high-quality low-light photos, while Face ID enhances security. This slim gray Apple iPhone X smartphone has 256GB of space that handles lots of photos and videos.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    10 Features
  • Preowned: This phone is guaranteed to be fully functional with some cosmetic blemishes. It comes in non-original packaging with a charger and data cable.
  • Apple A11 Fusion chip with Neural Engine: Delivers outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus and more.
  • iOS 11 operating system: Reliable security combines with a seamless interface between your phone and a wide variety of Apple devices.
  • Universal unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • 4G LTE speed: This smartphone provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
  • 5.8" Super Retina HD display: The high-definition touch screen displays texts, e-mails, games, photos, and videos with clarity.
  • Dual 12.0MP wide and telephoto rear-facing cameras: Record your favorite memories with good resolution and enough detail for print. It also includes a 7.0MP TrueDepth front-facing camera for self-portraits and videos.
  • 256GB internal memory: Extensive storage space for your contacts, music, photos, apps and more.
  • Face ID technology: Offers secure authentication and Apple Pay.
  • Splash-, water-, and dust-resistant design: iPhone X is splash-, water-, and dust-resistant and was tested under controlled laboratory conditions with a rating of IP67 under IEC standard 60529.*
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  • Review by iPhoneXislive, 8 out of 10
    Pre-owned, good as new; more than enough features

    The phone is in excellent condition and packed with charger and cord. Has been performing without fault for a month. The iPhone X has been off the market long enough that finding a shock resistant case for it in local brick and mortar retail outlets was more difficult than finding the phone! Eventually found a compostable case for it.

    Would definitely look for pre-owned again.

    Sep 10, 2021 21:51
  • Review by Sukhram, 6 out of 10
    Phone is good, but previous uses was rough

    NOT a bad, but was expecting better in this price. Scratches are visible on screen. Battery condition is 84% health.

    Jun 12, 2021 09:06
  • Review by Mexican83, 10 out of 10
    iPhone

    Nice iPhone easy to use perfec for a gift o personal phone a lot space inside

    Jan 24, 2021 10:56
  • Review by Spicy, 10 out of 10
    Excellent camera

    Excellent device very satisfied over all.. came earlier than expected

    Apr 17, 2020 21:18
  • Review by Isabel, 10 out of 10
    Best purchase ever I

    The phone works perfect, love it, highly recommended it

    Nov 05, 2021 18:12
  • Review by David, 2 out of 10
    iPhone X more like iphone busted

    It really shows that they don’t check the product the battery was damaged so was the front speaker why sell me a defective phone I understand it’s pre owned but honestly just prc the item

    Jun 18, 2021 13:55
  • Review by turbo, 10 out of 10
    MINT CONDITION / 85% battery life

    I was in the market to purchase a used/refurbished iPhone X. There are plenty online venders you can purchase from. I went with BestBuy just because I can pick up locally and wouldn't have to wait.

    I also was leaning towards BestBuy since they advertise as "PreOwned" which I prefer because I would like the OEM display & Battery.

    I took a risk , seeing the reviews of some devices having scratches or bad batteries.

    I am pleased to say I have received a MINT CONDITION iPhone X !

    There is not a single scratch or dent except for a small mark on the top , but who cares when a case is on 24/7

    the only thing I would note is the BATTERY LIFE is at 85%.

    not too bad but will be getting serviced soon.

    I was also worried about the display but everything checked out on the "3utools " device verification. ( 98% )

    below I have attached pictures / please note i have installed a screen protector.

    Jul 18, 2021 20:21
  • Review by bculbz, 8 out of 10
    Overall what you can expect from a pre-owned devic

    I was kind of dubious when buying a pre-owned device but then once I got it, the device was in great condition. The only think that I could see was that the battery health for it was at like 86% but you could always just buy a replacement for it which is pretty easy.

    Jul 04, 2020 13:13
  • 7.6score
    Google - Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Pixel 4 XL with 64GB Cell Phone (Unlocked) - Just Black
    Description

    Geek Squad® Certified Refurbished products are thoroughly, painstakingly and lovingly tested, so you can be sure that your device will work right, right away. Learn more about Connect with friends or family and work seamlessly with this refurbished Google Pixel 4 XL smartphone. The 6.3-inch QHD+ OLED touchscreen display offers quality visuals for watching movies and browsing the internet, while the 64GB of internal storage provides ample storage for applications and files. This unlocked Google Pixel 4 XL smartphone has a 16MP camera for capturing crisp, detailed videos and photos.Benefits of unlocked phones.Learn more about why you may want an unlocked phone

    10 Features
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor: The octa-core 2.84GHz processor and 6GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, navigating menus and more.
  • 16.0MP and 12.2MP dual rear-facing camera: The software along with optical and electronic image stabilization helps you take studio-like photos anywhere, day or night. It also includes an 8.0MP front-facing camera for self-portraits and videos.
  • Motion Sense™: When you're driving, cooking, or enjoying your favorite tacos, Quick Gestures let you get things done without having to touch your phone.
  • New Google Assistant: Enjoy easy way to control your phone and get stuff done, such as searching YouTube, sharing photos, and finding a perfect pizza delivery.
  • Android 10: Offers new ways to control and customize your phone, including gesture navigation, dark theme, smart replies and much more.
  • Universal unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also works with prepaid carriers, including Cricket Wireless, Google Fi, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • LTE speed: Google Pixel 4 XL provides fast web connection for downloading apps, streaming content, and staying connected on social media.
  • 6.3" QHD+ OLED touch screen: The extra-large screen is matched with a slim body to comfortably fit in your hand. Offers 19:9 cinema-like screen ratio that's perfect for viewing videos, photos, and games.
  • 64GB internal memory: Provides plenty of storage space for your contacts, music, apps and more.
  • IP68 rating: The phone is protected from dust and can also withstand being submerged in 14' of static water.
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  • Review by BGeek, 10 out of 10
    Respect to refurbished

    Could not believe the condition for a refurbished, let alone the awesome low price for this 4 XL. Basically it was pretty much brand new. I had low expectations based on the low price, thinking I was going to return it.

    With that, what I love.

    PROS-

    design, speed, battery, software, camera, screen resolution(537ppi Pixel & 1440p x 3040px resolution)

    Neg-

    None really, battery lasts all day but I guess it could've been bigger at 4500 like the OnePlus 8T but 3700mah is good.

    Overall, great phone. Watching movies is so beautiful. Netflix, Disney, HBO Maxx have HDR and YouTube. Great multitasker type phone. I will not doubt reburished as much again.

    May 28, 2021 22:41
  • Review by Y2justin, 10 out of 10
    Great phone.

    Great phone. Great shape. No complaints. Love Googles vanilla android OS.

    Jul 09, 2021 15:29
  • Review by local, 10 out of 10
    Google Pixel 4xl.

    Great Phone. I've had Pixel's for years. Google updates regularly.

    May 14, 2021 15:36
  • Review by Logan, 10 out of 10
    I love this phone

    Google phones are fantastic I love to clean Android install The features are awesome I would recommend it The battery life's not as bad as people say Even with the 90 hertz refresh forced

    Mar 20, 2020 16:38
  • Review by kevo, 10 out of 10
    Good

    I am not a big fan of refurbished items, but this one works great. No issues...

    Mar 27, 2021 18:25
  • Review by experience0, 2 out of 10
    Microphone is not working

    Phone restored. Microphone is not working. This is the worst experience that took my time and money!

    Apr 03, 2020 15:23
  • Review by Nabil, 2 out of 10
    Google doesnt care - dont buy the phones

    Such a disappointing phone - I bought mine directly from Google and it was acting up for a month, I tried to get help from google and they gave standard suggestions for fixes, and did nothing. Then it completely shut down and they said i had to go get repairs, and would be without a phone up to a week. Then told me to call someone if I needed faster service (which is hilarious). I have had google Pixel since version 1 and the quality has deteriorated with each version - and you have no options when the phone craps out, unlike other providers. DONT BUY FROM GOOGLE!!!

    Sep 25, 2020 22:16
  • Review by Kyra77535, 6 out of 10
    Camera was a disappointment

    Like everything except the camera was a very big disappointment

    Apr 03, 2020 16:32
  • 7.6score
    Google - Pixel 6 Pro 256GB (Unlocked) - Stormy Black
    Description

    Introducing Pixel 6 Pro, the completely redesigned, fully loaded Google 5G phone.* With a powerful camera system, next-gen security, and the custom-built Google Tensor processor, it’s the smartest and fastest Pixel yet.

    8 Features
  • The processor made for Pixel.: Google Tensor is the first processor designed by Google, custom-made for Pixel with 12GB of RAM. You’ll notice the difference immediately. Pixel runs smoother, apps launch faster, and pages load quicker. And Pixel’s security chip helps protect your private data.
  • Universal Unlocked: Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
  • A powerful new camera system.: Capture finer details with a 50MP camera - including three pro-level lenses and a telephoto lens with 4x optical zoom.
  • Designed for daily life.: The 6.7-inch Smooth Display, up to 120Hz** is made with Corning® Gorilla® Glass Victus,™ the toughest Gorilla Glass yet. Its high refresh rate means smoother, more responsive gaming, scrolling, and moving between apps.
  • It’s everything a battery should be.: Pixel’s all-day Adaptive Battery is everything a battery should be. It can last beyond 24 hours, even on 5G.* It learns your favorite apps, so it doesn't waste power on ones you never use.
  • Secure to the core.: Google Tensor is the first processor with the security core built in, and it works with the next-gen Titan M2TM security chip.
  • You’re in control of your privacy.: Transparency is built into your Pixel. You have control over your phone’s mics and cameras.
  • Switching is simple.: It only takes a few steps to move messages, contacts, and photos from your old cell phone and get going on Pixel.*****
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  • Review by MaestroRJ, 10 out of 10
    The best Android experience ive had in a long time

    If you want a “Pure” Android Experience….then i recommend the Pixel 6 Pro…excellent photo/video…magic eraser…great battery life…i can go on…its based on your preference

    Oct 31, 2021 17:43
  • Review by ngerecitano, 10 out of 10
    Truly the best Google phone out there

    I've had a lot of Android phones theoughout the years. I even stayed home from work to preorder the G1, the original Google phone. In that time I've had an HTC One, Nexus 6P, Pixel XL, Pixel 3, and most recently, a Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G. The Pixel 6 Pro blows them all away. Granted, for most of those, the age of them is no comparison, but the Z Flip 3 is a matter of weeks old at this point and I'm already getting rid of it in favor of thr Pixel 6 Pro. The Z Flip 3 is cool and will turn heads, but the usability just isn't there because of the nature of the phone. Flip phones made more sense when phones did less, but now that these are pocket computers, the constant opening and closing of the phone just slows everything down. The bump in the middle of the screen is annoying as well from a touch and visibility standpoint. The battery life on the Z Flip 3 is garbage as well, and Samsung's interface, while close to Google's, just isnt as user friendly as pure Android. The Pixel 6 Pro is fast, has a beautiful screen, no folding, no bump in the middle of the screen, a huge battery, incredible cameras, amazing photo features, impressive live translation, and is just plain pretty. The only downside I've found on this phone so far is the fingerprint reader. It's not the fastest or most accurate I've used and I wish it was still on the back of the phone rather than on the screen. But, for the price and all the other features, that one shortcoming is definitely not a deal breaker. And knowing Google, they'll probably upgrade it via updates.

    Oct 30, 2021 10:46
  • Review by SadPixel, 4 out of 10
    Love the phone, wish it wouldn't freeze up though

    Great phone. Unfortunately the one I received has an issue where it likes to freeze up. This happens randomly. Sometimes while on browsing on Chrome, other times when it's idle. Not really sure why. Tried doing a factory reset and a clean activation without luck. Google offered to send me a refurbished phone, for a brand new phone that was released less than a week ago at the time I contacted them. They also would not send me a new phone (and place a hold charge on my card) until they received the defective one.

    Nov 07, 2021 12:18
  • Review by Borg, 10 out of 10
    Finally a Google flagship

    I was lucky enough to preorder the phone when it was announced and I couldn't be happier with out. I was nervous about the rounded screen but it isn't nearly as bad as I expected. The phone is a bit slick so I would recommend a case or a Dbrand skin

    Nov 04, 2021 12:54
  • Review by FloridaMan, 10 out of 10
    This is it, Chief

    Pixel with it's Google features with the benefits of a real flagship. Best phone I've used so far.

    Nov 01, 2021 23:48
  • Review by hdtvkeith, 8 out of 10
    Google's best attempt at a phone, but....

    Coming from a Pixel 3a XL this was a great jump forward, but the battery life is sad. Many battery tests the standard Pixel 6 beats the Pro. This phone really needed a 5500mAh battery and then I would be 5 stars across the board. As it is you need to disable 5G and lower refresh to 60Hz to get it to last decent time even with light to moderate use. It is a solid phone as long as you know what you are getting into. Compared to the Pixel 6 the $300 premium gets you 120Hz display (eats battery) and a better camera (if you take a lot of telephoto shots then this is worth it) I sent this back and got the 6. Maybe the Pixel 7 will be what the Pixel 6 should have been.

    Nov 10, 2021 06:11
  • Review by Matt, 10 out of 10
    Best phone out!

    Will not be disappointed with this phone! Very easy to cast your phone to any smart TV!

    Oct 30, 2021 08:19
  • Review by Kigerwoods, 4 out of 10
    Is this an Iphone?

    I was looking forward to this phone, but after 2 days all I can say is what a waste. Can't connect to my work WIFI because I can't find skip the certificate verification. Got rid of the soft buttons, might as well be an Iphone.

    Nov 07, 2021 02:52
  • 7.6score
    Nokia - 2.4 32GB (Unlocked) - Dusk
    Description

    Nokia 2.4 lasts up to 2 days with Adaptive Battery technology, takes detailed night shots with AI imaging and unlocks easily with your fingerprint or a glance. Bring great stories to life with the impressive 6.5” HD+ 20:9 screen. Plus, it’s ready for Android 11 and beyond so you can look forward to 2 years of Android upgrades and 3 years of monthly security updates.

    9 Features
  • Processor: MediaTek Helio P22, Processor Speed: 4x A53 2.0GHz/4x A53 1.5GHz, 2GB RAM
  • Network Compatibility: Compatible with GSM carriers, including T-Mobile. Also compatible with GSM SIM Kits, including Mint Mobile, Tracfone, Net10, MetroPCS, Boost Mobile and Simple Mobile.
  • Camera: Main Camera: 13.0MP + 2.0MP depth sensing, Single LED Flash w/ Advanced Dual Camera with Night mode and Portrait Mode -- Selfie Camera: 5.0MP
  • Memory: 32GB 2GB RAM - microSD, up to 512GB
  • Dual-SIM: Nano-SIM, dual stand-by. Dual SIM cards allow 2 phone numbers, one device.
  • Battery: A smarter, longer 2+ day battery life with 4500 mAh battery
  • Dimensions: 165.85 x 76.30 x 8.69 mm, Weight: 189 g
  • Display Screen: Display: 6.5” HD+ TFT Touchscreen, Resoultion: 1600 x 720 pixels
  • Operating System: Android 10
  • 8 Most Useful Reviews
  • Review by Spot, 8 out of 10
    Affordable

    Product is dual and it fits perfectly with my budget.

    Jan 07, 2021 03:06
  • Review by Marianna, 10 out of 10
    Surprisingly good phone!

    This phone gave me more than expected! It is sleek, slim and just a beautiful phone. It runs on android 10, Nokia boast the phone will auto update to android 11, which is a plus, not to mention security updates for up to 2-3 years. The screen is large, easy to read. I personally love the call screening feature. The phone also comes with a basic case for protection. I would recommend this phone.

    Dec 18, 2020 18:18
  • Review by ISMA, 6 out of 10
    Average phone

    Average quality phone. Touch doesn't work very smoothly.

    Nov 17, 2021 20:51
  • Review by Alex, 10 out of 10
    Good phone for reasonable price.

    Needed a good phone for a family member. It is a good phone for a reasonable price. It took some time to setup, but it is even above expectations.

    Oct 22, 2021 20:49
  • Review by Nicewatch, 8 out of 10
    Nokia phone