Review of Android phones from 2023: Unveiling the best in tech


Android has options for everyone, whether you’re searching for a big or small phone, entry-level or top-of-the-line. And in contrast to Apple’s fixed release schedule, Google’s hardware partners continuously produce new products.

Google Pixel 7A

The technological elite favors Google’s software because of its efficiency, beauty, and simplicity. You may purchase the Pixel 7a for a reasonable price, which includes the software mentioned above as well as years’ worth of Android updates before the general public. While carriers do offer the Pixel 7a, we advise you to consider saving money by using an unlocked variant with a different (but equally dependable) carrier like Google Fi or US Mobile.


  • Solid performance
  • Above-average cameras
  • Unique design
  • Wireless charging


  • Wi-Fi disconnection issue in testing

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

Two distinct itches are rubbed out by the Galaxy S23 Ultra: It features a 10x optical zoom camera with 100x digital zoom, as well as an integrated S Pen stylus (similar to the now-defunct Galaxy Note). Despite the fact that there are other stylus-friendly phones, none of them have flagship specifications, let alone cameras with the zoom capabilities of the Samsung. Fantastic screen and best-in-class cellular reception complete the package.


  • Large, bright display
  • Speedy performance
  • Excellent cameras
  • S Pen integration
  • Solid battery life
  • Durable hardware
  • Strong software update commitment


  • Expensive
  • Big, heavy build

Motorola Moto Edge+

For Android phones right now, the Motorola Moto Edge+ offers the best blend of power, connection, and cost. It’s the mainstream leader thanks to its outstanding three-lens camera array, bright 6.7-inch display, and quick Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. At over 17 hours in our tests, battery life is likewise excellent.


  • Stellar battery life
  • Solid performance
  • Attractive curved screen
  • Rapid charging


  • Display is only 1080p
  • Finicky fingerprint reader

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 fixes every significant flaw that the Z Fold 4 has. It is much simpler to transport this highly powerful computer because to its smaller, lighter container and more compact form. Additionally, when folded, it no longer has the wedged shape and shuts flat. Although it is expensive, Samsung justifies it with a wealth of features, including multitasking, compatibility for the S Pen stylus, the most recent 5G and Wi-Fi radios, and quick performance.


  • Incredibly versatile
  • Excellent productivity software
  • Beautiful screens
  • Slimmer, lighter design than previous generation


  • Pricey
  • Odd speaker placement

Samsung Galaxy A14 5G

The Samsung Galaxy A14 5G’s extremely low cost is readily justified. A large 6.6-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate, superb performance, and many years of updates to keep your phone up to date are included. The phone’s continued inclusion of a 3.5mm headphone port and a microSD card slot is another feature we appreciate.


  • Large, sharp display with 90Hz refresh rate
  • Good performance for the price
  • Excellent software update policy


  • Not protected against dust or water
  • Screen is hard to see in sunlight

Google Pixel 7 Pro

Everything we enjoy about the Pixel 7 base is improved upon by the Pixel 7 Pro. A top-notch telephoto camera, additional RAM, and a larger, quicker screen are also added. For ardent Android users, it is worthwhile to take into account the fact that it keeps the stock Pixel software experience we enjoy.


  • Excellent photography features
  • Powerful software tools
  • Fast, pixel-rich display


  • Shorter battery life than the Pixel 7
  • Connectivity could be better

Motorola ThinkPhone

The robust Motorola ThinkPhone has a 144Hz screen, an extended battery life, and a superb IP68 classification that shields it from all types of dust and spills. The Ready For companion app gives business users access to a toolbelt full of enterprise features including app streaming, cross-device copy and pasting, and drag-and-drop file sharing with Windows PCs. 


  • Excellent performance
  • Speedy 144Hz display
  • Above-average battery life
  • Resistant to drops and water


  • Just-OK cameras

Samsung Galaxy S23

With its speedy performance, superb cameras, and excellent cellular reception, the Samsung Galaxy S23’s base model hits many of the same high notes as its two brothers. With a little lower battery life, this device is slightly more compact and less expensive.


  • Pocket-friendly size
  • Strong performance
  • Good battery life
  • Respectable cameras
  • Reasonable price


  • Slower charging than S23+ and S23 Ultra
  • No ultra-wideband (UWB) support


Without a doubt, 2023 has been a landmark year for Android smartphones, with manufacturers pushing the envelope of technology to create cutting-edge handsets that meet the wide range of consumer needs. The reviews and evaluations of these cell phones have shown a number of significant trends and noteworthy characteristics.

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