Here at Business Insider, we have the luxury to play around with a large number and wide variety of smartphones, and it’s my duty to rank them.
I take into account a smartphone’s price, design, features, and ecosystem, and I make the hard decisions to put certain smartphones ahead of others.
You’ll find in this list a variety of premium and mid-range smartphones I think you should seriously consider. With that said, these 20 smartphones are all excellent and they all deserve a good hard look before you make your purchase.
Here’s our list of the best smartphones you can buy.
Note: Prices may vary depending on the retailer.
20. BlackBerry Classic
If you were a BlackBerry fan in the company’s heyday, you’re going to love the BlackBerry Classic. It looks similar to older BlackBerry models but features a sharp touchscreen and an excellent physical keyboard.
Price: $ 173
19. BlackBerry KeyOne
The BlackBerry KeyOne with Android is the company’s successor to the Priv, which also ran Android and had a slide-out physical keyboard. With the KeyOne, BlackBerry returned to basics and kept the keyboard as a permanent exterior feature.
This could be a great device for those who want a physical keyboard but still want access to Google’s apps and services that aren’t available on other BlackBerry devices.
Price: $ 550
18. Samsung Galaxy Note 5
The Galaxy Note 5 is a killer big-screen phone, and it’s still technically the latest Galaxy Note phone you can buy as a result of the Galaxy Note 7’s exploding battery issues. Like previous versions of the Note, it has a large, vibrant display and a stylus for taking notes. The metal-and-glass design is great, too.
Price: $ 430