There's the Xperia 1 for those who want the best, and the Xperia 10 and 10 Plus for the budget crowd.
With the new year comes a new pair of smartphones from the company behind the Android platform.
It seems it was only a few months ago that Google announced the Pixel 3 and 3 XL with its somewhat disappointing design.
It seems they heard the critics and for the first time, will deliver. In 2010, it had just released the Motorola Droid, a phone so popular it led to all Android phones being called "Droids" by non-techies.
But there have been some rough years between then and now, and Motorola's latest "flagship" doesn't look like it will help get them off this path.
Thanks to a recent update, however, this is a problem of the past. With a specs page that ticks virtually every box and a price point that undercuts the competition by hundreds of dollars, it's hard to overlook this phone.
But before you get too excited, know that One Plus has repeatedly shown to be misleading with their official specs.
In 2019, Sony is mixing up its design, attempting to stand out among the sea of familiarity.
Instead of emulating Samsung with punch hole cameras, they decided to target a rare section of the market, content consumers.
The upcoming release, dubbed simply Android 10 (codename Android Q), was first released as a beta back in March 2019, so we've been digging around in it for several months.