If you're after a feature-packed phone but don't want to spend more than £450, then Samsung's two new mid-range phones could be worth a spot on your shortlist. Find out how the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G and A72 compare on features, and why their long security support period makes them worth considering.
If a phone is due to run out of software support in less than a year, it's no longer eligible for a Which? Best Buy. See why these security updates are so important, and check how long your phone will receive updates for in our mobile phone security tool.
If you're working to a £250 or smaller budget for your next mobile phone, there's lots of choice, particularly if you're eyeing up a Motorola or Samsung smartphone. See which of the two we rate for their cheaper handsets, and how long these brands provide vital security updates that keep your phone running safely for longer.
LG smartphones are no more. Find out if you should buy a discounted LG phone, and whether your current LG phone will still receive vital security updates.
Huawei phones released in 2020 and beyond are missing Google apps and services. Find out how this affects new releases such as the Huawei Mate 40 Pro and why Which? can no longer award its Best Buy recommendation for Huawei phones.
Find out how long your smartphone will be supported for, and which brand is your best bet for keeping your phone beyond your two year contract.
As Apple releases its latest security update, find out if you can get iOS 14.4 on your Apple device, how to download it, and the importance of regular security updates for keeping your phone or tablet secure.
Which? research reveals the smartphone brands that don't update your phone for as long as the handset lasts, leaving you with an insecure phone that may put your personal data at risk. We also explain how to best protect an unsupported phone if you can't yet upgrade.
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