The Best Smartphones Featured at CES 2022

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The Consumer Electronics Show for 2022 was last week, and smartphone manufacturers showed off some of their most stunning handsets for the upcoming year. From Samsung’s newest Fan Edition Galaxy phone to OnePlus’s breathtaking flagship phones, numerous impressive phones are coming in 2022.

Today, we’re looking at some of the most exciting smartphones unveiled at CES 2022.

TCL Midrange Phones

TCL might be better known for its TVs than its cellphones, but the Chinese hardware manufacturer hopes to change that in 2022. The company unveiled its 2022 midrange smartphones during CES 2022, including the TCL 30 V 5G and the TCL XE 5G. The two stylish handsets will launch in the US in February and retail for around $500 each.

The two phones sport similar specs, but the TCL 30 V 5G will be available exclusively through Verizon stores. The TCL XE 5G, on the other hand, will be sold by T-Mobile and US Cellular. The phones are 5G compatible and offer stellar battery life and solid performance.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE

Samsung showed off its new Galaxy S21 Fan Edition phone, bringing one of 2021’s best phones into 2022 with a lower price tag. The S21 FE will retail for $700, making it $100 cheaper than its older sibling. The FE sports many of the S21’s best features, including its lengthy battery life and top-notch camera.

As you might expect from a mainline Galaxy phone, the S21 FE boasts impressive performance. The design remains muted, like most of Samsung’s flagship phones. Despite that, it’s far from boring. The S21 FE launches on January 11 and supports 5G signals.

OnePlus 10 Pro

Tech lovers adore OnePlus’s handsets. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer creates some of the most beautiful electronics on the market, and the OnePlus 10 Pro is no exception. OnePlus announced the new flagship phone during CES 2022 and teased some of its specs.

The most eye-catching aspect of the 10 Pro is its processor. It’ll be one of the first smartphones to use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, which promises to be a lightning-fast chip for modern phones. It’ll also boast an impressive 5,000-mAh battery, giving it hours of use on a single charge. The phone also supports 80-watt fast charging with a wired connection, allowing you to top the battery off in a hurry.

The phone launches on January 11 in China, but American customers must order the phone from OnePlus’s website.