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Hundreds of partners ship certified phones and tablets.

Certified Android devices are tested for security and performance and preloaded with Google apps. Here is our list of partners that ship these devices. BRANDS Acer AllView Archos Asus AT&T Auchan Beeline Best Buy BLU BMobile BQ Bullitt Group CAT Cell C Clementoni Condor Coolpad CZ Electronics Digiland DL Dragontouch Docomo Doro Fairphone Fly Freetel Fujitsu Future Mobile Technology General Mobile Gigaset Gionee GTEL Hipstreet Hisense HMD Honeywell HOW (Navcity) HP HTC Huawei Infinix Infocus iTel Kazam KDDI KD Interactive Kurio Kyocera Lanix Lenovo LG Logicom LYF M4Tel Mattel Medion Micromax Mobicel Mobiwire Motorola MTN MyPhone (PH) Multilaser NEC NABI (Fuhu) Navon Neffos Nextbook NGM Nokia Nubia NUU Mobile Nvidia OnePlus Oppo Orange Panasonic Pantech Plaisio Positivo Prestigio QMobile (PK) Quantum RCA Samsung Sharp Smartfren Sony Sourcing Creation Sprint STK Symphony TCL-Alcate

Tech: LG V20 review: lots of features, less refinement

LG’s V20 is an Android phone I’d recommend to people who insist on having one of the device’s four cornerstone features: a replaceable battery, elaborate manual video camera controls, excellent audio recording capabilities, or a hi-fi headphone listening experience. If you don’t need anything from that list in your next smartphone — and a lot of people don't — you’re better off buying a Google Pixel XL or iPhone 7 Plus. For upwards of $800 depending on where you buy it, the V20 is priced to compete with the very best phones on the market right now. But it just doesn’t. To be clear, it’s fairly good at what LG designed it to excel at. It’s a gadget for Android nerds and checks all the boxes on high-end specs, build quality, display (yes, there’s still a tiny second screen on the front), and performance. It ditches the modularity gimmick that quickly fizzled out with the G5, and the design is a little classier and safer than the rubber-clad V10 from last year. But it’s also a