The Motorola One 5G is a healthy balance between the best parts of the budget Moto G Power and the Motorola Edge 'affordable' flagship. It's a good mid-range phone, and most importantly, the cheapest 5G handset you can find in the US.
Why it's 15th on our list: The Motorola One 5G is a good mid-range phone, coming in at a bit cheaper than the superior Google Pixel 4a 5G but offering a few advantages of its own. The One 5G packs a Snapdragon 765 chipset and a decent 4GB of RAM, along with 128GB of storage that can be expanded up to a colossal 1TB via microSD. It's great for anyone who wants to get in on 5G at a discount.
Display: The Motorola One 5G has a truly huge 6.7-inch LCD display with a Full HD Plus (1080 x 2520) resolution. It's suitable for binging media, and notably larger than most comparably-priced mid-range phones. It's also got punch-holes holding its selfie shooters, which is a nice modern touch.
Battery: The 5,000mAh battery is a great perk carried over from the Moto G Power, and it's especially helpful when shooting photos, watching media, and running 5G. It should last over a day.
Cameras: The Motorola One 5G's triple rear camera has good photo variety, with a 16MP main shooter, 8MP ultrawide and 2MP macro camera for up-close shots – which has a ring light to illuminate your subjects. Rounding out its cameras are dual front-facing shooters: a16MP main and 8MP ultrawide.
Read our Moto One 5G review