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What I read is that he wants the very, very best phone, whatever the price.
Alas, he doesn’t tell of what factors (like number of pixels on the screen, or speed of the CPU or the ability to take good pictures in low light or the presence of an S-pen or the number of guaranteed years of OS updates or the speed of charging) he finds most important. I don’t think there’s a phone that’s “best” in all possible respects.
That makes the only relevant answer: read as many reviews as you like and buy the one with highest average rating: 4.34 stars out of 5 is better than 4.33 stars out of 5.
For the folk that can use the Apple iPhone you get one of those.
For me when my Android phone dies I’ll look to the Google Pixel 6 or 6a. Why? Not that high a premium and includes cloud storage of unusual size much like finding a R.O.U.S.