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BlackBerry KeyOne Smartphone

You're forgiven for thinking they'd gone out of business. The BlackBerry KeyOne Smartphone is actually a BlackBerry by name but a TCL by build. As the name suggests, its signature feature is a hardware keyboard that's touch-sensitive and hides a fingerprint sensor in the space bar. Otherwise, it's a fairly standard affair, with an aluminum and Gorilla Glass 4 body, 4.5-inch screen, 12-megapixel, Sony-sourced camera, Snapdragon 625 processor, and Android 7.1.

  • LG V20 Smartphone

    It's not the company's flagship — that's the G5 — but that also lets the LG V20 Smartphone be far more interesting. Designed for media aficionados, it has a 5.7-inch QHD IPS display for taking in video and a 32-bit quad DAC system for headphone listening. Audio quality is further boosted by Bang & Olufsen tuning, 72-stage volume control, and deep lossless format support. When it comes to creating your own, it has a dual-camera system on the back with a 16 megapixel, f/1.8 "standard angle" camera and a wider 8 megapixel shooter. Video stabilization is made possible by the gyro and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, and an advanced microphone system allows for high-quality audio capture. A tiny secondary from display, back-mounted fingerprint sensor/home button, and out-of-the-box support for Android 7.0 Nougat round out the offering.

  • Moto Z Droid

    We don't function well without our smartphones, but other than the color or case we choose, they all pretty much look the same. But the Moto Z Droid allows you to customize your smartphone using interchangeable backs that snap onto your phone thanks to powerful magnets. It can transform into a movie projector, a boombox, or you can add a bigger battery. And speaking of the battery, the Z can last all day, and even comes with the TurboPower charger that provides up to 8 hours of juice after only a 15 minute charge. It's the world's thinnest premium smartphone, yet remains tough thanks to an aircraft-aluminum chassis with Corning Gorilla Glass.

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