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Google Nexus 6P

With both the hardware and software coming from the same company, the Google Nexus 6P is as close as you can come to an iPhone-like experience without actually using an iPhone. The aluminum-bodied phone is powered by an 8-core, 64-bit processor running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and has a 5.7 inch 2560 x 1440 AMOLED display. It also packs in a fingerprint sensor on the back, NFC for mobile payments, a Sony-made 12.3 megapixel rear camera with 240 fps slo-mo and 4K video recording, and a USB Type-C port for charging. It comes in three colors and 32, 64, and 128GB capacities.

  • Nextbit Robin Smartphone

    When it comes to specs, the Nextbit Robin Smartphone is solid, if not a standout. There's a 5.2-inch, 1080p screen, 13 megapixel camera, USB-C, a Snapdragon processor, and 32GB of onboard storage — "onboard" being the key term there. Thanks to a heavily customized version of Android, the Robin's software is able to give you 100Gb of additional cloud-based storage by automatically optimizing the space on your phone, moving the stuff you don't use — including apps — to the cloud while making sure your essentials are accessible even when you're offline. Need something back? Just tap and it'll be right where you left it, a feat that's far more impressive than any spec sheet.

  • Obi Worldphone SF1

    Named after the city where it was designed — San Francisco — the Obi Worldphone SF1 has global aspirations. It's aimed at emerging markets but is far from generic, with a unique design that includes a squared-off top, curved bottom, and floating 5-inch, Full HD display. It's powered by a 1.5 GHz 64-bit Octa-core Qualcomm processor, and has up to 32GB of storage, expandable via micro SD, up to 3GB of RAM, dual SIM slots for travel, a Sony-made 13 megapixel rear camera, and support for Dolby Audio 7.1 surround sound. Oh, and its name isn't its only connection to the Bay Area — company co-founder John Sculley was a former CEO of Apple, and is otherwise known as the guy who ran off Steve Jobs.