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Google Pixel Smartphone

There are a ton of Android phones on the market, but if you want the purest expression of Google's world-beating OS, you want the Google Pixel. The first direct-from-Google phone without Nexus branding, the Pixel is built by HTC but designed exclusively in Mountain View. It has either a 5-inch 1080p or 5.5-inch Quad HD AMOLED display and a 12.3 megapixel camera that got the highest score of any phone on DxOMark, as well as unlimited cloud storage for photos and 4K videos. The specialized version of Android it runs supports the company's new Daydream VR headset, and unlike most 'droids, it will actually get future software updates on time. Available in silver, black, or blue.

  • 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.

    Presented by Motorola.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note7 Smartphone

    Like fingerprints, your eyes are unique to you. With the Samsung Galaxy Note7 Smartphone, you can use either one to unlock your device or authenticate purchases. In addition to the extra security features, this mammoth phone has a water resistant body and S Pen with a smaller, more sensitive tip, a new Gear VR headset designed specifically for it, and the 5.7" Quad HD dual-edge Super AMOLED screen that's become the model's calling card.