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Nuans Neo Windows Phone

We know, we know: it's a Windows Phone. But instead of trying to ape what the Android crowd is doing, the Nuans Neo Windows Phone has a unique blend of functionality and convenience. The design, with its rounded sides and flat ends, is slightly reminiscent of the iPod mini, yet incorporates interchangeable backplates to let you carry cards, switch colors, or add a combination flip case and stand. The extra room afforded by the more sensible design provides room for a battery that runs for nearly nearly two days per charge, a 720p, 5-inch screen, a USB C port, a 13 megapixel camera in the rear and a 5 megapixel up front, microSD storage expansion, and a Qualcomm octa-core processor powerful enough to support Windows 10's Continuum feature, turning it into a pint-sized portable PC.

  • DeWalt Smartphone

    DeWalt already makes rugged tools. Now they're making a rugged version of the most important one: the smartphone. Powered by Android, the DeWalt Smartphone is as ready for the jobsite as any of their other tools, with IP68 dust- and waterproofing, military-grade protection against drops, bangs, chemicals, extreme temperatures, and pressure, and dual SIM slots for easily switching between work and home. It also has a 5-inch screen, LTE networking, wireless charging, and all the other features you'd expect in a phone, even one that's more suited to the boardroom than the boiler room.

  • iPhone SE

    For the last two years, if you wanted a new iPhone, you had two choices: one big, and one even bigger. The iPhone SE packs cutting edge internals into a pocket-friendly, 4-inch-screened body. It's powered by the same A9 chip as the iPhone 6S, gets the same snazzy cameras with Live Photos and 4K video, and even supports Apple Pay, yet depending on the color, there's little to distinguish it from an iPhone 5 — which is entirely the point. Available in silver, space gray, gold, and rose gold.