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OnePlus 3 Smartphone

Flagship-level specs meet budget phone pricing in the OnePlus 3 Smartphone. Housed in a thin aluminum unibody that bears more than a passing resemblance to the current iPhone, it packs in 6GB of RAM, a speedy 16MP camera, Snapdragon 820 brains, dual SIM slots for traveling, and a 5.5" Optic AMOLED display. It runs the company's custom OxygenOS, which takes advantage of its Android Marshmallow roots while removing unnecessary software, keeping Google Play compatibility, and adding handy features like screen-off gestures and customizable buttons. And unlike the company's prior handsets, you don't need to wait in (a virtual) line to buy one.

  • 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.

  • LG G5

    People have been wishing for modular smartphones since the first Treos appeared on the street. The LG G5 finally makes them a reality. Its small bottom bezel actually slides out, taking the battery with it, and can be replaced with modules that serve as a camera grip, a Hi-Fi DAC audio player, and more. Speaking of cameras, it has two on its rear surface, one with a 78-degree lens and a 16 megapixel sensor and another with a 135-degree lens for wide-angle 8 megapixel shots, and its 5.3-inch Quad HD IPS Quantum display has an always-on feature that shows you the time and date even when the phone's asleep.