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OnePlus One Phone

Prepare to meet the best smartphone you've never heard of. The OnePlus One Phone might come from an unfamiliar name, but its guts are top-tier. Powered by a quad-core 2.5GHz Snapdragon processor, it runs CyanogenMod 11S Android, and features 3GB of RAM, 4G LTE connectivity, a 1080p full HD display, an f/2.0, 13 megapixel Sony Exmor camera capable of 4K video in the rear, a wide-angle 5MP camera up front, dual-band WiFi, stereo speakers, and a sleek 8.9mm thin enclosure. But the best part? It's dirt cheap.

  • Apple Solid Gold iPhone 5S

    Sure, you can get your iPhone 5s in Apple's own gold finish, but so can just about anyone else with a few hundred dollars to throw around. If you really want to stand out from the crowd of folks poking at their devices all day, you need the Apple Solid Gold iPhone 5S ($3,300). Instead of the typical gold finish, this one comes in solid, 24-karat gold covering the edges, top, bottom, and back. You can also choose the platinum or rose gold additions — and if you're really feeling like showing off, go ahead and upgrade it with Swarovski style embellishments on the logo, bezel, and more.

  • Motorola Project Ara

    We've all been there — you get that shiny new smartphone, and it runs great for a year or two, but then you notice it's just not the phone it used to be. Games lag, apps aren't supported, the battery doesn't hold a charge like it used to, maybe the screen is cracked, and you think: if only I could just replace this, or that component, everything would be better. Well now the dream is a little closer to reality thanks to Motorola Project Ara ($TBA). While still in the early development phases, this project promises to allow users to swap out parts within a modular hardware ecosystem. So you can upgrade your processor, battery, screen, all just by plopping modular components onto an "endoskeleton" base. It's still a long way from a working prototype, but the future is bright.