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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.

  • Motorola Moto Z

    Modular phones are a great idea, in theory. In practice, they tend to look like a LEGO kit on the back of your phone — only worse. The Motorola Moto Z has a seriously smart solution. It's compatible with "Moto Mods", a series of accessories that snap onto the back of the phone using powerful magnets, adding features like better speakers, a bigger battery, or even a projector, without the need for unsightly ports. Otherwise, it has all the specs you'd expect, like a 5.5-inch Quad HD screen, a fingerprint reader, a 13 megapixel rear camera, super-speedy charging, and a water-repellent coating that helps it survive splashes and spills.

  • 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.