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Samsung Galaxy S8

Borrowing some of the best features of the ill-fated Note 7 and introducing a few of its own, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is the company's latest flagship phone. The new Infinity Display, which wraps around the sides, dominates the front and reduces the bezels to a minimum. As a result, the home button now lives in software, you can unlock the phone using iris scanning or the new face detect system, and the fingerprint sensor sits on the back, next to the 12-megapixel f1.7 camera — unchanged from the S7. It's water and dirt resistant, powered by an octa-core processor, and has a new virtual assistant named Bixby that gets a dedicated button on the side. Early pre-orders will arrive with the new Oculus-powered Gear VR headset with Controller, whether you get the 5.8 or 6.2-inch (S8+) model in black, silver, or gray.

  • Sony Xperia XZ Premium Smartphone

    The most obsessed-over hardware components in a phone are the screen and the camera. The Sony Xperia XZ Premium Smartphone nails them both. Touted as the world's first smartphone with a 4K HDR display, it has a 5.5" screen that borrows tech from Sony's Bravia TVs to deliver outstanding color, contrast, and detail. Seeing as how Sony supplies most of the camera modules you see in other high-end phones, it's no surprise its shooter is similarly advanced. Its 19-megapixel Motion Eye camera can grab 960 fps slow-mo, automatically starts buffering images before you even hit the shutter button, ensuring you don't miss your shot, and uses large pixels to capture excellent shots even in low-light situations.

  • Nokia 3310 Mobile Phone

    Sometimes the best features are the ones a product doesn't have. The Nokia 3310 Mobile Phone lacks nearly everything we expect from our pocket computers, including apps, a high-quality camera, 4G (or 3G) Internet connectivity, and a big bright screen. Instead, this modern incarnation of Nokia's iconic brick phone offers just enough to get you by — calls, SMS messaging, a 2-megapixel camera, an MP3 player with microSD expansion, and Snake in case you get bored. In return for the tradeoffs, you get month-long standby time, a headphone jack, an FM radio, and the peace of mind that you won't accidentally drop/break/misplace your delicate piece of future glass. Available in four pleasingly plasticky colors.