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Blackberry Z10

Is it an iPhone- or Galaxy-killer? No, probably not — but if you're still clinging to your 9900 like a shipwreck survivor to a piece of snapped-off wood, the Blackberry Z10 ($200) is surely a sight for sore eyes. Powered by the all-new, gesture-filled BlackBerry 10 OS, the Z10 features 2-megapixel front and 8-megapixel rear cameras, a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, a microSD slot, fast LTE networking, NFC support, and a 1,280 x 768, 4.2-inch display. Assuming you're still in, you'll finally be able to use that upgrade in April.

  • SpareOne Emergency Phone

    Never get stuck without a working phone again. The SpareOne Emergency Phone ($60) is a dead-simple GSM cell that draws its power from a single AA battery, meaning that it should be good to go in any situation, assuming you can find a battery — and the cell towers are working. Other features include one-button emergency dialing even without a SIM card, the ability to be geo-located in an emergency, 9 speed dial buttons, and a built-in LED torch light.

  • iPhone 5

    It might be a year later than we expected, but it's here all the same. The Apple iPhone 5 ($200-$400) looks quite a bit like its predecessor, but packs in a number of all-new features for the family, including a 4-inch widescreen Retina display (hello, fifth row of apps!), a new, speedier A6 processor, a new aluminum and glass enclosure, an all-new Lightning connector, 4G LTE and dual-channel 802.11n 5GHz networking, an improved 8 megapixel iSight camera with panorama mode, a FaceTime HD camera, 16, 32, or 64GB of storage, and all-new EarPod headphones. Arriving on September 21 in black or white.