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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.

  • Colorware iPhone 6S Retro

    Cutting edge internals. '80s-inspired exterior. The Colorware iPhone 6S Retro gives Apple's latest handsets a vintage makeover. Based on the Apple IIe, the exterior design retains the phone's love-them-or-hate-them antenna bands, but gives the aluminum areas a beige paint job with faux exterior vents like you would have seen on Apple's older computers. The effect is completed with a rainbow Apple logo, making these handsets instantly recognizable as custom editions. Available in both 6S and 6S Plus varieties, in three capacities, and limited to just 25 examples of each.

  • OnePlus X

    The similarity to the iPhone 4 is undeniable. So is the fact that the OnePlus X is the company's best phone yet. It's available in two versions: Onyx, which has a rounded, polished black glass backplate, and Ceramic, which has a gray zirconia ceramic back that's baked at 2,700º F for over 28 hours and takes 25 days to make. Both models have brushed anodized metal frames with 17 microcuts for added texture, as well as 13 megapixel, f/2.2 rear cameras, Snapdragon 801 processors, 5-inch, 1080p AMOLED screens, and unique SIM slots that can support two nano SIMs simultaneously or one nano SIM and a microSD card. Both run OnePlus' OxygenOS, and have 16GB of internal storage.