It's definitely not an iPhone — hell, it's not really even a smartphone — but the Tag Heuer Meridiist Infinite Phone has a trick up its sleeve that should be the envy of any mobile device. And what might that be, you ask? An invisible photovoltaic component built into the sapphire crystal screen that produces enough juice to charge the phone, letting it hold its charge in standby mode. If that's not enough for you, it's also built entirely from Grade 5 titanium, carbon, and rubber, and is limited to just 1,911 pieces — since it celebrates the first dashboard chronograph made by the company in, you guessed it, 1911.
Normally companies start making phones, then expand out to set-top boxes and tablets. Amazon has gone the opposite route with the Fire, Fire TV, and now the Amazon Fire Phone. Sporting a 4.7-inch HD display, 13MP rear-facing camera, global LTE, and powered by a quad-core Snapdragon processor, the Fire Phone stands out from the crowd thanks to four specialized front-facing cameras that track your head movements, allowing for Dynamic Perspective — a 3D-like view that provides a more immersive experience. In addition, it features a dedicated button for the new FireFly service, which can instantly identify over 100 million things like products, email addresses, phone numbers, songs, TV episodes, movies, and more — and can integrate with third-party apps in ways we/they haven't even thought of yet.
For LG's latest iteration of their G series phones — the LG G3 Smartphone — they've stuck with some of its more defining characteristics, namely buttons relegated to the rear, a curved back, and a large HD screen. But, just about everything has been improved, from a more pronounced curve, to a higher definition screen, to a fingerprint-resistant metal back. Even the camera gets a bump, with a 13 megapixel sensor and improved autofocus. The phone also gets a simplified UI featuring contextual voice alerts that remind you to pack an umbrella or return an ignored call. Its five-and-a-half-inch display sports double the pixel density of full HD, while an improved battery helps to keep those pixels from using up all its juice.