Once you get past what operating system it runs, there are two things that are most important on a phone: the screen and the camera. The LG V10 Smartphone has unique features for both. On the screen side, it has a 5.7-inch QHD display, and above a 160 pixel-tall "second screen" that can be set to stay on, showing the time, weather, and battery status, and can display shortcuts or incoming notifications when you're using the device. Above that, there are two 5 megapixel front cameras that work in concert with sophisticated software to join the two images into a single wide-angle shot, eliminating the need for a selfie stick (not that you'd use one anyway). The 16 megapixel shooter on the back is no slouch either, with 4K recording in 16:9 or 21:9 cinematic ratios, an f/1.8 aperture, and optical image stabilization. The stainless steel frame, grippy backside, 4GB of RAM, microSD slot, and Snapdragon processor are just a bonus.
With both the hardware and software coming from the same company, the Google Nexus 6P is as close as you can come to an iPhone-like experience without actually using an iPhone. The aluminum-bodied phone is powered by an 8-core, 64-bit processor running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and has a 5.7 inch 2560 x 1440 AMOLED display. It also packs in a fingerprint sensor on the back, NFC for mobile payments, a Sony-made 12.3 megapixel rear camera with 240 fps slo-mo and 4K video recording, and a USB Type-C port for charging. It comes in three colors and 32, 64, and 128GB capacities.