Apple iPhone 7 Product(Red) Edition

Continuing a decades-long relationship with the HIV/AIDS charity, the Apple iPhone 7 Product(Red) Edition is Cupertino's first special edition phone. A deep red finish on the back and buttons helps it stand out from the more widespread models, and it's finished with a white front. Otherwise, it's the same iPhone 7 that's been on the market since last year, available in standard or Plus variations and 128 or 256GB capacities, with a portion of the proceeds from every sale going to benefit (RED).

  • 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.

  • BlackBerry KeyOne Smartphone

    You're forgiven for thinking they'd gone out of business. The BlackBerry KeyOne Smartphone is actually a BlackBerry by name but a TCL by build. As the name suggests, its signature feature is a hardware keyboard that's touch-sensitive and hides a fingerprint sensor in the space bar. Otherwise, it's a fairly standard affair, with an aluminum and Gorilla Glass 4 body, 4.5-inch screen, 12-megapixel, Sony-sourced camera, Snapdragon 625 processor, and Android 7.1.

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