Apple iPhone 7

Let's face it: you know it's faster, and you already know the apps it runs. The biggest feature of the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus — any new iPhone, really — is the camera. The 7 gets a 12 megapixel camera with optical image stabilization and a brighter f/1.8, six-element lens. Both models get a 7 megapixel FaceTime camera, but only the Plus gets the dual 12 megapixel camera system. One side has a wide-angle 28mm lens, while the second has a 56mm lens; this pairing allows for 2x optical zoom, 10x digital zoom, and a new Portrait mode that provides DSLR-like bokeh. The phones are also IP67 water and dust resistant, have solid-state home buttons that replicate clicks with the Taptic engine, get stereo speakers, lose the headphone jack in favor of wireless and Lightning 'phones (don't worry, an adapter is in the box), and a 25% brighter display with cinema-standard wide color gamut. Available in a high-gloss Jet Black, matte Black, as well as standard silver, gold, and rose gold finishes.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note7 Smartphone

    Like fingerprints, your eyes are unique to you. With the Samsung Galaxy Note7 Smartphone, you can use either one to unlock your device or authenticate purchases. In addition to the extra security features, this mammoth phone has a water resistant body and S Pen with a smaller, more sensitive tip, a new Gear VR headset designed specifically for it, and the 5.7" Quad HD dual-edge Super AMOLED screen that's become the model's calling card.

  • Nuans Neo Windows Phone

    We know, we know: it's a Windows Phone. But instead of trying to ape what the Android crowd is doing, the Nuans Neo Windows Phone has a unique blend of functionality and convenience. The design, with its rounded sides and flat ends, is slightly reminiscent of the iPod mini, yet incorporates interchangeable backplates to let you carry cards, switch colors, or add a combination flip case and stand. The extra room afforded by the more sensible design provides room for a battery that runs for nearly nearly two days per charge, a 720p, 5-inch screen, a USB C port, a 13 megapixel camera in the rear and a 5 megapixel up front, microSD storage expansion, and a Qualcomm octa-core processor powerful enough to support Windows 10's Continuum feature, turning it into a pint-sized portable PC.

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