LG V10 Smartphone

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.

  • Sony Xperia Z5 Smartphone

    It's not the only phone to shoot 4K video. It's just the only one that can play it back natively. The screen of the Sony Xperia Z5 Smartphone measures 5.5 inches, yet packs in full 4K Ultra HD resolution, making it the sharpest, highest-resolution display you'll find on a phone. The camera is similarly impressive, with a Sony-made 23 megapixel sensor, Hybrid Autofocus that can lock on to your subject in as little as 0.03 seconds, and a bright f/2.0, 24mm wide-angle lens. Other features include 4K video capture (obviously), an integrated fingerprint sensor for added security, and a battery that lasts for up to two full days.

  • Nextbit Robin Smartphone

    When it comes to specs, the Nextbit Robin Smartphone is solid, if not a standout. There's a 5.2-inch, 1080p screen, 13 megapixel camera, USB-C, a Snapdragon processor, and 32GB of onboard storage — "onboard" being the key term there. Thanks to a heavily customized version of Android, the Robin's software is able to give you 100Gb of additional cloud-based storage by automatically optimizing the space on your phone, moving the stuff you don't use — including apps — to the cloud while making sure your essentials are accessible even when you're offline. Need something back? Just tap and it'll be right where you left it, a feat that's far more impressive than any spec sheet.

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