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Powered by the Snapdragon 835 chipset and with 4GB of RAM, Google's new flagships promise great performance. Both have impressive 12.2MP dual-pixel cameras, which received the highest ever DxOmark rating, and high-resolution OLED screens.
iPhone X has a large edge-to-edge OLED screen with impressive resolution. It features the innovative Face ID, an infrared facial recognition system that is 20 times more secure than fingerprint authentication.
iPhone 8 and 8 Plus have new, durable glass designs that enable wireless charging. Both are powered by Apple's latest A11 Bionic six-core chipset.
Samsung's new Galaxy Note 8 has a massive 6.3" infinity display, dual optical image stabilization for its two main cameras, and an improved S Pen.
Samsung's new fitness tracker is designed specially for swimmers: it is water-resistant to a depth of up to 50 meters and can automatically recognize different swimming styles.
Sony's new wireless headphones feature the most advanced noise-cancelling technology, with adaptive sound control and custom noise cancellation settings.
LG's new flagship has a 6" quad-HD screen and an impressive dual main camera, including a super-wide lens with a 120-degree field of view.
Nikon's latest full-frame DSLR has an advanced back-side illuminated sensor with 45.7MP and support for 4K Ultra HD video recording.
Sony's new flagship is the first smartphone powered by Google's new operating system, Android 8.0 Oreo, and features an innovative 3D software for creating high-resolution 3D images.
Microsoft's stylish new laptop is powered by the latest generation Intel Core i7 processor and runs Windows 10 S.
Android’s founder, Andy Rubin, intends to shake up the mobile market with the new Essential PH-1. Crafted with titanium and ceramic, it has a 5.71" edge-to-edge display and is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset.