First up: the Galaxy Note 5. Samsung's smartphone/PDA hybrid has always struck us as a new school Blackberry, and its newest iteration takes that concept even further. The handset retains its signature bulk with a 5.7-inch screen, but slims down and includes the new curved design to go along with metal and Gorilla Glass casing.
A 16 MP camera with 4K video capabilities give it one of the best cameras on the market, but what really sets it apart is the new click to release S Pen feature, which optimizes on the handset automatically when the pen is in use so you can jot things down on the go. A Samsung-branded keyboard case even gives you an optional QWERTY keyboard, evoking fond memories of Blackberrys past.