BlackBerry is back in the market with the new KEYone, a smartphone designed for those who fell in love with the BlackBerry Bold back in 2008. Its spec sheet isn't chart-topping, with a SoC that is over a year old at this moment and a 4.5" 1620x1080 IPS LCD screen. But there are some good features, like it's long-lasting 3,505mAh battery and Nougat 7.1.1 running underneath this time around. Reviews are positive.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 and the S8+ are arguably the most innovative phones on the market right now. From a design perspective, they are stunning devices to look at and hold, largely due to the infinity display that melts into the sturdy metal rim. Their software is also really polished -- usually a sore spot for Samsung. The devices go on sale globally on April 28 but the reviews are in today, and they are very positive.