The year is pretty much over, as far as the tech world is concerned. Just about every major product that’s been announced is available to buy in time for the holidays.

But 2017 is almost here, and we’re expecting a bunch of cool new products. Below you’ll find the most important gadgets likely to launch next year.

Keep in mind this isn’t a comprehensive list, and it doesn’t account for the surprises we’ll likely see in 2017. But these are the gadgets we think you should be the most excited about.

Samsung Galaxy S8111111Samsung’s first opportunity to recover from the Galaxy Note 7 debacle will come with the launch of its new flagship phone, the Galaxy S8, in the spring of 2017.

While we don’t know too much about the device, Samsung has announced that it will include a new digital assistant powered by Viv the artificial intelligence startup Samsung bought earlier this year. Oh, and Viv was founded by the same people who built Siri.

A foldable Samsung phone2222222222222222222Samsung has been working on bendable displays for years, but 2017 could be the first time we actually see it in a phone.

The company recently filed a patent for such a device fueling speculation that it’s coming soon.

Galaxy Note 83333333333333333333333The future for Samsung’s Note phones is uncertain, following the unprecedented recall of the Galaxy Note 7 this year.

There have been some scattered reports that Samsung may abandon the Note altogether in 2017. But if the Note does make its return, then expect to see it in the fall.

New iPads44441Apple is expected to refresh its iPad lineup in the spring of 2017, according to Bloomberg’s mark Gurman

The new iPad models will focus on the Pro line, with improvements to the Apple Pencil stylus and new screen sizes.

New iMac555555While the iMac has been updated with new, high-resolution displays in recent years, it’s been a long time since Apple has significantly updated the computer.

Bloomberg’s Gurman reported, that Apple has considered adding the new USB-C port to the iMac lineup, which makes sense since the company’s other computers are adopting the new standard too.

However, there haven’t been any solid reports on the timing of a new iMac.

iPhone 86666666666666The next iPhone is going to be a major refresh for the product, according to a various reports and rumors.

The so-called iPhone 8 is said to have an all-glass design, an organic LED display for better images, no home button, new screen sizes, and more. We’ve also reported that Apple is working on built in augmented reality features think Pokemon Go, but for all kinds of apps — but that might not make it into the next phone.

2017 will mark the iPhone’s tenth birthday, so expect Apple to go all out to mark the occasion.

An update to the Google Pixel phonehsxjhGoogle hit a home run with its first ever phone the pixel this year.

Although there haven’t been any reports on what Google is planning for 2017’s Pixel phone, the company’s hardware ambitions are just getting started. It’s more than reasonable to expect another great Pixel phone from Google in the fall of 2017.

A new laptop from Google running a special version of Android77777777777Google is planning a major overhaul of its Chrome and Android operating systems to work on many more devices.

The so-called Andromeda OS will also power a new kind of laptop built by Google, according to Android Police.

The computer is expected to launch in the fall of 2017 and show off Google’s vision for the future of Chrome books. The laptop is said to work as both a tablet and traditional laptop and have a lot of power under the hood.

A smart watch made by Google888888888Google delayed its big software update for Android Wear watches until 2017, and the company is expected to launch its own watch as well, according to Android Police.