Apple produced gadgets you can wear, Samsung redesigned its phones, bicycles got radars, TVs got super sharp, and we came closer than ever to riding hoverboards. Below is a look at 15 of the best gadgets launched in 2015; the valedictorians who deserve credit for bringing something new to our lives. Leica Q Typ 116 $5900 / en.leica-camera.com Sharpshooter ... Leica's Q Typ 116 camera features a full-frame sensor and 28mm f1.7 lens.Source:Supplied This 24-megapixel, full-frame, solidly built Leica camera is what very fortunate professional photographers would use on days off. Its fixed f1.7, 28mm lens offers some of the sharpest focus you’ll see from a compact camera, is fast to lock focus, and has a macro mode and lens rings for focus and aperture control. The Leica Q also offers light sensitivity up to 50,000 ISO, wi-fi image transfers to smartphones, and a touchscreen. It’s not light at 640g and it won’t shoot 4K video, but it’s a slick, enviable, sharpshooter. Apple Watch $499-$24,000 / apple.com/au Apple’s first wearable device ... Apple released its Watch, and a Hermes version of it, this year.Source:Supplied Apple didn’t create the smartwatch but its entry to the wearable market made people sit up, take notice, and pre-order. The three Apple Watch ranges feature microphones and speakers for taking calls and dictating text messages, independent apps, and sensors to track your every move. New gold, rose gold, and Hermes versions arrived before Christmas. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge $999 / samsung.com/au Redesign ... Samsung's Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones offer a fresh look.Source:News Corp Australia Samsung ditched its old phone design and started afresh with this handset and the result is stunning. The Galaxy S6 Edge features a crisp Super AMOLED screen that curves down both sides, tricking the brain into thinking it’s even thinner than 7mm. Its metal and glass delivers a more premium finish, its 16-megapixel quick-launching camera and upgraded fingerprint scanner make the phone better to use day to day, and are enough to forgive its lack of expandable memory. LG 65EG960T 65-inch 4K OLED TV $8,999 / lg.com.au Crisp look ... LG's 4K OLED