AT&T is offering two new phones today in hopes of locking you down for the next few years. On the premium end of the spectrum is the BlackBerry Priv, and then there's the more budget-friendly LG G Vista 2. They both have a niche feature that's something of a blast from the past. The Priv has its keyboard and the G Vista 2 has a stylus.

The BlackBerry Priv has been hotly anticipated by those with fond memories of hardware keyboards ever since it started leaking a few months ago. It has a Snapdragon 808, a 1440p 5.4.-inch AMOLED, 3GB of RAM, and it ships with Android 5.1. It also has a surprisingly solid 18MP camera and long-lasting 3410mAh battery. You can check out our full review on the Priv, but you'll probably only want this phone if you miss the days of the physical keyboard. AT&T wants $249.99 on-contract or $24.67 per month ($739.99 total) for the Priv.

The G Vista 2 won't break the bank to quite the same degree as the Priv. It's only $49.99 on-contract or $14.97 monthly ($448.99 total). For your money you get a 5.7-inch 1080p LCD, 2GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 617, a 13MP camera, and of course, the built-in stylus. It runs Android 5.1, but probably won't get the same update attention as the Priv.