Poll results: Which phone announced at CES 2015 appeals to you the most?
This was not all, though, as Lenovo, the world's third-largest phone maker, finally outed one of its famous huge-battery smartphones, but with flagship specs for a great price, the P90, and also upgraded the "layered" X2 design line with a Pro version. The Floridians from BLU said they are trying to be the Vizio of smartphones, releasing a stable of well-appointed handsets at rock-bottom price tags. Heck, even Nokia chipped in with the $29 215 handset aimed at emerging markets, and this one takes fifth place in our poll.
HTC also did what it should have a long time ago, and moved its 4MP UltraPixel snapper at the front, placing a more orthodox 13 MP camera at the rear of the newly-announced Desire 826, for instance. The HTC darling came in with the respectable fourth place, with 6% of the vote here.