Which phone announced at CES 2015 appeals to you the most?

Which phone announced at CES 2015 appeals to you the most?
The CES 2015 expo is winding down, and, while most of it in recent years has been focused on consumer electronics different from phones and tablets, there were still major announcements from some of the world's best handset makers. LG stole the spotlight with the amazing bendy G Flex 2 edition, while Asus surprised everyone with the ZenFone Zoom and its 3x optical zoom lens, as well as the $199 ZenFone 2 with upper midrange specs, and even a 4 GB RAM version.

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.

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. Which of these notables unveiled at CES are you most pumped about? Tell us in the poll below, and dish out an argument or two in the comments after.

Which phone announced at CES 2015 appeals to you the most?

Lenovo P90
1.08%
Lenovo Vibe X2 Pro
2.07%
LG G Flex 2
37.47%
Nokia 215
5.27%
Asus ZenFone 2
33.2%
Asus ZenFone Zoom
13.36%
BLU Vivo Air
0.95%
BLU Studio Energy
0.37%
HTC Desire 826
6.22%

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