CES 2015 Summary

CES 2015 in Las Vegas brought abundance of new devices

Highlights from the CES 2015 event in Las Vegas

Last week we shared some of the news and the announcement from the big annual event hold in Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 (CES). This year the event became a stage for the debut of some of the most impressive technologies and innovations in the digit world. A lot of companies presented their new flagships and new devices, including smartphones, tablets and abundance of wearable tech and fitness trackers. What we didn’t see was the debut of the Samsung Galaxy S6. Many expected to learn more information about the upcoming Sony Xperia Z4 at the event, but Sony chose to focus on the new all-steel variant of the Sony Smartwatch 3.

LG stole the spotlight at CES 2015 with the unveiling of the LG G Flex2. The successor of the original bended LG G Flex is powerful, fast, capable and unique smartphone working with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chip under the hood.

ASUS which is one of the biggest manufacturers in Taiwan presented the ASUS Zenfone 2 and the camera-phone ASUS Zenfone Zoom with 3x optical zoom lens and 13MP sensor of the camera.

HTC introduced the entry-level HTC Desire 320 and the 5.5-inched phablet with decent specs and Android 5.0 Lollipop running out-of-the-box, the HTC Desire 826.

Lenovo unveiled abundance of new devices, including 2 smartphones, YOGA Tablet 2, the Vibe Band VB10 and the accessory for front cameras, the Vibe Xtension Selfie Flash.

Alcatel was another company that had a full basket of new devices to show off at the event. The Alcatel OneTouch PIXI 3 line is expanded with three new smartphones that can work on three platforms. The company presented its first smartwatch, the Alcatel OneTouch Watch.

BLU chose the CES 2015 to start the year with a bunch of new smartphones from the line Studio, One Life and Vivo.

The manufacturers Yezz and Acer announced a few devices at the event. Acer Liquid Z410 and Acer Liquid Jade S are affordable Android-running smartphones. Yezz Billy 5S LTE is a Windows Phone 8.1-powered handset that is worth attention.

One of the new companies on the smartphones’ arena is Kodak. The company officially presented Kodak IM5 at the event.

The above-mentioned new additions to the tech world are a small part of what CES 2015 had to offer. The first big event of the year usually begins new trends and gives a good idea of what the year will bring to the tech world. Everything shows that 2015 is promising to be full interesting devices, high-end models and innovative technologies. Stay tuned.

Source: Cnet

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