The Consumer Electronics Show has been raging over in Las Vegas for a while now, and once again it has not disappointed us.
We’ve had digital cameras, keynote speeches, ultrabooks, camcorders, and so many TVs our eyes have gone square.
But while we are willing to lap up pretty much any gadget CES throws at us, what most people want to see is smartphones, smartphones, smartphones.
And luckily, CES has had plenty of those on display too. But which are we most excited about? Here is our rundown of the best new smartphones on show at CES.
Nokia Lumia 900
This flashy phone by the Finnish mobile giant is an updated version of the critically acclaimed Nokia Lumia 800, which was released in the UK at the end of last year.
It is an impressive piece of kit, and one which Nokia hopes will get it back into the US smartphone market in a big way.
With a 1.4GHz processor, front and back cameras, and a large 4.3 inch screen, the Lumia 900 is Nokia’s not-so-secret weapon in the war on iOS and Android.
Released on the AT&T network in the US later this year, there is unfortunately no word on a UK or European release date.
Sony Xperia S
There may be no release date for the Lumia 900 just yet, but we do have one for the excellent Sony Xperia S.
Despite just being announced at CES, the Xperia S has been given a UK release date of March. Ok, so it’s not a specific date, but it’s good enough for us.
Available at Phones4U, the Sony Xperia S has a dual-core processor and 4.3 inch screen with HD resolution, not to mention being super slim.
HTC Titan II
Another phone that will run Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system will be the HTC Titan II – the much-anticipated follow-up to the Titan.
With a 4.7 inch screen, the Titan II is the largest display yet on a Windows Phone. But that is not the only impressive aspect of this powerful device. With a 1.5GHz processor and an unbelievable 16MP camera, this one has to be seen to be believed.