The ultrabooks caused lot of impact at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) as well as the smartphones that were introduced.
Tech Crunch said Nokia has “the major mobile story that emerged from CES”, referring to Nokia’s first smartphone designed specifically for the Windows Phone operating system, the Nokia Lumia 900.
“The Lumia 900 could determine the fate of both Nokia as a mobile presence in the United States and Windows Phone as a viable mobile operating system, as each tech giant has placed a lot of faith (and a lot of money) in this top-of-the-line Nokia Windows Phone”, wrote the Huffington Post.
Motorola introduced The DROID Razr Maxx, that solves the battery problems of its previous model (DROID Razr); Samung amazed tech fans with its new 5.3-inch Galaxy Note that comes with a stylus; Chinese company Huawei introduces the Ascend PS1, a.k.a. “the thinnest smartphone”.