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Phones were not the centerpiece at the recently wrapped Consumer Electronics Show; Ill probably repeat this point a few more times over the course of this piece, just so were clear. This is due, in no small part, to the fact that Mobile World Congress has mostly usurped that role.
There are always a smattering of announcements at CES, however. Some companies like to get out ahead of the MWC rush or just generally use the opportunity to better spread out news over the course of the year. As with other categories, CESs timing positions the show nicely as a kind of sneak preview for the years biggest trends.
A cursory glance at the biggest smartphone news from the show points to the continuation of a couple of key trends. The first is affordability. Samsung leads the pack here with the introduction of two Lite versions of its flagship devices, the Galaxy S10 and Note 10. The addition of the line lent some confusion to Samsungs strategy amongst a handful of tech analysts around where precisely such devices would slot in the companys portfolio.