With the releases of the Apple iPhone 11 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus last year, it's no wonder companies at CES 2020 are trying to heat up the competition. From new foldable phones to new camera designs, here are the most interesting models we saw at the show.
OnePlus Concept One
Now you see it, now you don't -- the OnePlus Concept One phone drew attention with its disappearing camera feature. It has a special glass that uses an electrical current to tint the lens of the rear cameras.
Straying away from the rectangular norm is the Cyrcle phone. The screen is 3.45 inches in diameter.
Unfortunately, if you were looking to break away from your rectangle phone, this one won't be available until 2021. It will be priced at $700.
TCL's foldable phone
This year, you can get your hands on TCL's new 7.2-inch foldable display phone, which will be cheaper than the new foldable Motorola Razr. It includes 5G support and four cameras -- main, low-light sensor, super wide-angle and macro.
OK, it's not a phone, but the Samsung SelfieType is an invisible keyboard for your phone. It uses AI and your phone's front camera to map your finger joints and translate their movements into keystrokes.