Here are some cool Lenovo phones that you can't buy in the US

At every CES, Lenovo has a habit of teasing us with a bunch of phones that they explicitly say won't be sold on US soil, so of course, there are more for this year's show. On the left we have the funky tri-color Vibe X2 Pro, which -- you've guessed it -- is a beefed-up version of the Vibe X2 we saw at IFA. Not only does this one have a bigger 5.3-inch, 1080p screen, but it also has a 64-bit-ready, 1.5GHz octa-core Snapdragon 615 with LTE and dual-nano-SIM support, as well as a 13-megapixel camera on both sides of the phone. Bring on the selfies! There's no price for this Android 4.4 device just yet, but we do know that it'll launch in April.

As for the more humble-looking P90, Lenovo sided with Intel for its latest 64-bit-ready, 1.8GHz quad-core Atom processor plus XMM 7262 LTE modem. The rest of this single-SIM, Android 4.4 phablet is pretty much standard stuff, but with some nice goodies here and there: a 5.5-inch (1080p) IPS display, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 13-megapixel main camera with optical stabilization, a 5-megapixel front imager and a massive 4,000mAh battery. Again, there's no price available just yet, but it'll arrive somewhere outside the US come February.

Speaking of smartphones and selfies, Lenovo's also unveiled a rather unusual accessory: an eight-LED flash that can be plugged into the Vibe X2 Pro's headphone jack to brighten up your selfies! Don't be mistaken, though: The light has its own battery that can last up to 100 flashes, and it only uses the headphone jack to sync with the camera app. While this isn't the first of its kind, it's still pretty amusing to see this little thing at Lenovo's showroom. It'll cost $29 when it launches in April, but again, like the phone, you won't be able to purchase it in the US.

Last but not least, we figured we'd throw in a couple of budget tablets for an honorable mention. The Tab 2 A7-10 on the left is a WiFi-only, 7-inch, 1,024 x 600 tablet that costs just $99 and is arriving this month. It's powered by MediaTek's 1.3GHz quad-core chip and packs just 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage (microSD expansion available) plus a 3,450mAh battery. You also only get a measly 0.3-megapixel front camera and no rear shooter. To make up for these shortcomings, though, this black device is designed with a front-facing speaker, so you should still get a somewhat satisfactory multimedia experience.

If you don't mind chipping in a bit more money, the Tab 2 A7-30 is a near-identical device that costs $129, but comes with a much better gapless screen, 3G connectivity, 16GB internal storage option, a 2-megapixel main camera and more color options (pearl white, aqua blue and cotton candy). With just a $30 difference, we'd rather wait until March and buy the better model instead. Also, chances are both tablets will have received the Android 5.0 update by then, as it's expected to roll out some time this spring.

Dana Wollman contributed to this report.