Samsung's phone gallery

Samsung's cell phone display was just a small corner of its enormous booth.
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A TV extravaganza

Samsung's TV wall drew visitors into the company's booth.
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Surfing through Motorola

The Surf A3100 touch-screen smartphone held center court at the company's booth.
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Give me a Hint

We also spied the recently announced Motorola Hint AQ30 for Alltel.
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New at Nokia

Nokia's booth featured bright colors and open spaces.
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Try me

Nokia invited CES attendees to test its latest cell phones.
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All under Sony

The Sony booth was the place to find Sony Ericsson phones.
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Take your pick

Walkman phones, Cyber-shot models, and basic phones competed for attention at the Sony Ericsson display.
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A cell with style

The Prada was a highlight of LG's booth.
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LG at home

LG's Connected Home showed how to integrate its various gadgets.
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PCD

PCD's booth occupied a prime spot at the entrance to the South Hall.
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Rugged phones galore

PCD displayed its full line of durable phones.
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BlackBerry thumbs

CES attendees were eager to give the latest BlackBerry a test run. The touch-screen BlackBerry Storm has the most buzz.
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T-Mobile tunes

A DJ entertained visitors to T-Mobile's booth.
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All work and no play

Verizon Wireless was all business at CES. Its booth promoted the carrier's service over its latest phones.
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