L.A.'s convention center stands ready on the show's opening day.
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At the Kyocera booth, a giant Strobe serves as a bench for tired show attendees.
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LG's LX3450 brings basic features and curvy styling to Verizon Wireless.
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Motorola's hot A1200 Ming attracted hordes of fans at the show.
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The bling-worthy Razr V3i Dolce & Gabanna sits pretty in Moto's phone gallery.
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Motorola invited show goers to show their moves with the MotoDance game.
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UTStarcom's rugged GzOne Type V looks built to last a few blows.
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Tony Hawk entertained fans with his skateboard skills at the show's own half-pipe.
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