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International phones at CES 2011

K-Touch S810

K-Touch A7718

K-Touch D99

K-Touch E90

K-Touch E90

Mastone W800

ZTE concept phones

ZTE concept phones

ZTE concept phones

ZTE concept phones

Magnetic phone stand

Magnetic phone stand

After all the meetings and press conferences are over, we always like to walk the CES 2011 show floor to check out any cool gadgets we might have missed. Being an international show, there are numerous companies from overseas that make the trek to Las Vegas, including handset manufacturers. In this photo gallery, you'll find some of cell phones and smartphones available from around the world.

K-Touch Q30
K-Touch is a mobile phone manufacturer from China. The Q30 is touch-screen music phone.

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The S810 is a "fashion style" GSM phone with a 2.4-inch QVGA display.
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The K-Touch A7718 is specifically designed for seniors, with large buttons and a 2-inch QVGA touch screen.
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The K-Touch D99 is described as the gravity phone. It features Talk and End keys at the top and bottom of the device since you can use the handset in either direction.
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The K-Touch E90 is described as a "lady phone." It's a CDMA device with a 2.4-inch QVGA display.
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It also has a swiveling screen, which, when opened, reveals an alphanumeric keypad.
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Mastone is another China-based handset manufacture. The W800 is a quad-band GSM smartphone running Android 2.2. It also has a 3.2-inch HVGA touch screen and a 3.2-megapixel camera.
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ZTE had a number of concept phones on display at CES 2011, which follow in the next several slides.
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This isn't a phone, but it caught our attention. Made by Sahara Wireless, this magnetic phone stand makes it look like your phone is levitating in air. Is it practical? Probably not. Does it look cool? Definitely.
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Another version of the stand. Sahara Wireless, a mobile accessories online retailer, says it will offer the stands soon.
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