Motorola Cliq

The Cliq is Motorola's first Android phone and the first U.S. Android phone from a manufacturer other than HTC. It has a slider design, a full keyboard, and Moto's new MotoBlur feature. It's destined for T-Mobile.
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Palm Pixi

The Pixi is the second device with the Palm WebOS. It offers a slimmer design than the Pre and fewer features (there's no Wi-Fi, for example). It will land at Sprint.
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HTC Touch Pro2

Verizon's HTC TouchPro2 is similar to the Sprint version but at $199.99 its price tag is $50 cheaper.
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HTC Tattoo

Destined only for the European market (at least for a while), the Tattoo offers the HTC Sense feature, that we'll get on the HTC Hero here in the U.S.
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Nokia 7705 Twist

Its midrange feature set isn't too impressive, but Verizon's Nokia 7705 Twist brings back the swivel design. And if you haven't noticed, it's also square.
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Samsung Rogue

The Roque for Verizon Wireless reminds us of the Samsung Impression. It has a slider design, a touch screen, and a QWERTY keyboard.
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Samsung Intensity

Verizon's Intensity is a slimmed-down version of the Rogue. Features aren't as plentiful and it lacks a touch screen.
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Samsung SGH-T659

The SGH-T659 has a retro slider design in standard silver. It has a thin profile and relatively average features. You'll see it at T-Mobile.
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Samsung M240

The Samsung M240 for Sprint is nothing special inside and out. The flip phone is made for communication.
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Samsung Freeform

With a QWERTY keyboard and a candy bar design, Alltel's Samsung Freeform is made for messaging.
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