You'll probably buy one of these phones in 2017

That is if you don't buy an iPhone 8 or Galaxy S8.

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Mobile World Congress 2017 has been a whirlwind of new phones, old phone nostalgia and the Samsung Galaxy S8: the elephant in the room that wasn't actually there. If you couldn't be in Barcelona to take it all in, these videos will make you feel like you're there -- just without the siestas.

For everything else MWC, see CNET's complete coverage.

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Samsung used its MWC event to announce not the S8, but its March 29 unveiling in New York.

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The classic Nokia mobile phone of the early 2000s is revamped with a slimmer body, color screen and yes, an update to the game Snake.

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The LG G6 made one of the biggest splashes at the show with a tall and narrow 5.7-inch display, Google Assistant and a water-resistant design.

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The BlackBerry KeyOne brings back the physical keyboard in a high-end Android 7.0 phone.

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The entry-level Alcatel A5 is a modular phone, and one of its attachments is covered in LEDs that light up in sync with music or your voice -- it's pretty cool.

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We compare the original Nokia 3310 feature phone with its modern throwback -- and wow!

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If you want to shoot the best slow-motion footage with a phone, Sony's new phones, the XZ and XZS, will be right up your alley.

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The new Nokia 6 has traditional Finnish design and 100-percent pure Android Nougat on board.

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The Moto G5 Plus has a metal build, a high-end camera and better-than-expected specs all around for a budget phone.

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ZTE's Blade V8 Mini and V8 Lite don't cost much and still have a metal body, Android Nougat and a dual-camera setup.

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The screens on Sony's new midrange XA1 and XA Ultra Android phones stretch right to the edge of the phone. Though some sacrifices were made to make this happen.