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Photos: Cell phones on parade

Vendors are converging on the CTIA Wireless show to put their newest models on display.

    CTIA: Cell phones on parade

    Motorola is touting its black Special Edition Razr 3 phone at CTIA Wireless 2005. The tiny phone is 55 mm wide, the width of a credit card, and 98 mm long.

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    Motorola Razr

    CTIA: Cell phones on parade

    Cingular Wireless has unveiled the Sony Ericsson S710 camera phone, which features "Star Wars" screenshots and ring tones. It has a 1.3-megapixel digital camera with a photo light and an 8x zoom lens, as well as an MP3 player.

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    Sony Ericsson S710

    CTIA: Cell phones on parade

    Nokia is introducing three new CDMA phones in North America--including the Nokia 6155, a folding camera phone.

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    Nokia 6155

    CTIA: Cell phones on parade

    Motorola's sleek V1150 phone comes with an integrated 2-megapixel camera and a new ticker technology that streams news and entertainment.

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    Motorola V1150

    CTIA: Cell phones on parade

    Nokia's 6230i phone comes with a 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth wireless, a digital audio player and an FM radio.

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    Nokia 6230i

    CTIA: Cell phones on parade

    The Sony Ericsson Z550a features an integrated VGA camera with video recording and a media player with support for streaming music and video.

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    Sony Ericsson S500

    CTIA: Cell phones on parade

    Melodeo claims to offer the first music service that operators can use to sell full-track song downloads to both phones and personal computers.

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    Melodeo

    CTIA: Cell phones on parade

    Dancers show off Samsung's latest wireless phones during the CTIA convention in New Orleans on March 14.

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    CTIA dancers