Samsung Galaxy S Giorgio Armani

At Google I/O a huge display case showed Android phones from around the world. Here's a selection of handsets that aren't yet available with a U.S carrier.

The Giorgio Armani edition doesn't offer any additional features over its Galaxy S brethren, but you get the goodies with a little more style. Expect to pay about $725 for an unlocked model.

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LG Optimus B

Just when you thought there were enough Optimus phones, LG proves you wrong. A closer look, though, reveals this is actually the LG Optimus Black.
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Foxconn Orange Boston

Built by Foxconn (yes, that Foxconn) for the Orange network, the Boston brings a 3.2 inch (480x320-pixel) display, a 600MHz Qualcomm processor, 256MB RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, a microSD card slot, and a 5-megapixel camera.
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ZTE R750

Though it has just a few phones in North America, ZTE's Android worldwide presence is growing rapidly. Its R750 has a 3.1-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a 3.2-inch display, and a 600Mhz processor.
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Garmin-Asus A10

Announced last year, the A10 is all about GPS. Inside are Garmin's cityXplorer maps plus a digital compass and voice-guided directions. It's designed mostly for foot travel, but it also comes with a vehicle mount for use in your car.
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Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo

Unveiled earlier this year at Mobile World Congress, the Xperia Neo offers a 3.7-inch touch screen, a 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, a Sony Bravia graphics engine, Gingerbread, an FM radio and music player, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and an 8-megapixel camera.
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Acer BeTouch E130

The BeTouch E130 was one of just a few phones on display that had a physical keyboard. The 2.6-inch touch-screen supports 65,000 colors and 320x240 pixels while inside are a 416Mhz processor, a 3.1-megapixel camera, a microSD card slot, and an FM radio.
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NEC Medias

It's been years since we've seen a phone from NEC. Available for NTT DoCoMo, the Medias offers Froyo, a 4-inch touch screen, a 5.1-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and an infrared port (remember those?). It's also just 0.33 inches (8.49mm) thick.
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Acer Liquid Mini

First announced last January at CES, the Liquid Mini has a 3.2-inch (480x320-pixel) multitouch screen, a 5-megapixel camera with DLNA support, full wireless options, and a 600MHz Qualcomm processor.
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Motorola Glam

In addition to offering two SIM card slots, Moto's Glam brings a 3.7-inch display, Froyo, a 5-megapixel camera with 720p HD video capture, and an HDMI-out port. The only problem was that someone put it upside down in the display case.
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