Mobile devices always have a big presence at CES and even now, two days before the show opens, we can tell that the 2012 show will be the same. The booths under construction are as big as ever with each company eager to show its best sides to the thousands of attendees who will descend on the Las Vegas Convention Center on Tuesday. So join Jessica and I as we tour the show floor and watch these creations taking shape.
Most cell phone manufacturers and carriers reserve space in either the South or Central halls, with many companies occupying the same spot as they did in previous years. We started in the South Hall and came first to the Nokia booth. Though it's not especially big, everything from the "Experience Nokia Lumia" sign to the cube-centric design has a Windows Phone 7 feel.