Motorola

A glittering light wall greets you as you enter Motorola's massive booth. It all set the stage for Motorola's big presence at CES.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

Motorola

Inside a cylinder sat a waterproof Moto Bluetooth headset that was exposed to the elements.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

Samsung

Not that you'd ever miss it, but Samsung's booth took several minutes to walk across.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

Samsung

You could play with the Nexus S and the company's new LTE phones.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

Infuse 4G

Unfortunately, we couldn't handle the Infuse 4G here, either.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

LG

LG's Revolution for Verizon Wireless was the company's biggest announcement at CES.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

LG

LG displayed its other current models in a glass case in the booth's lounge.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

Verizon Wireless

Verizon joined Motorola in making the biggest wireless splash at CES. Big Red was all about 4G.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

Verizon Wireless

A Verizon rep shows off the HTC Thunderbolt.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

Sony Ericsson

Sony Ericsson showed its Xperia Arc at a small table in Sony's booth. Though it was the only new Sony Ericsson device at CES, the handset drew large crowds.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

RIM

RIM made sure its booth was visible from many points on the show floor.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

RIM

There was a long line of show attendees checking out the RIM PlayBook.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

Microsoft

Microsoft displayed its Windows Phone 7 devices.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

PCD

PCD displayed its various models for the United States and abroad.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

Sprint

Out in the parking lot you could play games using Sprint devices.
Photo by: Kent German/CNET

REVIEW

The most beautiful phone ever has one wildly annoying issue

The Samsung Galaxy S8's fast speeds and fantastic curved screen make it a top phone for 2017, but the annoying fingerprint reader could sour your experience.

Hot Products