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BARCELONA -- Google has created a host of pin badges, each featuring a different adorable Android character and scattered them all over the vast Mobile World Congress trade show here.

Why? So we can go and find them of course. There's nothing wrong with adding a bit of fun to the often stressful days on the show floor.

There are 124 pins in total to collect around the show. We're busy finding as many as we can and have gathered them here to show them off.

If you want to have a look at the entire collection in their digital form, head to Android's website, where you can also track the pins you've collected.

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This dapper fellow was found on LG's stand.

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It's Nelson. HA HA! Oh wait, not that one.

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The Alcatel One Touch pin is wrapped up warm.

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The pin for software firm Citrix.

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Here's Marvellous Mel.

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Lenovo/Motorola's pin.

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One of two Huawei pins.

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This one was found at Fujitsu's stand.

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A well-dressed robobear from Imagination Technologies.

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This chap's name is simply Hayden. He's a scarecrobot.

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Meet Alfredo.

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One of Sony's pins.

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This is Speedo Steve. Cover yourself up, mate.

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The pin found at AirWatch.

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This fire-twirler is the second Alcatel pin.

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Panasonic's Lumix pin.

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One of ZTE's pins.

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This is Jogging Joe.

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A florist, another of Huawei's pins.

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Say hello to Nurse Nancy. Go get 'em, Nancy!

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One of Kazam's pins.

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Kyocera's pin.

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This hipster is one of two Dell pins.

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Phil da Punk.

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One of Vestel's pins.

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One of SOTI's pins.

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This ace doctor is from SanDisk.

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Another of Vestel's pins.

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Lovely ice dancing from a ZTE pin.

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A Fujitsu pin.

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This is Bubbly Ben.

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Another HTC pin.

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One of two Qualcomm pins.

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Hey, it's Disco Dave!

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One of NXP's pins.

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One of Broadcom's pins, ready to shoot some hoops.

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Intel's second pin.

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Smart Sam knows what's up.

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So does this Huawei character.

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Representing the hooded youth, this SanDisk pin.

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