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No carrier-dominated stores here: cell phones stores like this one are common in Hong Kong. Inside is a huge assortment that puts U.S. cell phones stores to shame.
No shortage of Sony Ericsson Walkman phones here, nor for that matter cool little cell phone chairs.
Can't find a Nokia N73 in the states? You can get it in Hong Kong for $241. There's no tax but you do have to factor in a $1,000 plane ticket.
Nokia's pricey Vertu line gets a whole store in Hong Kong's airport.
There's no shortage of HSDPA phones. And the Razr is all the rage here as well.
A week before its U.S. unveiling at CES, Samsung's Ultra Music phone was old news in Hong Kong.
Relatively unknown in the United States, Asus phones are widely available in Hong Kong.
They have the Motorola Rokr E6 while we're still waiting to see the Rokr E2. In any case, it sure beats the Rokr E1!
The Samsung X810 has a sexy slider design and a very cool thumb wheel control.
A gallery of high-end phones awaits customers in this store in Kowloon.