Orlando's Convention Center wears CTIA colors on the show's first day.
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In keeping with the company's slick new design, Kyocera's booth was one of the most attractive on the show floor. A red trellis sits above shiny black walls with distinctive patterns, deep plush carpeting, and gleaming display cases complete with cell phones sitting on grass.
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Alcatel hosted its own fashion show in its booth. Models strutted the catwalk showing off the company's new phones for the North American market.
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CNET's smart phone guru, Bonnie Cha, checked out the Bluetooth refinements in Nokia's tricked-out Ford Mustang.
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NTT DoCoMo's waterproof F703i spent the entire show underwater.
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The Samsung Gallery exhibit in the company's booth featured slick, high-end phones that reside only overseas.
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