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Motorola's VP Jeremy Dale showcases (left to right) a new version of the Motorola Q, the Z8, the Rokr Z6, and the Ming.
CEO Ed Zander is flanked by display cases holding the new handsets.
The Z8 incorporates the Razr's slider design.
Though hardly new, the Motorola Ming offers a touch-screen display. Now available in Asia, the Ming will arrive in other regions this year.
Shown from left to right, the Moto Z8. the Rokr Z6, and the Ming.
The music-centric Rokr Z6 has a slider design and a dedicated music-player button.
Moto's Razr 2 is similar to the original Razr, but its external display is much larger.
The Razr 2 is a mere 0.07 inch thinner than previous Razrs.
Also, the Razr 2's hinge is smaller and its bottom portion--where the internal antenna is--isn't quite as large.
The Z8's "kick slide" design cradles your head.
Moto also demonstrated the new Q 9 and the Q 8.
The Razr 2 won't weigh you down.
The Z8's external display features touch-sensitive music controls that give tactile feedback.
The Q 9 features 3G support for streaming video.