You can count on the week following Labor Day to deliver a fresh crop of new cell phones. And without a doubt, this year delivered. See all the new models, from the flashy to the boring in our photo gallery.
The Cliq is Motorola's first Android phone and the first U.S. Android phone from a manufacturer other than HTC. It has a slider design, a full keyboard, and Moto's new MotoBlur feature. It's destined for T-Mobile.
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The Pixi is the second device with the Palm WebOS. It offers a slimmer design than the Pre and fewer features (there's no Wi-Fi, for example). It will land at Sprint.
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HTC Touch Pro2
Verizon's HTC TouchPro2 is similar to the Sprint version but at $199.99 its price tag is $50 cheaper.
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Destined only for the European market (at least for a while), the Tattoo offers the HTC Sense feature, that we'll get on the HTC Hero here in the U.S.
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Nokia 7705 Twist
Its midrange feature set isn't too impressive, but Verizon's Nokia 7705 Twist brings back the swivel design. And if you haven't noticed, it's also square.
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The Roque for Verizon Wireless reminds us of the Samsung Impression. It has a slider design, a touch screen, and a QWERTY keyboard.
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Verizon's Intensity is a slimmed-down version of the Rogue. Features aren't as plentiful and it lacks a touch screen.
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The SGH-T659 has a retro slider design in standard silver. It has a thin profile and relatively average features. You'll see it at T-Mobile.
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The Samsung M240 for Sprint is nothing special inside and out. The flip phone is made for communication.
10 of 10 Alltel
With a QWERTY keyboard and a candy bar design, Alltel's Samsung Freeform is made for messaging.