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Samsung's cell phone display was just a small corner of its enormous booth.
Samsung's TV wall drew visitors into the company's booth.
The Surf A3100 touch-screen smartphone held center court at the company's booth.
We also spied the recently announced Motorola Hint AQ30 for Alltel.
Nokia's booth featured bright colors and open spaces.
Nokia invited CES attendees to test its latest cell phones.
The Sony booth was the place to find Sony Ericsson phones.
Walkman phones, Cyber-shot models, and basic phones competed for attention at the Sony Ericsson display.
The Prada was a highlight of LG's booth.
LG's Connected Home showed how to integrate its various gadgets.
PCD's booth occupied a prime spot at the entrance to the South Hall.
PCD displayed its full line of durable phones.
CES attendees were eager to give the latest BlackBerry a test run. The touch-screen BlackBerry Storm has the most buzz.
A DJ entertained visitors to T-Mobile's booth.
Verizon Wireless was all business at CES. Its booth promoted the carrier's service over its latest phones.