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Welcome to CTIA

A giant banner welcomed attendees to CTIA 2009.
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On the floor

CTIA was held in the same Las Vegas Convention Center halls as CES, but it was far less crowded.
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LG

True to form, LG had one of the most stunning booths at CTIA. The Arena held center stage.
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Kyocera cool

You also can rely on Kyocera to build an attractive booth. Here, a few of the company's newest handsets sit on a bed of (fake) grass.
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Bringing Japan to Vegas

NTT DoCoMo displayed some of its sleek Japan-only phones behind glass. Most of these handsets are geared for serious multimedia.
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Samsung flash

Samsung built a light show out of the vivid displays on its new Impression phone.
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More Samsung phones

You can always find the Samsung phone wall in its booth. Most of these models will actually make it to North America.
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Don't touch

We saw the Samsung Blue Earth solar-powered phone for the second time. But, again, it was out of reach behind glass.
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Nokia E71 and more

Though Nokia announced few phones at the show, it displayed its current lineup in a spacious, colorful booth.
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Sony Ericsson speakers

Sony Ericsson had a small presence at CTIA, with just one display in the Ericsson booth. Besides its recent phones, it also has a few eye-catching cell phone speakers.
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No Magic

The HTC booth was plenty busy, but our hopes of a new U.S. Android phone (such an HTC Magic for T-Mobile) went unfulfilled. You could see the new HTC Snap, however.
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Perusing PCD

You could play with PCD's latest models in its booth. At center is the AT&T Quickfire.
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ZTE at home

At the ZTE booth there was a special display for the company's North American phones, like the C78 and C79.
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On display, but not available

After making a big splash at CTIA two years ago, Alcatel assumed a much quieter presence this year. We're still waiting, though not with baited breath, for the company's phones to arrive in the United States.
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Zoom zoom zoom

You could drive a race car simulator at the Powerwave booth. Powerwave makes antenna and cellular-repeater equipment.
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More apps for you

The BlackBerry App World was big news at the show.
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