The 2010 Consumer Electronics Show is history, but people are still buzzing about some of the hot smartphones announced at the show. We didn't see any high-profile phone launches like we did last year, when Palm unveiled the original Palm Pre. But this year's CES was not lacking in smartphone news.
Among the new phones announced: the Motorola Backflip, an Android-based phone with a unique folding design, and the HTC HD2, a Windows Mobile-based phone with a gigantic 4.3-inch touch screen. We also saw new versions of the Palm Pre and the Palm Pixi.
For a look at the new devices, visit my image gallery of the most noteworthy new phones from CES 2010.
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