Which phone announced at CES 2012 are you looking forward to most?

Which phone announced at CES 2012 are you looking forward to most?

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It’s been a few weeks and the dust from a very active CES for phone announcements is beginning to settle. AT&T and pretty much every major OEM announced phones. Motorola and Verizon announced a few rehashed devices, one of which launched on January 26th, 2012. Nokia and Samsung were fairly...
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