New Phones at CES
Jan 7, 2002, 2:41 AM by (staff)
A slew of new phones are set to be unveiled later today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Notable highlights include the Nokia 6340, Nokia's first GSM/TDMA dual-technology phone. Motorola is expected to unveil the 120x, their first 3G phone. Also, Sprint PCS will annouce new Java-enabled 3G phones made by Hitachi. Finally, Samsung expected to introduce several new models.
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