The phones (mostly LTE) of CES 2012

Motorola Droid 4 for Verizon WirelessThe 2012 edition of the annual Consumer Electronics Show is awash in new smartphones and tablets for the wireless market. There have been seemingly dozens of new smartphones and other gadgets announced by carriers and manufacturers, both domestic and international. Most of these devices sport LTE network connections--a reflection of the expansive network upgrades undertaken by U.S. carriers throughout 2011--but not all of them. Nor are they all bound for U.S. carriers. Nonetheless, the sheer volume of phones unveiled is noteworthy (if not overwhelming). FierceWireless spotlights some of the high points. Slideshow

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