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8 Cool Smartphones At CES

Among the smartphone twists at this year's CES, we saw sleeker designs, added durability, 3D capability--and even phones that go underwater.
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Casio's GZ One Ravine isn't really a smartphone, but it is tough. Yep, that's it sitting in a pool of water. With its ports closed, the Ravine can sit in a meter of water for up to 30 minutes, Casio says. That's pretty water resistant. It's also shock resistant and comes with a navigation system, just in case you aren't the orienteer you thought you were.

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1/13/2012 | 10:52:12 PM
re: 8 Cool Smartphones At CES
? - The picture does not look like my s2. Mine is branded, but much more square and has four buttons. Are branded and unbranded that different or is this an incorrect picture?
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1/13/2012 | 10:46:38 PM
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? - The picture
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