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9 Coolest Smartphones At Mobile World Congress

From the HTC One to the Samsung Galaxy Beam, check out some of the most interesting smartphones from Mobile World Congress 2012.
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Fujitsu joins the nVidia Tegra 3 club with its unnamed and still under development smartphone. This 4.6-inch display phone has a 1080p resolution and runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Fujitsu has plans to ship this phone in Japan and the U.S., but the arrival date is unknown as the phone is still under development.

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