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Mobile World Congress Preview: 10 Hot Devices

As this year's biggest smartphone-related conference nears kickoff, check out 10 cool pieces of hardware that we're eager to see at Mobile World Congress.
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LG made a slew of announcements in advance of MWC, including dueling 3-D Android smartphones, the Optimus 3D Cube, and Optimus 3D MAX. Both shoot 2-D and 3-D still images and high-def video. The Cube boasts the ability to edit 3-D video directly on the device, while the 3D MAX promises to be the "whole 3-D package," with support for 3-D video out to your 3-D HDTV. (Headaches available for free!)

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