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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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Samsung dropped word of these two low-end Android smartphones ahead of MWC, perhaps hoping that no one would notice them. Both share the bulk of their under-the-hood (and underwhelming) features, including 800-MHz processors, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, 4 GB of memory, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, and all the usual stuff. About the only thing memorable about these smartphone sequels, however, is that they pack NFC. We shall see if these pee-wee phones are all Samsung has to offer at the moment.

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