Between the Lumia 900, Sprint's first LTE phones, a couple of anticipated new Motorolas for Verizon, and countless other announcements, CES 2012 was an action-packed event for American phone enthusiasts of all creeds. It also helped set up anticipation for Mobile World Congress — the phone industry's biggest event — when it takes place in Barcelona late next month. Click through our StoryStream for all the new phones to come out of Vegas last week!A special thanks to Borrow Lenses, who provided us with cameras and lenses for the week!
Fujitsu revealed its first Tegra 3 phone at CES, but details and hands-on experience were nowhere to be had.
Hands-on impressions of the Fujitsu Toshiba IS12t Windows Phone.
We got to check out the Porsche Design BlackBerry P'9981 at CES 2012, and discuss its origins with RIM's Senior VP of design Todd Woods.
We've had a chance to check out Panasonic's telephone / Android tablet hybrid, the KX-UT870, at CES 2012.
Toshiba's prototypes this year include a 5.1-inch phone with an elongated 21:9 aspect ratio, plus a 7.7-inch and 13.3-inch tablet. They may not see production, but Toshiba expressed interest in using the form factors for future devices.
We got to play with motorola's Motoluxe and Defy Mini, mid-range devices launching in China, Latin America and Europe this spring.
Dyle TV was showing off its TV broadcast system for Android and iOS devices at CES.
We take a first look at the Lenovo K800, the first Intel-powered phone.
Lenovo will release the world's first Intel-powered phone in the second half of this year
The ViewPhone 3 will be launched in Latin America at the end of Q1 and runs Android 2.3 and has two SIM slots.
We get to grips with Nokia's first Windows Phone for the American market: the Lumia 900.
We've gotten hands-on pictures with Sprint's new LTE devices at CES 2012: the Galaxy Nexus, the LG Viper, and the Tri-Network Hotspot from Sierra Wireless.
MetroPCS announced a few new phones for its LTE network this week, and we got a chance to play with each of them.
We just snagged some hands-on with with the Sony Ericsson Xperia Ion, the company's first LTE smartphone for AT&T. It's running Android 2.3.7 with Sony Ericsson's custom skin on top, which is relatively lighter than it has been in years past, limited to a custom app launcher and the ability to pinch the homescreen to view all your widgets.
Sony and AT&T will be launching the Xperia Ion smartphone with Android 2.3 this spring.
Nokia Lumia 900 announced at CES 2012 for AT&T.
MetroPCS has unveiled two new Android smartphones that will soon be available on the carrier: Samsung's Galaxy Attain 4G and the LTE Connect 4G.
Microsoft's latest Windows Phone build includes LTE support for new devices.
Verizon announces the Droid RAZR Maxx.
We've had a chance today to play with HTC's Titan II, one of the first LTE Windows Phones to be announced.
Verizon announces Motorla Droid 4