The smartphones of CES

Most of the smartphones we saw at CES were updated versions of older models. But the new Palm Pre (and its webOS) was a breath of fresh air--and it definitely stole the show.

Nokia E63

The Nokia E63 is the little brother of the Nokia E71, which was released in the U.S. last fall. Though it has enterprise features such as Mail for Exchange and Lotus Notes, the E63 isn't strictly a business phone. The handset allows users to customize two separate home screens: one for work and one for play. The E63 also comes with an audio and video player, various games, a 2-megapixel camera, and a full HTML browser with Flash support.
While the E63 might not be sexiest handset at CES, at $250, it is quite affordable for an unlocked phone. The E71, in comparison, was priced at $500 when it was first announced last year.

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