CTIA Wireless 2010: News and hands-on round-up

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CTIA Wireless 2010 is now behind us and was the last big Cell phone show in the U.S. this year. There have been a number of surprises – followed by disappointments. But all in all it was a great event – now comes the time when Engadget takes stock of what they learned.

The biggest news was the launch of the first fully working 4G handset on Sprint – the HTC EVO 4G. But like all things, good news is followed by bad – that would be the Verizon Nexus One no show. However, do not let that worry you too much, as there were a number of other launches that more than made up for it.

We had the news that the Palm Pre Plus and the Pixi Plus was coming to AT&T, and the fact that Verizon were getting a Skype app. AT&T announced the launch of the Dell Aero – this is just their second Android handset.

Engadget were busy at the event, at last count they had 21 hands-on reports – from cell phones to accessories. For more details the Engadget blog

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