So far, this seems like a very smartphone- and 4G-heavy CES. For example, Verizon announced 10 new 4G LTE devices including smartphones, notebooks and tablets.
Smartphones include the LG Revolution, the HTC Thunderbolt, one from Samsung , and the Motorola Droid Bionic (when are they going to run out of relevant names for that line eh?).
Motorola has the smart-looking Xoom Android 3.0 tablet (which we’ll cover later). And Samsung has the Galaxy Tab (Android 2.2). By the way, what tablet today besides the iPad isn’t running Android?
HP/Compaq has 2 4G notebooks and Samsung has a tiny 4G LTE mobile hot spot.
These 4G devices will show up on Verizon as early as March.
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