LG had a very impressive showing at CTIA this year, especially with the LG enV(2) for Verizon Wireless and the LG Vu for AT&T. The LG Vu is the star of the show, with a full 3-inch touch screen interface that makes it a great device to debut AT&T's new live TV service called AT&T Mobile TV. It has a full HTML browser, a 2.0-megapixel camera, a music player, plus 3G support and access to AT&T Mobile Music and AT&T Video Share. The LG enV(2) is a slimmed down successor to the LG enV of two years ago, with a fold out QWERTY keyboard and a more streamlined design. Features on the enV(2) include a 2.0-megapixel camera, EV-DO support, access to V Cast Music and Video, stereo Bluetooth, and more. Finally, LG introduced the LX400, which is LG's first phone to support Sprint's new QChat technology that lets you use push-to-talk to communicate between CDMA and iDEN devices via Nextel's Direct Connect. Check all these phones out here in our LG slide show.