BARCELONA--One thing at Mobile World Congress 2012 that you really can't miss (both literally and figuratively) is Google Inc.'s Android booth. The largest booth on the show floor, the Android booth is packed with people, toys, games, characters, robots and even a smoothie bar. The following pages offer a perspective on what it's like with a handful of random photos.
Welcome to the Android booth at MWC, where the crowds are thick, the smoothies are cold and the collectible pins are very much in demand.
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Lost at the Android booth? Check out the Google Maps stand and find yourself.
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