Verizon is the largest mobile network provider in the USA and they offer up quite a large number of Android powered phones. Verizon always has a few phones up their sleeves and the Samsung Illusion and Pantech Breakout are a couple of them. Our friends over at Pocket-Now got their hands on images of the Illusion and Breakout, and both are actually kind of entry-level devices. Talking about the Breakout, it comes with Verizon 4G LTE capability, 1 GHz processor, 4-inch WVGA display, 5 MP camera, front-facing camera for video chatting, and 512 MB of memory. While these specs aren’t going to turn heads, the Breakout can be turned into a mobile hotspot for up to 10 devices simultaneously over LTE, which is pretty impressive. No words on the release date but Verizon will be launching it sooner or later and you better wait for confirmation about the specs from Big Red.
There isn’t much information about the Illusion. All we know is that it might feature a 800 MHz processor or 1GHz processor, HVGA resolution display, and 3 or 5 MP camera. We heard a few days ago that Verizon will be launching it on September 29th, but you know how that goes.
So readers, are you impressed by Verizon’s new upcoming entry level line? Share your thoughts with us in the comment box below.