Pantech Breakout Spec Sheet and User Manual Leaked, Launching September 22nd?

We got an early look at the Pantech Breakout last week, when it leaked along with the Samsung Illusion. The Breakout’s spec sheet and user manual have also been leaked, and the numbers line up with what we’ve heard so far:

  • 1GHz single core processor
  • LTE radio
  • 4-inch WVGA display
  • Rear 5MP camera
  • Front-facing camera
  • Android 2.3
  • DLNA support

From the screenshots above, we can also see that Pantech is working on their own UI for Android devices. Hopefully it won’t be too heavy, and will allow for future updates to said devices. The Breakout is rumored to be launching next Thursday, September 22nd. No word from Big Red on an official release date, or if the device will even make it to retail shelves. More on this as it develops. If you’re interested the general layout of the device, you can download the user manual below.

So what do you think? Are mid-range devices like the Breakout helping or hurting Android as a whole? Be sure to drop a comment below!

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  1. Anonymous
    September 14, 23:27 Reply

    You realize this spec wise is on par with all the current lte phones minus the bionic? So they all must be mid range then too?

  2. HughDiego
    September 15, 06:41 Reply

    It configuration has not any highlights~

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