Pantech Vega Note leaked, ready to take on the Note III

Pantech Vega Note leaked, ready to take on the Note III

Pantech is not the most famous smartphone brand in the world, but still they don’t fail to produce smartphones good enough to take on powerful devices from manufacturers like Samsung and HTC. Below you can see the Pantech Vega Note, which is supposed to be announced soon and it will be launched in South Korea tomorrow. As the name suggests, the smartphone will be a direct competitor of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

pantech-vega-note-1The smartphone comes with a Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, 5.9 inch display, a 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 quad-core CPU, 2 GB of RAM, LTE capabilities. Also there’s a fingerprint sensor on the back like the HTC One Max and it has a stylus like the Galaxy Note 3.

Do you think Pantech Vega Note has the potential to go head to head with Note 3? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: GforGames

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3 Comments

  1. bgor
    October 22, 12:17 Reply

    yeah, i think so.
    but it only limited to those who fancy large display user.

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