The device above is the Pantech Element, a waterproof LTE tablet for AT&T. It’s packing an 8-inch 1024 x 768 display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, Honeycomb, and of course LTE connectivity. The Element will run users about $299 with a new two-year contract. AT&T shows off …
AT&T has just announced another duet with Pantech, this time coming in the form a mid-range 4-inch device called the Pocket. Running Android 2.3 Gingerbread and promoted with specs that include its 5-megapixel camera, 2GB microSD card, and full touch 4″ SVGA display, we cannot …
Benchmarks for an unannounced Pantech P4100 have arrived online, tipping us to a new AT&T tablet. A few specifications were found among the early information including a 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor with an Adreno 220 GPU, a display with 1024x720p resolution, and Android 3.2 under the …
Verizon announced this morning that the Pantech Breakout will be arriving in stores and online come Thursday, September 22nd. Pricing will be $99 with a qualified two-year service agreement and after $50 mail-in rebate in the form of a debit card. Specifications for the handset …
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 …
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 …
It looks like the guys over at PocketNow have gotten their hands on AT&T’s roadmap for the rest of 2011. Of course, nothing is confirmed, and this could very well be a fabricated list. The lineup includes a total of six Android phones, all packing Android …
AT&T announced their next Android handset this morning, the ultra-affordable Pantech Crossover. Running Android 2.2 and powered by a 600MHz processor, AT&T bills the phone as “perfect for first-time smartphone users”. Considering the 3.1-inch touch screen, sliding QWERTY keyboard, and 2GB, we’re going to agree with …
Pantech is one of the leading mobile phone companies in S.Korea, and they always announce some amazing devices but mostly in S.Korea. They are also offering some of their devices in the States via AT&T and Verizon, but all of them are just mid-range devices, and we are still waiting for Pantech to announce their superphones in USA, like the new Pantech Vega Racer.
South Korean handset maker Pantech looks to be cooking up and Android phone with AT&T compatibility. According to documents pieced together by Phone Scoop, a bar-style handset featuring support GSM/EDGE 850/1900 and WCDMA 850/1900 has been confirmed by the FCC as well as the Bluetooth SIG.
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