Pantech Breakout breaks out September 22nd at Verizon; spec sheet and user guide leak
0. phoneArena posted on 14 Sep 2011, 22:35
Big Red's next 4G LTE phone is the Pantech Breakout and while the specs won't wow you, the handset will offer Verizon LTE goodness for less than the $300 that the carrier wants for the Motorola DROID BIONIC; of course, that means no dual-core processor under the hood...
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1. costcoHotDogs posted on 15 Sep 2011, 01:19 0
This is the perfect phone for DROIDX0430 since he doesn't care about all the bells and whistle we tech nerd like.
6. Thump3rDX17 posted on 15 Sep 2011, 22:45 1
dude, KIA makes some great cars now. the new KIA Optima was the best selling car in America last time i checked. my family got an Optima and it gets 24mpg in the city with Turbo, it's spacious and it looks sexy to boot. i have something good to say about nearly every model in KIA's line up now.
7. roldefol posted on 16 Sep 2011, 10:14 1
I could've made it "the Daewoo of cel phones" but that would be a much bigger insult. I know Kia makes good cars these days, but Hyundai gets all the attention and good designs.
8. Thump3rDX17 posted on 16 Sep 2011, 13:45 0
the Sonata is pretty much the same car as the Optima, it might ride a little better and it's a little classier i guess but it's also smaller than the Optima which isn't good for me because i'm 6'1 and needs all the space i can get plus i personally like the more angular looks of the Optima and the Optima is still a really nice car, there's really just small differences between the two, it's not even as different as comparing a Honda Accord to an Acura TL.
4. jhajj33 (unregistered) posted on 15 Sep 2011, 20:00 2
$200 for a single core Pantech. No thank you.
5. Goldeneye posted on 15 Sep 2011, 20:53 1
I wouldn't take it free, this phone is not worth 2 years of my cell life, lol
9. roldefol posted on 16 Sep 2011, 14:52 0
Pantech doesn't have enough presence on Verizon to command the upper-range $200 price. I appreciate that they're offering an entry-level LTE device, but they need to price it closer to $100-150.