The Pantech Crossover is the type of smartphone that will appeal to people leading an active lifestyle. With its durable design, and rubberized corners, it is meant to handle a bit more action than an average Android smartphone would be subjected to. Another nice feature of the Pantech Crossover is its sliding full-QWERTY keyboard that will definitely make writing text messages or emails an effortless task.
In terms of performance, however, the Pantech Crossover does not seem to offer anything extraordinary. With its relatively modest 600 MHz processor, 3.1-inch touchscreen, and 3-megapixel fixed-focus camera, the smartphone seems to be suitable for the less-demanding Android users. The list of features also includes GPS, Wi-Fi with support for wireless tethering, and a 2-gigabyte microSD card, which has been added to the set.
The Pantech Crossover will be available through AT&T for $69.99 after you opt in for a 2-year contract.