Dummy units provide us an insight to the LG Prime & Pantech Ease

Dummy units provide us an insight to the LG Prime & Pantech Ease
Pantech clearly doesn't have any shortages when it comes to quick messaging phones as we've seen them jump into the touchscreen game with the recent Pantech Pursuit, but with the Pantech Ease on the horizon, it's looking to capitalize on simplicity for the older population. Now we're being given some insights to both the upcoming Pantech Ease and LG Prime which are headed to AT&T thanks to images taken of their dummy units. As for the Ease, the landscape slider has a bit more spacious QWERTY than what was seen on the Pursuit while it's being positioned as a handset for the older population out there – similar to the Pantech Breeze II. On the other hand, the LG Prime is looking more likely to end up in AT&T's GoPhone service and looks to be an updated version of their one time popular LG Vu handset. The only thing that can be gathered from the LG Prime dummy is that it'll be packing on a 2-megapixel camera. Now that dummies are arriving, we would foresee an imminent launch some time soon for both of these handsets.

Pantech Ease Specifications

source: Engadget




Posts: 3131; Member since: Jan 12, 2010

It has a decent keyboard, not too bad looking.

2. Jyakotu

Posts: 867; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

The LG Prime looks like a remodel of one of the LG Cookie phones. If that's going to be a GoPhone, then I'm all over it. It looks like a nice replacement phone. :^)

3. evyoo

Posts: 7; Member since: Jun 19, 2010

thats because the lg prime is att's version of the lg cookie fresh

4. corporateJP

Posts: 2458; Member since: Nov 28, 2009

LG Cookie series is crazy popular overseas, very nice phones. As salty as I am with AT&T, I pat them on the back with these two budget phones.

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