mobiltelefon.ru. In fact, judging by the specs sheet of the device, it would have easily made a serious Samsung Galaxy Note 4 competitor. Why did it never reach consumers? Because Pantech, apparently, didn't have enough money on hand to pay for its production.As sad as that may be, what is even more disturbing is the fact that the company actually had a killer phablet ready for roll out as early as August 2014, according to
Called Pantech Vega Secret Up 2, the top-shelfer sports a 6-inch display with a Quad HD (1440 x 2560) resolution (490 ppi), underneath which the company was planning to put a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 with Adreno 420 GPU, complimented by 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The maker also had a 1W loudspeaker in mind (alike to that of the LG G3), a hearty, 3,400 mAh battery, a fingerprint scanner, and even a stylus. Again, this would have made for a fine Galaxy Note 4 competitor.
Here's how it looks (looked?).