September 19, 2011
Pantech Breakout packs 4G LTE expected on Sept. 22ndby Gareth Mankoo
Pantech are packing some good action on their cellphone front with the release of the 4G LTE-enabled, Breakout phone. This will stand as the most affordable 4G phone yet. Surely, it’s a phone that has a fair bit of vintage maladies that have been done away with in most phones that have rolled in, in the last five years. It will run a 1GHz processor, a 4-inch display, an 8GB microSD card, 5-megapixel camera that shoots 720p HD video and a Swype keyboard for smoother, easier text input. The Wi-Fi hotspot feature in it can connect ten 4G LTE network-capable devices, simultaneously.
The Breakout also holds the temporal record of being the smallest LTE device too. Its costs $99 when you pick it from Verizon, after a $50 rebate.