Android Central has gotten their hands on a Verizon Wireless internal doc that shows the Pantech Break Out. According to the specs on the leaked info sheet the Pantech Break Out appears to be the first mid-range Android device on Verizon Wireless’ 4G/LTE network.
The Break Out will run Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread, and is powered by a 1ghz processor (it doesn’t say whether or not it’s dual core). The Breakout also has 512 mb of RAM, 390mb of internal storage with an 8mb microSD card pre-installed. Of course the microSD slot can support up to 32gb. As for the display it’s 4 inches and the phone runs a Pantech UI.
If the Pantech UI is similar to the UI found on the Pantech Crossover on AT&T, it’s really not that obtrusive. The crossover features a unique “jump” type button which allows quick, customizable access to your favorite or most used apps.
Although Phandroid‘s Kevin Krause says that it doesn’t exactly say 4G/LTE in the name, the document is clearly a “4G comparison”. It’s also compared side by side with the HTC Inspire 4G on AT&T. The Inspire 4G was recently reported as the 2nd best selling Android device in the second quarter by NPD.