Pantech, a leader in the messaging phone space, released their first Android phone earlier this year on AT&T called the Pantech Crossover. The Cross over features a slideout qwerty keyboard and a somewhat original form factor along with a quick shortcut button on the top of the phone. It was one of the better mid-range Android phones we had seen.
Now Pantech is bringing another Android device out. This time it’s the Pantech Breakout. It sports some mid-range specs except it’s on Verizon’s 4G network. According to a leak reported by pocketnow.com the Breakout could arrive as soon as next Thursday.
The Breakout features a single core 1ghz processor, 4 inch WVGA display, 512mb of RAM, and a five megapixel rear facing camera. It also has a VGA front facing camera for gtalk with video over Verizon’s 3G and 4G networks. Pocketnow has also confirmed there is 1gb of flash memory on board and it’s upgradeable via microSD up to 32gb.