By Android’s rapid deployment history Pantech took their time getting into Android. They first entered the Android world with the Pantech Crossover on AT&T. The Crossover had a unique form factor and cool jump button that was customizable to your favorite apps. The new Pantech Breakout is Verizon Wireless’s first mid-range Android device on their 4G/LTE Network.
Until now there were really no big rumors on a Pantech Android tablet. This will be Pantech’s first foray into the Android tablet space, and again it appears to be headed to AT&T. The Pantech tablet showed up online in benchmarks.
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Nenamark revealed that this unnamed Pantech tablet has a 1.5ghz Qualcomm SnapDragon processor with Adreno 220 GPU, and a 1024x720p display. It also appears to be running Android 3.2 the most current version of Honeycomb.
There’s no word on name, street date or pricing, but we are hopeful that it will arrive before the holidays. Often times Pantech is a little more affordable than tier 1 manufacturers like Samsung, Motorola, LG or HTC.