Looks like Verizon will be getting some Pantech love in the near future as revealed in this FCC filing today. Pantech hasn’t made much of a splash in the Android scene here in the states but they may be trying to change that thanks to this Verizon 4G LTE enabled device. Still no word on some of the more important specs like processor or screen size but I’m suspecting we may have the U.S. version of their Mirach A budget device complete with 4G. Let’s hope Pantech will wise up and release one of their more impressive Android devices in the U.S. soon.
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