• Pantech Burst
    Last Updated: Jan 9th,2012

    The Pantech Burst is one of AT&T's first LTE devices. And while the manufacturer is not very well-known for quality products, they did a fairly good job with this one.

    The device features a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, Android 2.3.5, a 4.0-inch display and 4G LTE connectivity. Customers might be happy to know that it is also very affordable compared to other devices in the market ($50 on contract, when released).

  • News & Updates

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    Pantech Burst and Pantech Element get Ice Cream Sandwich

    Two devices from Pantech have been given the green light on Ice Cream Sandwich today. The Pantech Burst, the company’s AT&T 4G LTE phone, has finally received Ice Cream Sandwich after a brief delay. It’s not Jelly Bean, but quite honestly we weren’t really expecting Ice Cream Sandwich this fast to begin with. The Pantech […]

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    Pantech Element Tablet Now Available at AT&T for $300 or $249 Bundled With Pantech Burst

    AT&T has bestowed unto the masses their Pantech Element Android 3.2 tablet this past Sunday for anyone to pick up for $300 on a new two-year agreement. It’s positioned to be an affordable 4G tablet for those on a budget but its specs aren’t too unsettling. You’ll be working with an 8 inch display, a […]

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    Android Forums Galore: CES Brings Us 18 New Devices, We Bring You 18 New Forums

    Hey, did you know there is this big trade show going in Las Vegas? If you haven’t seen us mention it in just about every post lately, take note. We’re here at CES and CES is treating us good with 18 new Android devices already announced (and the show floor hasn’t even opened yet). With […]

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    AT&T Announces a Flurry of New Products Including Galaxy Note LTE, Skyrocket HD and More

    AT&T has just dropped a bombshell on the mobile tech world as they have announced a ton of new devices at their Developers’ Summit here at CES. Galaxy Note LTE To start we have the long-awaited American version of the Samsung Galaxy Note. It’s a 5.3 inch smartphone with a Super AMOLED HD (1280×800) display […]