Pantech Magnus press render for AT&T leaked


The Pantech Magnus looks to be shaping up to be some sort of family member of the Pantech Flex’s. Although we haven’t heard too much about the device its design makes that fact clear as day. Whether it’s a sequel, a spinoff or simply just another respectable device from the Pantech camp it’s no secret there’s some lineage here.

Twitter leakster @evleaks has released another press render of the device, and if history is anything to go by that means we should see AT&T gearing up to market this thing sometime soon. The Pantech Magnus is said to be a high-end offering that’ll feature a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm S4 processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4.3 inch display, an 8 megapixel HD camera and more.

It looks like we’re still working with Android 4.0 to start, though we’d be surprised if AT&T and Pantech didn’t have immediate plans to offer Jelly Bean for its users. From everything we’ve heard so far this won’t feature the same “easy mode” that was on the Pantech Flex, but perhaps it’ll be tucked away in settings and turned off by default. Whatever the case may be the Pantech Magnus is looking like Pantech’s best smartphone to be released in America yet.

[via Twitter]

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  1. Pantech has some cool looking devices…

    1. Yeah… but… it’s still Pantech

      1. Pantech isn’t bad at all, actually. I’m personally a Samsung and Motorola guy, but I’d have no problem giving this a shot for the right price.

  2. Can this device be more ugly?

  3. Can we stop repeating the hype? This is not a high-end phone by today’s standards.

  4. I love the slim bezels. a lot of phones have slim side bezels, but far too few have slim top/bottom bezels. this is screen real estate done right.

  5. I bought a Pantech phone about 5 months ago. It was the worst phone I ever had. I took it back, and I’ll never buy another.

    1. which phone?

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