Pantech Perception hits FCC, does horrible job of hiding Verizon affiliation


It’s no secret by now that the Pantech Perception is real and on its way to Verizon, but in case you needed a reminder of that fact the FCC has exposed each and every corner of the device for all to see. The photos included in the filing don’t show any Verizon logos, but considering each carrier’s 4G LTE logo is unique it’s not hard to figure out that this is still a device headed for Big Red.

The Pantech Perception is rumored to be coming with an HD display of unknown size, 4G LTE, Qualcomm’s 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor and more. As with most Pantech phones we imagine this will be an affordable option for those not willing to spend $200-300 on a phone, but without official word from Verizon it’s tough to say.

With this stop at the FCC we imagine we’re a bit closer to it being ready for a grand unveiling, but for now just take a second to look at its Coke bottle-like curves in the images above and below.

[FCC via Unwired View]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Those aren’t bad specs for an affordable phone. I actually don’t mind that at all.

  2. Looks a little like a galaxy nexus on the back and a mix of some Motorola and nexus 4 on the front. Not bad at all and the specs are very good for a mid range

  3. That’s actually a really attractive chassis o_O Pantech has been impressing me with their hardware designs lately. Now if only they’d get their fugly software as nice as their hardware, they might stand a chance in the big bad mobile market.

  4. Am i the only one that read that title as… Pantech Perspiration … ?

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