Who can make Samsung products better than Samsung? Pantech apparently, for its excellent Vega Iron 2 flagship is everything that the Galaxy S5 isn’t. Huh?
PixArt has signed a deal with Pantech for a new smartphone gesture sensor which offers up to 6 inches of range, double that of the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Rumors in Korean media suggest Samsung may release a version of the Note 3 featuring a fingerprint sensor by the end of the year.
Pantech has just announced the VEGA LTE-A for SK Telecom in South Korea, and it boasts a 5.6-inch Full HD screen, fingerprint recognition, and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
Political tensions between China and Taiwan mean that a possible merger between HTC and Huawei or Lenovo could be difficult. Could a suitor be found elsewhere?
A $.99 budget handset with the power of Jelly Bean? That’s exactly what you get with the Pantech Flex, thanks to its new update to Android 4.1.2. Read on to learn more!
Benchmarks from RBMen suggest that a new flagship Pantech smartphone will be using Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 800 processor. The phone scores some impressive Antutu results, beating out the Exynos 5 Octa Galaxy S4.
Samsung has committed to buying a 10% share of its Korean rival Pantech worth 53 billion South Korean Won, but what are the reasons behind the purchase?
Samsung Electronics has decided to buy a 10 percent stake in Pantech, South Korea’s third-largest handset maker, in a deal worth $47.6 million. Have you heard of Pantech? Now that Samsung is a stake holder would you be more interested in its phones?
The AA smartphone buying guide brings you the best pre-paid and contract phones, both high-end and budget, available in May 2013 in the United States.