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Today’s three-way battle brings three of Verizon’s Android smart phones–one candybar versus two side-sliders. Although individually, at retail price, the Pantech Breakout goes for US$329.99, the LG Enlighten goes for US$359.99 and the most expensive of the lot, the Xperia Play goes for US$449.99, the blow is lightened by Verizon’s two year contract. As of this writing, with a two-year contract with Verizon, the Pantech Breakout costs US$99.99, and the Xperia Play the LG Enlighten are free. Design and Display The Pantech Breakout is the odd one out in this lineup, but only for its candybar form. It boasts a…

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With new, more powerful, and smarter smartphones arriving on Verizon, it is expected that prices of earlier devices will drop down.  And, drop they did.  But, that’s good news for customers, right?  The price factor is still a very powerful factor, especially in these days when a lot of consumer goods compete for every dollar that we earn. In this post, we will examine 3 of Verizon’s popular 100-dollar smartphones: the iPhone 4, the Motorola Droid X2, and the Pantech Breakout.  Among these three candybar phones, the iPhone 4 is the most expensive at US$549.99 retail price. The Droid X2…

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Verizon offers very tempting Android handsets, and many people actually find the offers irresistible.  Who wouldn’t? With the company offering a great new line of smartphones at exceptionally affordable prices, almost anyone will take the bargain and settle for a favorite phone. Two of Verizon’s inexpensive offering includes the Pantech Breakout and Motorola DROID X2.  Both are priced at US$99 on Verizon Wireless, so they are within reasonable price range.  If you are thinking of getting either of the two, this comparison review can probably help you decide. Design The gorgeous Breakout’s overall design is covered in matte black plastic…

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When Verizon’s first LTE phone came out (HTC Thunderbolt), people were a little disappointed. It wasn’t because of the speed of LTE, because that surely impressed. It wasn’t even about the specs per se – it didn’t have a dual core processor – because even though many people were expecting dual core phones, they were just coming out in the market, so it wasn’t that much of a big deal. Although, I do believe Verizon’s LTE speeds may download the full websites faster than a single core processor can render them, in effect making the processor the bottleneck for your…