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Long before Pantech started teasing Android enthusiasts with high-end offerings like the Vega Racer 2, Vega S5, and the AT&T-bound Magnus (HD IPS display and Snapdragon S4 processor), the company has been riding on the mid-range highway with the Burst and Element. If you’ve been hoping to run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on the Burst, an update is apparently coming real soon.

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Pantech’s starting 2012 right by releasing two of their newest devices on AT&T.  You may have heard that AT&T is offering both the Pantech Burst and the Pantech Element at a bundle for US$259, but today we’re looking at the Pantech Burst solo. Released a few days apart, the Pantech Burst on January 9 and the Pantech Element on January 22, it’s a fight between a smartphone packing a punch and aimed for the lower-end market and a tablet that’s made a splash with a surprising new feature. We’re not going to spoil the surprise early, so read on to…

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If you’re planning to buy an inexpensive Android powered handset, you should head over to AT&T website right now. For a $50 discount, you can get the Pantech Element (tablet) plus get the Pantech Burst (smartphone) for free. Separately, you can get the Pantech Burst for $49.99 and the Pantech Element is being sold for $299.99; both with a two-year service agreement. The Pantech Burst runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread and is powered by 4G LTE connectivity. It also has a 4-inch Super AMOLED display, 5MP camera, 720p HD video, 16GB internal storage, microSD expansion, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, and a…

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The Pantech Burst was announced on the first day of CES 2012 as an inexpensive 4G LTE Android smartphone. At only $49 with a two-year AT&T contract, you get a 4-inch Super AMOLED display powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 16GB on-board memory (expandable to 32GB). Another option is to get a bundle contract with the Pantech Element Honeycomb tablet—and the phone will be free. Not bad if you need a fast smartphone minus the expensive price. In addition to its specs, the phone has a 5MP camera with video capture of up to 720p resolution. A VGA camera…

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Yesterday was a very busy day in the world of Tech, I’m sure you noticed here at Android Authority. After all we had 19 brand new devices announced yesterday by LG, Motorola, Samsung, Pantech, Sony, ASUS, and Lenovo, and CES is not even officially under way until today. Out of those 19 devices, AT&T announced 6 of them! Just to recap them so we know you didn’t miss anything, let’s go down the list – keep in mind most of these do not have prices or specific release dates yet. LG Spectrum: With a 720p and 4.5-inch display and sporting…

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CES 2012 has been a big hit for AT&T, and it is only monday, and already six new Android devices with LTE for AT&T have been announced three of them are by Samsung. So let’s go over all this for ya. From Samsung we have the Galaxy Note (you can read our review of the international version here), Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket HD, Samsung Exhilirate. From Pantech we were introduced to the  Pantech Element and Pantech Burst. Finally from Sony we have the Sony Xperia Ion, we have all the specs below. Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket HD, with a…