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.
First leaked a month and a half ago, the Verizon-bound Pantech Perception has just checked in to the FCC.
The Pantech Discover is the latest phone from the company, aimed at users on a budget. Is it worth the money? Find out in our review.
Pantech’s “budget” 720p 4G LTE Android smartphone is going to land on AT&T this week as the Discover and on Verizon in Q1 as the Perception. Should you buy it?
With so many state of the art Full HD quad-core “beasts” coming out of this year’s CES, many of you might have missed the intro of the “modest” Pantech Discover. The AT&T-bound handheld only has a 720p screen, a dual-core CPU and Android 4.0 ICS, but we’re here to tell (and show) you this is not a device that will get lost in the crowd. Our own Derek Ross got some quality time with the Pantech Discover in Las Vegas, and what he discovered is that this is anything, but a run-of-the-mill smartphone. The first thing that is bound to…
The recently announced Pantech Discover has impressive specs for a budget phone. The 4.8-inch 720p display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and 13MP camera land on AT&T January 11 for $50 on contract.