If the build quality of the Pantech Flex turns out to be decent, we might be looking at the best budget smartphone with LTE compatibility that AT&T currently has to offer: the 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display offers a decent resolution, while the processor and GPU are the same as with the HTC One X (U.S. version). If Pantech did not screw up on the build quality, the Flex is one budget smartphone I’m going to have to recommend.
A new phone has been teased by Pantech and, although we know nothing official about it, we’re already pretty excited. Called the “Flex”, this new handheld has been brought to the public attention in a rather unusual and creative way.
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