Pantech Burst android smartphone officially unveiled

By Rahul Ramesh
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Pantech Burst android smartphone officially unveiled

 

Pantech, a very popular company in the West, has announced the launch of some cool devices in CES event. These launches have certainly captured the attention of gizmo buffs around the globe.  Pantech’s new handset, named Pantech Burst LTE, is one among the new models launched by the company.

The specifications are very good, although a few details still remain undisclosed.  Although Pantech Burst has a plastic build, it doesn’t mean that the handset isn’t durable. Pantech Burst looks sturdy and sleek, with its huge 4 inch Super AMOLED capacitive multi touchscreen display adding to its style. Pantech Burst is a great smartphone featuring almost everything you can think of to be there, in your mobile handset namely Bluetooth, WiFi etc.

With its powerhouse of processing Unit and Graphics accelerator, the Burst will surely impress you with its performance. In addition to all these features, Pantech Burst can also be categorized as a 4G phone as it comes with the LTE technology. Its 5 Megapixel primary camera can record 720p HD resolution videos and the image quality isn’t bad as well, although the VGA secondary camera is a slight disappointment.

Pantech Burst is an Android handset, running on the Android v2.3 Gingerbread operating system, and it is rumoured that there could be a possible OS update to Android v4.0 ICS, which hasn’t been officially confirmed yet. The coolest fact about the smartphone is that this it is very much affordable, but its price tag in India isn’t officially announced.

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