AT&T is planning to surprise its users and customers with a new high end smartphone, which of course will offer 4G support as the company is still expanding its LTE network. The phone is being developed by the South Korean, Pantech Company and has all that it takes to surprise the audience. I am talking about the Pantech Flex, which apparently is the recently leaked Magnus P9090.Anyway the official release date, future price and specs list were announced by AT&T, so if you want to learn more about this handset check out the following lines.
First of all, let’s take a look over the design. As you can see in the image from above, the phone is not looking bad, though I think that it is a little bit “boring”, with nothing to impress. The Pantech Flex is featuring a large 4.3 inch qHD Super AMOLED display and it will be perfect for any type of user as it comes with the Easy Experience interface which is installed on top of the Android system. If we are to talk about the specs, the AT&T Pantech Flex will be offering a dual core 1.5 GHz processor, an 8 MP camera with 1080p HD video recording capability on the back along with a 2 MP one on the front and a micro SD card support perfect for expanding the storage memory.
As already mentioned, the smartphone will be running the Android platform, with Ice Cream Sandwich on board and with the Easy Experience user interface on top. Also it features the SwiftKey keyboard technology which will be perfect for those who are used to write messages or talk with their friends or family through Facebook or Tweeter. We shouldn’t forget the 4G LTE support as it will offer faster internet speeds and an improved web browsing experience.
The official AT&T Pantech Flex release date will be on September 16th, so only a few days until the big event. If you like it, then you should know that the handset will cost you only $ 50. The price is available only if you agree to sign a two year commitment with AT&T. Furthermore, the Pantech Flex will be launched only by the mentioned retail, so don’t expect to see it announced by other carriers. That is all that we could find so far; stay close as if something fresh comes out we will be the first to update you.