Since AT&T lost the iPhone exclusivity earlier this year, it’s been really pushing out the Android devices and today the carrier has just announced a new one to add to the list: the Pantech Crossover. Packing entry-level specs, the phone will be targeted at the budget users looking for a physical keyboard for users who prefer the tactile feedback of real buttons as opposed to vibrations from the phone itself.
The Pantech Crossover will have a 3.1″ display, a 600MHz processor, a 3-megapixel camera, a 2GB microSD card for storage purposes, a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and Android 2.2. The phone will also feature a textured back and rubberized corners to give users a better grip on the device. The Pantech Crossover will be launched on June 5th for $69.99 and a 2-year contract with AT&T. Seems like a pretty decent phone for first time Android users, especially at its price though its gaudy design and tiny screen might be a turn off for some consumers.
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