Pantech’s upcoming handset, the Apache, or also known as the Mirach, has just arrived at the FCC for it to receive a whole slew of approval so that it can be ready to be in time for its date with Verizon Wireless’ store shelves. The Pantech Apache is no pushover, as this might very well be the next Verizon 4G LTE-enabled device on the network. While there is very little else revealed about the Apache concerning its innards, we could make some inference to the Mirach’s hardware portfolio, where it will come with a 3.5″ display, a decent enough 800MHz processor, 512MB RAM and 423MB of internal memory, a 3-megapixel camera located at the back and a 0.3-megapixel front facing camera for video calls.
Seems more to be a mid-range device than anything else, perhaps Pantech might want to step on the gas to deliver something more technologically advanced to compete on the high end market?
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