The Now Network (aka Verizon Wireless) seems to be on a roll these days, especially when you take into consideration the expansion of its 4G network alongside the plethora of devices introduced for it. Among the latest models that are set to arrive on Verizon would be the Pantech Breakout that made it through the FCC’s tests as the Apache, how fitting as a rite of passage for a phone to be a “man”, just like many of us in life.

Well, at least there are now some higher-quality renders for your eyeballs to look over them thanks to PocketNow, and the specifications of the Pantech Breakout will most probably align itself to what the HTC Thunderbolt and Samsung Droid Charge offers, although you will have to make do with Pantech’s own version of their custom Android user interface, while gaining from the inclusion of a 10-device mobile hotspot capability.

No idea on pricing or availability as at press time, but if you’re in the market for a 4G LTE device, then chances are you won’t go wrong with Verizon Wireless.

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