LG is looking to make a strong push here late in 2012 with their upcoming powerhouse Optimus G smartphone, but for those looking for a little less power -- and price -- the LG Escape 4G LTE from AT&T might be the perfect choice. With a 4.3-inch display and a massive battery under the hood this is what LG claims to be the perfect phone for users to transition into a smartphone. Check it out!
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Pantech and AT&T announced a brand new smartphone that is not only targeted for first time smartphone buyers, but it will also appeal to the budget crowd as well as those seeking some solid performance. This device might only cost $50 but it packs plenty of goods like 4G LTE and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich so lets take a look.
IFA this weekend we managed to stumble on a special Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone. What you'll see below is an exclusive plum colored quad-core Galaxy S III with 4G LTE from the folks at Vodafone. What's even better is this device also is running the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean from Samsung.
Korean Times Samsung holds just over 10% of all 4G LTE (long term evolution) patents and is prepared to play some offense of their own in the courtroom.
Pantech are finally ready to make a bigger splash here stateside according to the latest leak of the companies upcoming smartphone. Pantech has remained quite here in the states other than a few budget phones but this new Pantech Magnus is looking to change that. With impressive specs this phone could be "great" so lets take a look.
US Cellular are getting another Samsung smartphone to grace their growing 4G LTE network. Having just announced the new Samsung Galaxy Metrix 4G QWERTY slider smartphone. This is surely a budget aimed device but comes complete with a 4-inch display, full keyboard, and 4G LTE. Check it out below.
AsiaToday this phone will rock LG's current lineup with a quad-core processor and multiple other tricks up its sleeve.
PHOTON Q 4G LTE with the Now Network. Motorola calls this a "triple threat phone" with a great screen, PC-like keyboard, and dual-core processor. Stay tuned to find out how much of a threat it really is.