Yonhap, Pantech is currently in negotiations with the American software giant to pay indeterminate licensing fees for the priveledge of running Android (a free and open-source operating system) on its phones. Along with LG and a handful of other major manufacturers like Samsung and HTC, Microsoft now claims it collects fees for more than 70% of Android phones sold in the United States.
BGR, the Element also includes basic waterproof specification. You get some fairly standard specs including an 8-inch screen running the latest version of Honeycomb for just $299.99, which makes the new tablet the cheapest available on AT&T.
the Breakout to Verizon earlier this year, and headed toward AT&T seems to be a tablet to run on their newly found 4G LTE network. The P4100 is only the model number of the device, but in due time we'll find out its proper name. AT&T hasn't advertised the P4100 officially, and if you hadn't carefully been paying attention to the news then you wouldn't know it existed.
announced back in October on Monday AT&T shared the details and told the world they will all be available online and in-stores come Sunday, November 20th. Those include the Samsung Captivate Glide, the Samsung Doubletime, Pantech Pocket and the AT&T Avail. Today they've just announced pricing and we have the details below.
list of five new Android smartphones coming soon for a part of their fall lineup and while the Atrix 2 has already launched, we are still waiting on the others. If you've been following @ATT you'd have seen that today they announced many of those phones will be available starting November 20th. Most importantly that will be when the Captivate Glide hits the streets.
patents for slide to unlock, but lets see how they take this newest video from Pantech. They are showing off their new 4.5" 4G LTE Android smartphone, enjoy the video after the break.
odd 4:3 ratio in a widescreen Android world. PCMag was on-hand at CTIA to give us a look.
five new Android phones for the nationwide network. The Motorola Atrix 2, the Samsung Captivate Glide and DoubleTime, the Pantech Pocket and the "AT&T" Avail. Most of the phones don't have any availability info just yet, but the Atrix 2 will be in stored on Sunday, October 16th for $99.
Galaxy Nexus/Nexus Prime and the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE have a 720p screen, and the Galaxy Note bumps it up to 1280 x 800. Add another to the list with the Pantech Vega LTE. The newest from the South Korean manufacturer has a 4.5-inch display showing off the best of Gingerbread. Pantech's translation is a little rough, but based on some quick measurements, it looks like the screen will be a full 16:10, 1280 x 800 panel.