What we've got here today is Pantech's very first Android effort in the United States. It's certainly no top-tier device, but a mid-range contender it certainly is. That said, as a commenter noted in the hands-on post, it reminds one very much of a phone from 2007 by the name of Helio Ocean.
Does that mean its hopelessly outdated? Absolutely not. Have a look at a device that I'd suggest to any one of my relatives who want to get into Android any day of the week. Family and friends lost in the unconnected past, welcome to the mobile future, this is your guide, the Pantech Crossover.