The Pantech Perception Leaks, Headed to Big Red
As CES is officially over there is still a lot to catch up to however one small Pantech made Verizon ready device just did not want to conform to the hype that is CES announcements. Early on in the convention Pantech and Ma’Bell announced a new handset named the Pantech Discover. While the Discover is seemingly a private deal between At&t and Pantech, it won’t keep Verizon out of the loop! Within the settling of the misty tech dust @evleaks took it upon themselves to show off a handset that did not make its way to CES, the Pantech Perception. Leaks are delayed by no one persons or convention!
At nearly the height of the convention the trustworthy and nearly always on par evleaks took to the twittersphere to show off a rendering of a new Pantech handset alongside a slew of specs and carrier details. On Janurary 9th details of the Pantech Perception rose to the top of the rumor mill. According to the leaky details, the Perception is a solid new phone and if it’s anything to compete with the Discover, it should prove to be affordable. According to the leaky details the Pantech Perception will start with a 4.8 inch touch screen display that offers up a 1280x720p HD pixel resolution. Internally it is said to run a Qualcomm Snapdragon S system chip with a dual core 1.5 GHz processor. Additionally it comes with 1 GB of RAM and LTE connectivity. While the buck stops here as far as additional details, however the leaky source is “implying” that its price will be on par with the $50 dollar Pantech Discover HD. While the Pantech Perception may be a few months or weeks off, it’s a sure bet that this new Pantech device will pop up in the rumor mill one more time before release.
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