Review: Pantech Breakout for Verizon Wireless
The Breakout includes the stock Android browser. The browser software itself is unchanged and has the same features found on other Android handsets. What sets the Pantech Breakout apart, of course, is its LTE 4G radio. For those who live in areas covered by Verizon's LTE network, the Pantech Breakout offers breathtakingly-fast web browsing. You'll notice that when you transition from 3G to 4G, the Breakout goes from Camaro speeds to Ferrari speeds in a jiffy.
The Breakout gets an above average rating when it comes to user customization. The option to create four different modes lets users cater the phone's behavior to different pieces of their life. That's more than most Android phones can do (the exception being HTC's Sense phones). Add to that the seven home screen panels and you have a handset that can be made fully your own.
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