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Pantech Crosses Over To Android With The Crossover

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May 31, 2011, 8:30 AM   by Rich Brome

AT&T and Pantech today announced the Crossover, Pantech's first Android smartphone for the U.S. Targeted at people with an active lifestyle, the Crossover features a "durable" (but not fully military-spec, ruggedized) design, and the "AllSport GPS" app, offering workout tracking and a calorie counter. It also sports a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. With a 3.1-inch display, 3-megapixel camera, and 600 MHz processor, the Crossover is otherwise an entry-level Android phone; a key selling point being its $70 price (with two-year contract.) Other features include version 2.2 of Android and a 2 GB memory card, upgradeable to 32 GB. The Crossover goes on sale this coming Sunday, June 5.

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Jun 1, 2011, 11:22 PM


What are the odds this ugly looking "Pancrap" will have a resistive touchscreen and will most likely be the only Android phone on the market that uses a properitory charger instead of a micro USB like every other Pantech, sometimes you wonder how some companies stay in business when they just make crappy products over and over and over again...

Jun 1, 2011, 6:20 AM


Why would I purchase a Pantech Android over, say, an HTC, Samsung or Motorola? I can respect Pantech for trying to garner market share, but I just don't see it happening. While Pantech isn't new to the wireless handset world by any means, consumer faith has been shaken by terrible phones such as the Matrix, Duo and Ease. If I were them, I would stick to building components for other manufacturers as they once did. It seems like a better and more lucrative move than attempting (poorly) to build a brand image and hang with the big dogs. Meh.
... so far, this is the only AT&T Froyo with a keyboard. Seriously 😳

Hopefully, not for long though 🤤

May 31, 2011, 2:27 PM

ha ha

I don't think anybody reads this site anymore... This phone looks cheap as hell by the way....
I read this site daily. That's at least one.

I concur, though. This phone is ugly
I access this site at least 6 times daily for "Accurate" information.

I have also succeeded in having many individuals check in on this site and other sites to learn precise news pertaining to the wireless industry.

Just because comments don't ...
When I worked for at&t literally every single person I worked with checked this site multiple times a day.
Uh.....no comment still means no comment......durp! 🙄
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