Verizon’s line-up of world phones will soon be expanded with the addition of Pantech Escapade WP8990VW, a new, unannounced clamshell.
Being a world phone, the Pantech Escapade will come with a SIM card, so you’ll be abe to use it overseas on GSM networks.
The handset has mid to low-end features, including a QVGA internal display, a 2MP camera and a 2.5mm headset jack.
Apparently, there’s no MicroSD card slot, so let’s hope that the internal memory is generous enough.
When launched, the Escapade will probably the only Pantech phone in Verizon’s mobile offering. Unfortunately, its release date and price are currently not known.
Via Phone Arena
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