Previously seen as the Pantech Magnus P9090, the Pantech Flex has been just announced by AT&T. And it turns out that it’s quite a unique handset, being the first in the US that allows users to chose between the traditional Android (4.0 ICS) UI, and a simplified interface called “Easy Experience.”
According to AT&T and Pantech, the Easy Experience mode “prioritizes customers’ apps on the home screen in a clearly organized and easy-to-read format. Easy Experience users can enjoy an intuitive experience without sacrificing any of the latest in smartphone technology.”
Other than that, the Flex features LTE connectivity, a 4.5 inch qHD Super AMOLED display, 8MP rear camera with 1080p video recording, 2.0MP front-facing camera, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, and MicroSD card support. It will be available starting September 16, for just $49.99 on contract.
You can see the Pantech Flex in action in the promo video below:
Another new Android smartphone that should become available at AT&T soon is the Sony Xperia T (but this hasn’t been announced by the largest US carrier yet).
Via Press release
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