HTC Panache 4G

The HTC Panache 4G, a.k.a. the HTC Glacier for regional carriers, is now available on Cincinnati Bell. Formerly exclusive to Canadian carrier Mobilicity, the Panache has a 1 GHz second-gen Snapdragon processor, a 3.8-inch WVGA screen with 480 x 800 resolution, front and rear-facing cameras, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Plus it's got HSDPA/HSUPA support, so it’ll be able to take advantage of Bell’s “4G” speeds. The Panache will set you back $199 after mail-in rebate on a two-year contract (or $499 without commitment) and is shipping as we speak.

Source: Cincinnati Bell; Thanks, Josh!

 
There are 6 comments

ak110707 says:

Good to see: small yet mighty, Cinci Bell.

mjneid says:

Not that shabby. Not really impressed either Cincinnati Bell and T-Mobile share the same HSPA(+) frequency so they are interchangeable.

Now if only T-Mobile would sell that version so it doesn't have the ugly "MyTouch" at the top.

GhostGregg says:

Good Lord!! another 2.3 gingerbread tease! If its "ready" for the Panache/ Glacier then it should be ready for the mytouch. Only difference is the mytouch sense UI!?! C'mon already!.

BTW. Nice rock solid phone! congrats Bell!

mjneid says:

I had the 2.3.4 Espresso update on my phone for a few weeks. And running AOSP 2.3.4 as of current.

Ekachu says:

And the myTouch 4G Slide/Doubleshot is shipping with Gingerbread as well (and I think a version of Sense 3.0 with a myTouch flair), so it's only a matter of time.

(They need to get it together, cause yeah the only difference is the UI.)

Nirvana328 says:

It's amazing that this phone can come with Gingerbread, but when HTC released other high end phones like the Droid Incredible 2 or the Thunderbolt, they were stuck with Froyo.