Pantech Element

Apparently some of the first CES 2012 devices are starting to leak out, with BGR getting a gander at the Pantech Element, an 8-inch Honeycomb tablet that supposedly will run $299 on contract with AT&T, or $499 outright. This little guy is another of AT&T's initial LTE devices, sports Android 3.2, 16GB of memory, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 5MP rear camera with 1080p video recording, and a 2MP front-facing camera. Oh, and it's water-resistant, for what that's worth.

We'll be looking for this one early next week, we reckon.

Source: BGR

 
There are 5 comments

Wow... Pantech you may have done well with the budget LTE phone on Verizon, but this just seems WAY too expensive for what it is.

Go Android! says:

Why does Pantech feel the need to skin Android for the worst? I hate cluttered notification bars.

Robbzilla says:

Who?

keith2k1 says:

Man everybody complains about Pantech without even knowing or trying...this is just one more reason why the U.S. is so far behind in mobile technology...that is all

ggeorg says:

That is $499 on a LTE(not to mention, 3g, '4g', 2g and g) tablet with 1.5 gHz dual core processor, that is not shabby at all.