Consider the Pantech Perception if you're deciding among $100 smartphones, but you'll get more for your money with a discounted Samsung Galaxy S3 or other last-season phones.
If you don't give a whit about the camera or video, the Pantech Breakout is a fast and straightforward Android handset for Verizon.
If you're looking for an inexpensive Android phone to fall in love with, AT&T's $50 Pantech Discover is it.
The Pantech Crux makes a good multimedia feature phone on paper, but its poor touch-screen performance prevents us from recommending it.
Its bargain price tag will help prospective buyers overlook the Pantech Flex's weaknesses, and those seeking Android Ice Cream Sandwich with training wheels will find its optional easy mode appealing.
The Pantech Caper is a solid messaging phone for the prepaid crowd, as long as you don't expect multimedia features.
Heavy texters will find much to like in the cute, compact Pantech Renue, but its shorter battery life and underdeveloped camera are setbacks.
If texting is your game, you'll find a speedy keyboard in the Pantech Verse; however, the phone will disappoint those looking for faster data options.
At just $50, the feature-rich Pantech Burst packs in more high-end goodies than you'd expect from a budget LTE phone. However, call quality and battery life aren't its strong suits.
Verizon's Pantech Marauder is a reasonably priced Android 4.0 handset that's perfect for beginners who want a keyboard and 4G LTE data speeds.