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Pantech Marauder is an Android 4.0 keyboard phone for beginners.: First Look

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First Look: Pantech Marauder is an Android 4.0 keyboard phone for beginners.

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With two UI modes for those unfamiliar and familiar with Android, Verizon's Pantech Marauder is a starter 4G LTE handset that's also equipped with a keyboard.

Hello everybody its link up from CNET bringing you guys in the -- tech writer friend -- that. The neurotic is an Internet corporate account Ice Cream Sandwich and that I had -- three point eight inch touch screen a five megapixel rear facing camera. And it VGA front seats and it's packed pile one point two gigahertz dual core processor and a one point six say anti -- battery. Which roughly translates to eight hours of recorded talk time. In addition it runs on Verizon's four GL TE. Aimed at first time Smartphone users it has two UI options one cup start mode designed for beginning. It is you for posting pages a more streamlined design and a simplified app -- When you start getting in a fun you're already familiar with Android you can graduates -- standard which is if -- -- screen pages. Makes -- apps readily available and includes more options with its box. The -- also has a five row sliding keep -- While I like parasites that each key. Fairly flash at the surfaces. Which makes it hard for some people -- high. The device is also happy it weighs a whopping 607. Ounces more than -- there it. If you're interested unless initially going for fifty dollars after he signed a two year contract and -- and mailing rebate. Out early on and holidays -- we -- being offered for free from right. Again finally enforcing -- -- you that that tech writer.

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