CES 2012: Pantech's Burst is an affordable quality LTE smartphone (video)
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CES 2012: Pantech's Burst is an affordable quality LTE smartphone (video)

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The Burst is Pantech's answer to an affordable Android LTE smartphone that doesn't skimp on the quality.

Hey, guys. It's (Lyn Ma?) and I'm here at CES 2012 in Las Vegas and I'm here to present to you guys the Pantech Burst . It's an AT&T 4G LT Smart phone and it runs on 2.3 Android as a 4 inch super amoLED HD screen. it's 5 megapixel camera and the back shoots 720p HD video. the Pantech Burst ships January 22nd for 4999. If you wanna buy it with the Pantech element tablet, you could get both for about $250. I'm (Lyn Ma?) for CNET and you've been looking at Pantech Burst for AT&T.

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