Forgoing the traditional methods of
actually announcing their products, Pantech is content to let the FCC do their PR for them
, with the latest
example being the PN-320 clamshell. It's not going for the world record or anything, but the 0.9-inch thick PN-320 is
still fairly slim for a flip phone, and it's not too hard on the eyes neither. Otherwise, the CDMA phone is pretty
lame, with a mere VGA camera and 262k color LCD, ala its PN-315
sibling. There's no branding visible, but the phone looks to be headed for Verizon like the PN-315, thanks to some
Verizon-specific wording in the manual. We just hope Verizon users can contain themselves for joy, and the FCC is
getting reimbursed somehow.
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