Pantech's better half Curitel is showing us their latest bit of Korea-only goodness, the PT-K2300. The slider's claim to fame is its touch-sensitive surface, which allows the weary user to actuate functions with virtually no effort whatsoever. (The screen itself is not touch-sensitive, however.) Besides the garden-variety 1.3 megapixel camera and MicroSD slot, A2DP is included, as our model appears to be demonstrating here, which should come in handy for the MP3 player and streaming radio support. Available in "Icy White" and "Noble Black," if you're in Korea, that is.

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