Say you're on Telus and you're looking for a fresh low-end flip. You'd like it to be Korean, but you're opposed to Samsung and LG. Pretty tough requirements to satisfy, eh? Pantech's swooping in to your rescue with their PN3200, a basic clamshell with 220 x 176 internal and 96 x 96 external displays, Bluetooth, a VGA cam, 64-tone polyphony, music player, and little ol' 1xRTT for data. Not a bad freshman effort for Pantech's entry into the Canadian marketplace, especially at $99.99 CAD on a 2-year contract.

[Via Slashgear]

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