It's no secret that Pantech has a crush on Latin America, and now it looks like they've got a thing for South America, too. That "other" Korean manufacturer is shooting for 10 percent total market share in Argentina by the end of 2007, and to do it, they're sending their cameralike PG-6100 clamshell. Stand-out features include a 2 megapixel cam (perhaps not quite the resolution we'd ask of a phone that really does look like a digicam), 220 x 176 internal and 96 x 96 external displays, Bluetooth, comprehensive multimedia support with a built-in FM radio, RS-MMC expansion for when the 256MB of internal storage doesn't cut it, and a tri-band GSM radio. Look for the PG-6100 now on Argentina's CTI Movil (especially if you're interested in helping Pantech meet its market share goals).

[Via MobileBurn]

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