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Okay, so we're thinking we need to come up with a name for the \"slider with touch sensitive controls\" form factor, because \"Chocolate clone\" is starting to get a little long in the tooth. Any ideas? In the meantime, feast your eyes on Pantech & Curitel's latest... uh, Chocolate clone, the PN-S2

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Is it just us, or does this look vaguely like an LG CU320 before it got smacked with the ugly stick? As you might guess from the SKY branding, Pantech's IM-S130K won't be making it to the States -- or anywhere outside Korea, for that matter -- but our Korean friends will benefit from a 2-megapixel

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It's not unusual for a manufacturer to call out a model for being slim and stylish (or any number of other completely subjective, meaningless terms) but Pantech's kicking it up to the next level, emblazoning \"stylish slim\" right on the phone's face -- lest you forget the goodness of the device rest

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Yes, we know this looks like your garden variety Korea-only swiveling flip phone with DMB, but Pantech is making a very interesting claim about its PT-S130: it's allegedly the first DMB phone with Bluetooth. Of course, Samsung's been trying hard to collect every \"world's first\" title under the sun,

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\"Communications beyond time and place\" is the theme for Pantech's round of concepts for next-generation mobile devices, and though we don't really know what that means, we like a lot of what we're seeing. Apparently \"time\" is a reference to the fourth dimension, which ties into the 4G services the

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Korean carrier KTF is spreadin' some more slider love courtesy of Curitel. The PT-K2100 is undoubtedly Korea-only, but fret not, friends; there's not much to get excited about here. GPS is integrated to offer support for KTF's K-Ways voice navigation service with 3D mapping. Otherwise, the ph

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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, howeve

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New to the South Korean market: the Pantech and Curitel PT-S200 handset, a multimedia slider featuring a 2 megapixel camera and all-important subway map. This 17.9-millimeter thick model also sports a QVGA display, MicroSD slot for MP3s, mobile banking capabilities, and the requisite (for Korea, at

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