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O2 has been known to source its Xda line of smartphones from a number of different sources over the years including HTC and ASUS -- but Pantech? We're pretty sure that's a new one. Then again, WinMo 6.1 dual sliders aren't exactly easy to come by, so we suppose O2 simply did what it had to do to ge

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July 17, 2009 at 9:18AM
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We've known just about everything there is to know about Pantech's slip-sliding Matrix PRO, but those two most important tidbits have thus far eluded us. Thankfully, the pricing and availability details you've been craving since last week have finally arrived. The handset will be available on the 2

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Pantech's Matrix PRO is certainly an interesting update on the original Pantech Duo, and although we're not super-intrigued by a handset that can't be updated to Windows Mobile 6.5, we're not going to let that get in the way of some unboxing good times -- and they must be good, because PocketNow's

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Pantech's Matrix PRO is certainly an interesting update on the original Pantech Duo, and although we're not super-intrigued by a handset that can't be updated to Windows Mobile 6.5, we're not going to let that get in the way of some unboxing good times -- and they must be good, because PocketNow's

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This thing's been on quite a journey from concept to production, but here we are -- finally, a true successor to Pantech's quirky Duo on AT&T. The Matrix PRO features HSDPA (up from UMTS), integrated GPS with AT&T Navigator, Bluetooth, a 2 megapixel cam, Video Share support, and Windows Mob

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This thing's been on quite a journey from concept to production, but here we are -- finally, a true successor to Pantech's quirky Duo on AT&T. The Matrix PRO features HSDPA (up from UMTS), integrated GPS with AT&T Navigator, Bluetooth, a 2 megapixel cam, Video Share support, and Windows Mob

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