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Pantech Crux is Verizon's 'simple, sleek, and affordable' full touchscreen phone

Chris Ziegler

The Octane isn't Verizon's only introduction today -- and let's be honest, no hardware intro would be complete without a full touchscreen model these days, now, would it? Pantech is rolling in with the Crux, featuring a 3-inch touchscreen accompanied by a microSD slot (32GB max and 1GB included in the box), a 3 megapixel camera, and not a whole heck of a lot else -- you're certainly not going to find Android here. Kind of handsome in a strange way, isn't it? Look for it to drop online and in stores tomorrow for $49.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate on a new two-year deal.

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