While most of the users are craving for the modern, intense hardware and high-end spec’d Android phones, what about the budget-goers who are looking for an affordable LTE capable decent phone. Well, Verizon has started selling the Pantech Breakout handset, which is a perfect option for the budget-goers. Though it is not a powerhouse smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S II or Motorola Droid Bionic, this handset has got all the notable specifications and it is Verizon’s most affordable LTE capable handset with a price tag of $99.99, that’s nearly a third of the original price tag of the previous LTE phones. All the previous Verizon branded LTE capable handsets have gone for sale with price tags ranging between $250 – $300 on a contract.
Pantech Breakout will have 1GHz processor, 4-inch display with 800 x 480-pixel resolution and a 5MP camera. Users can also record in 720p HD video with the help of the primary camera and there’s a second front-facing camera for video chat. The phone runs on Gingerbread (Android 2.3) and it can serve as a hotspot for up to 10 other Wi-Fi enabled devices.
Head over to the Verizon Online Stores (hit the link) and in-stores to grab the Pantech Breakout handset for just $99.99 (after $50 mail-in-rebate) on a two-year contract with the carrier.