Verizon to launch entry-level Pantech PN-300 and Kyocera K323

Verizon entry level phones

Verizon Wireless announced two new entry-level phones. First one is the Pantech PN-300, a clamshell that has two displays, the internal of which supports 65k colors. It lacks camera and advanced multimedia features, as it is targeted to people who don’t want to spend much on their mobile phone.

It seems that the clamshell form-factor is the main selling point for entry-level devices, as the other phone Verizon Wireless will offer is also of this design – the Kyocera K323. This one is coming with internal antenna, built-in camera, and bluetooth, but it will also be one of the free phones the carrier will offer in its line.

It’s expected for the Pantech PN-300 to launch very soon, while the Kyocera K323 will be available later, but probably before the end of the year.

Via engadget.

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