AT&T announced an entry-level Android landscape slider, the Pantech Crossover, which is the first Android phone from Pantech.
The Pantech Crossover is designed for users ready to make the cross over to the Android line, from a messaging phone to a smartphone.
The Pantech Crossover features include Android 2.2 Froyo, a five-screen customizable interface, a 3.1" touchscreen, Wi-Fi, a 2GB microSD installed, a 3MP camera, a 600Mhz processor, voice recognition, a 1500 mAh battery, and connections for up to 5 mobile hotspots.
The Pantech Crossover is preloaded with AllSport GPS, an application that offers workout tracking, maps, a calorie counter and more features for your active lifestyle.
It will cost $69.99 with a contract from AT&T.
The Pantech Crossover will be one of the premier phones promoted this summer on the Dew Tour.