"AT&T's affordable solution to 4G lte service."4.5 starson by jerrodelliott
Pros: 4G lte at $49.99 Affordable and still comparable to other devices at 4x the price (HTC Vivid). Runs on a 1.2 dual core and has Android 2.3 loaded. A 5mp 720p is good enough for a camera phone. 16GB memory internal
Cons: Battery life is short (4 hours) and can get very hot. Only one speaker in the back makes it difficult to hear when using it for navigation or as a speaker phone and there is average noise around.
Summary: In summary, the Pantech Burst is a good compromise for 4G lte technology versus other devises that have the same bandwidth but better cameras. In my opinion, if you want to take pictures or record things, use a camera or a dedicated video recorder. For simple snap shots to load on your social media site a 720P 5MP camera with a 1.3 MP camera in the front if satisfactory. The phone looses a 1/2 star for battery life and not giving it the 1.5 processor but for simple travel use, it does fine. Again, if I wanted to do serious computing or play an intense game, I would use a computer or a dedicated gaming system. This smart phone works fine for what it is intended to do. I can voice call, text, mms and video chat with people on the go and use the 4G lte to find out the answer to whatever my friends and I are arguing about. "Oh yeah! GOOGLE IT!" of course by the time you read this, it will be soooo 17 seconds ago.