Plus, it's good to see AT&T sticking to its word about updating its 2011 post-paid Android phones to 2.3.The bad news for you Crossover owners is that rather than performing a simple over the air upgrade, the new software must be installed by plugging the device into your Windows PC and using a Pantech upgrade tool.
Updates for a Pantech cell phone can be performed over the air.
Both phones can be upgraded to Android 4.0, AT&T said in a blog post published today. The two Pantech phones are mass market smartphones and part of AT&T's strategy to widen its smartphone base with more attractive pricing.
The update brings the phones to the second latest version of Android, behind Jelly Bean, or Android 4.1.
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