Pantech Vega Iron could be one of the first smartphones to receive Android 4.4 KitKat, shortly after the launch of the OS by Google.
There are smartphones sold out of our region that would let dreamers more than one of us. Some Chinese manufacturers produce smartphones with features worthy of the best high end appliances market and sell them cheaply. Ditto for some South Korean manufacturers such as Pantech, which marketed some of its smartphones that within its domestic market. Thus, the Asian manufacturer, father of Iron Vega, introduced last April, said on Twitter that its smartphone would host the next version of Android, the 4.4 KitKat. The phone, which currently runs Android 4.1.2 should skip to the next version of Google’s OS, following the presentation of it. This update should arrive in the weeks or months following the launch of Android 4.4.
To recap, the Pantech Vega Iron has a HD screen 5 inches almost borderless (2.4 mm at the edges). It is compatible LTE and carbide Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 600, like the HTC One, in particular, sold in France. It is also equipped with a sensor of 13 megapixels and a battery of 2150 mAh. In short, a high-end smartphone up to competition from the time of its presentation.