Verizon Wireless has added a new mobile phone to their phone line up. The Pantech Crux comes in a candybar form factor and features a 3-inch Touchscreen display with a 240×400 pixel resolution, a 3-Megapixel Camera with smile detection, video recording and a dedicated shutter button.
It offers built-in GPS Navigation, and access to social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. The Crux also comes Verizon’s Navigator software, it also has Bluetooth Connectivity, a 3.5mm Audio Jack, microUSB, and a microSD card slot that supports cards up to 32GB. The Verizon Pantech Crux is presently being offered for a price of $49.99 and a 2-year contract with a 1GB microSD card pre-installed.