The Pantech Magnus has been no stranger since the end of August but aside from AT&T as the carrier and little information about specs (including an eight-megapixel camera and at that time, Android 4.0 ICS) there was nothing further. The Pantech P9090 has also been rumored to be part of the AT&T line-up for Q4 as the Batsu.

Even now, all we have is the above press render to go by. If the camera has been kept at the same eight-megapixel size is unknown; taking a look at the phone we’re seeing on-screen buttons and a rather large screen (we wouldn’t dare estimate its dimensions in inches) decorated at the top with the AT&T logo used on the back of the Optimus G. With the render out we’re now expecting official wording from AT&T in the very near future.

Source: Twitter

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