Pantech Breeze III: Senior Citizen Special?
It’s a cheap and basic clamshell cell phone with a big, easy to use, keypad and a simple user interface. The battery life is great and it makes calls, but that’s where the good news ends. The features on this phone are very limited.
The Original Pantech Breeze
The first Breeze is really not all that different from the latest version. It’s a simple clamshell mobile phone that doesn’t cater for much beyond calls and texts.
Precision with the Pantech Laser
The Laser has a really nice display and it slides open to reveal a physical QWERTY keyboard for easy typing. There’s a good range of messaging options and it will double up as a digital music player or camera (3 MP). It’s a solid mid-range phone.
Pantech Crossover Reviewed - Pantech's Entry Into Android for the U.S.
This is a cheap Android smartphone with a decent touch screen and a slide out keyboard for typing comfort. It’s very affordable, but pretty light on features. Is it a trade-off you’re willing to make?
Pantech Slate: For Text Addicts
The Slate really lives up to its name with a slab-like design. You’ve got a small display and a full keyboard beneath. It’s good for texting and that’s about all.
Smart Messaging with the Pantech Link
This is an updated version of the Slate and it also borrows the classic BlackBerry design with a small display and a full QWERTY keyboard beneath. It’s perfect for one-handed typing so it will suit text addicts, but the multimedia support is hampered by the small screen and the battery life and call quality are not the best.
Pantech Caper Reviewed: Quick Messaging Device
The Caper looks an awful lot like a BlackBerry with a small 2.6 inch screen and a full QWERTY keyboard beneath. It’s designed as a messaging phone, so for email and text it has you covered, but if you’re looking for more it won’t fit the bill for you.
Another QMD: The Pantech Pursuit
The Pursuit is a short, chubby kind of a phone with a 2.8 inch touch screen that slides aside to reveal a physical keyboard. It has a pretty unique look and there is a reasonable range of features although the 2 MP camera is a disappointment.
Brace for the Pantech Impact
This is a solid feature phone with a fairly unremarkable set of features. It does, however, have an interesting flip open design that reveals a full physical QWERTY keyboard. The external display is handy for when the phone is closed and the keyboard is great for text addicts. Other details, such as the 2 MP camera, are less than impressive.
A Detailed Pantech Crux Review
This is a touch-screen smartphone clone with a 3 megapixel camera and great multimedia support. If you need music, GPS, web access, Bluetooth and a decent camera then you’ll struggle to find it all cheaper than this.
Curved Accessibility with the Pantech Ease
Here’s another touch screen and slide out physical keyboard combo, are you noticing a pattern here? It’s a good texting device with well-spaced keys, but it lacks in the features department.
Pantech Jest Review: It’s No Joke
If some of the rest of the Pantech line up have borrowed the classic BlackBerry Bold and Curve aesthetic then the Jest has modeled itself on the Torch. It slides up the way to reveal the keyboard but it only has a 2.6 inch screen so it is very compact when closed. Get all the details in this review.
The Dual-Sliding Pantech Duo
Well, you weren’t expecting this. The Duo is not content with just a side sliding keyboard it also throws a slide out keypad into the mix. This WinMo device is distinctly strange and it’s not a design you’ll see repeated.
Pantech Matrix Offers More Dual-Sliding Action
Okay scratch that last sentence, here we go again with a side sliding keyboard and a vertical sliding keypad. The Matrix is bit more colorful than the Duo, but the feature list is sparse.
That’s the end of our Pantech round up. There are some exciting new Pantech phones on the way featuring Android, so keep an eye out for the Pantech Breakout.