Conclusion: If you're looking for a phone that passes by as being just a phone, then the Pantech Breeze II should prove to be a decent solution for you. However, we were surprised to see how much depth the phone has when it comes to features and performance. But at the same time with its option for the “Breeze Mode,” it takes the pain out of getting too bogged down for those who aren't necessarily up to speed with the modern conveniences of most phones.
Pros: Lightweight, Good battery life, Inexpensive with an overall good performance
Cons: Unchanged design, Cheap feeling, Camera takes poor indoor shots
Conclusion: For a phone that costs less than $20, it’s not too bad, for that price I certainly wouldn’t expect a fully featured phone with a high end camera in it. For what it is though it’s not a bad little phone, call quality and battery life are very good and those are very important things to consider of course. The browser is just horrible, it’s just almost unusable and the camera is bad as well in both placeman and picture quality.
Pros: Inexpensive, Simple to use, Good battery life, Good call quality, Well made
Cons: Lots of junk installed, Camera position is not the greatest, Browser can be sluggish, Pictures are pretty bad indoors
Review of Pantech's super easy to use BreEZe II for AT&T
7 May 2010
Summary: The Pantech BreEZe II for AT&T is a low cost clamshell cell phone that has all of the standard features one would expect in a feature phone today, but also understands that some people need, or simply want, a phone that is easy to use. As such, the BreEZe II comes with a host of usability features that make it appropriate for young kids, seniors, and technophobes alike.
Pros: Crisp QVGA display, dedicated speed dial keys, Breeze mode UI is very easy to use
Cons: Only 3 hours of talk time, proprietary headset/headphone jack, needs more call volume