Summary: The back half of the Breeze III is slightly larger than the Breeze II. The Breeze II had a sleek professional appearance, the Breeze III looks rugged and clunky in comparison. When I started using the Breeze III I immediately began receiving complaints that the other party couldn't hear me, that I sounded far away, that I sounded like I was in a tin can.
Cons: poor audio quality on calls , clunky physical appearance
Summary: In 2 months, I have replaced 2 of these with new contract. The audio is unacceptable and poor. First phone microphone was messed up and could not hear me on other end even though I speak loudly. New phone within warranty is just as defective. People could hear me for a few minutes then I would sound garbled and they couldn't figure out what I was saying. Worked fine for about a month before defect showed up on this last one.
Pros: prior pantech 1 & 2 were good
Cons: poor audio quality , defective phone that doesn't last
Summary: I have recently gotten my first cell phone and I had chosen the Pantech this has been a good phone easilily understood the apps and functions of the phone and most of its features. The sales person that help us at the Att store was very knowledgeable and helpfull in every way.
Summary: I had a Nokia flip phone before this and only changed phones because my Nokia died (after several years of good service). I bought the Pantech because I thought it was a similar phone. I fine it hard to read anything on it (the font is too small). I can't figure out how to change the default storage for pics and vids (the user manual isn't worth the paper it's printed on). If you have a choice, go with something else!