Summary: This is my first smart phone. I've been using it for about 3 weeks and overall I'm happy with it. I am not a big phone user. In a typical week I have only a dozen phone calls and maybe 15 - 20 text messages. The voice quality is good and I can go 3 - 4 days before I need to charge the battery.
Summary: Hardware shoulder buttons: One is a quick access list, the other is screen lock and power. I use them constantly. Keyboard: I can't manage to use on screen keyboards accurately. The hardware keyboard provides tactile feedback. The keys are large and nicely spaced, easy to see and feel.
Summary: I picked this phone based on the positive reviews it has received, and I haven't been disappointed. It seems well made, the keyboard works well, the display is clear, and it's been a great introduction to smart phones.
great phone, except volume when listening to calls was too low
Ms. Lady, Amazon
15 April 2013
Summary: Pros: I liked this phone--it was well made, had all the features I liked, was easy to use, all the apps I used worked well. Battery life was very adequate. Pantech technical support was very helpful and courteous. Similarly, AT&T was helpful.
Summary: This phone is a great purchase for anyone looking for a phone to get started with in the android smart phone world. However, i do find the buttons at the top of the phone a bit sensitive at times, and the phone can be slow from time to time as well.
Summary: Its really a pity that this phone appears to be no longer available for purchase, as it would make a good first smartphone for some of the older people out there (I'm 62). Battery life is decent, given what it does.
Summary: Let me be honest: I wasn't expecting much. My previous experience with Android would be the Kindle fire, or 4.0. I didn't really think that it would be good compared to my Windows Phone (Which I loved!). I knew that if you go into the history of Android, it's full of errors.