Pantech impact can be a good phone but is a little finicky
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Loved the design of the phone and look of it but have been having a few issues. The super sensitive touch screen which is on the outside can be annoying at times and the end call button sometimes doesn't work. Also you can't look at any call history unless it's through the tiny front screen, the option just isn't there when you slide it open.
Excerpt: I got this phone mainly for the qwerty keyboard for texting...and it's texting features are about its best features. it is easy to navigate the menus and find what you need...the camera took some getting used to. the worse feature of the phone is the super sensitive outer touch screen, which can drive you nuts. all in all im satisfied with this phone for the basic uses i use a phone for - calls and texting...have never navigated the net on it so can't review that part.
Excerpt: The Impact is a cute little phone. It looks great, but its not so easy to use. I find it very hard to answer when anyone calls. The battery DOES NOT last long AT ALL. I sometimes have to charge it twice a day, and always at least once a day. Their is only one choice when it comes to the texting format. I would recomend turning off the vibration. It will save some of the battery charge. The speakers are great. It is very easy to hear. It takes good pictures.
Excerpt: When I was looking for a new phone, I wanted only three features: an easy to use/access calculator, QWRTY keybord, and threaded text. I don't use any of the fancy features on phones, just calls, texting, and my calculator. This seemed to be the phone for me! I loved it. I loved the "normal phone" appearance from the outside and the "normal keyboard" appearance on the inside, rather than the cluttered look of many QWRTY phones I looked at.
Excerpt: And while I wouldn't want to buy another, these are OK, since we got them for free for renewing our contract. I love that I can connect to facebook, or check my email, or check the weather. It's not a smartphone, but I still have great connectivity to whatever I need to do online. It holds pictures, ringtones and many other attributes, but the one that I absolutely hate about this phone is that I can't change the alert message tone. It's the same annoying tone...
Excerpt: While this phone may be worth the money you spend on it, sometimes, it's just not very smart. The Pantech Impact P7000 is a snazzy little flip phone, that boasts a touch screen top, a full qwerty keyboard and a 2.6 LCD display inside. Other features include a 2.0 megapixel camera, pre-loaded melodies, inetrnet capabilities (3G), bluetooth, alarm, voice recorder, video and IM, etc.
Front screen of the Pantech Impact scratches easily.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I received this phone for Christmas from my parents. I'd been needing one very badly and was pleasantly surprised at how cute it was with it's pink color. The only requirement I had for a cell phone was a QWERTY keyboard. While the Pantech Impact definitely has a QWERTY keyboard and looks smooth and fancy - it's durability is lacking with regard to the front screen. I am not easy on my phones. I have a two year old who likes to get into EVERYTHING..
Excerpt: When I got this phone (for free on my cell plan) I wanted it because it had a touch screen and opened to a full keyboard, and I really liked the pink color of the phone. I like the QWERTY keyboard that is on this phone. The keys are very small, though, so it's hard to get the right letters at times. I like the speaker phone feature. Actually that is how I've been told they can hear me best.
Excerpt: I got my Pantech Impact as a part of a family plan, so i didn't get to chose it. It was definitely an upgrade from my old non-QWRTY Samsung. Being a hard-core texter, I like the full keyboard a lot; it definetely speeds up the process! The conversation-style texting is also convenient. You can see what message you are replying to on the same screen as the message you are typing.