Excerpt: Reviewers praise the Pantech Laser's slim design and solid messaging capabilities, saying it's a good choice for users -- especially teens -- who text frequently. Though the phone is less than a half-inch thick, the Laser is equipped with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, with keys that are well spaced...
Summary: The Pantech Laser is said to be one of the slimmest slider phones on the market today. At only 0.4 inches thick it is almost as thin as a regular BIC ballpoint pen. Find out what else the Pantech Laser has to offer in this Pantech Laser review.
Conclusion: Like the Pantech Link, this phone seemed to me to be more of a souped-up texting phone than a smartphone. The touchscreen was a bit inaccurate and the OS was a bit laggy. Perhaps a decent starter phone for someone not wanting to go full-bore on a true smartphone, but the lack of true smartphone...
Pros: + Very slim profile
Cons: - Touchscreen is frustratingly inconsistent in responsiveness
Excerpt: The Laser comes equipped with an AMOLED display, a 3 MP camera, a great physical keyboard, and a super-thin profile. After testing, it shot its way up to number one on PhoneDog's Top Messaging Phones for AT&T list. Sydney now does a full review and lists the pros and cons of this top-notch device.
Conclusion: Yes, the Pantech Laser is undoubtedly at the upper end of the feature phone spectrum on AT&T's lineup. But when you factor in all of the goodies it's packing beneath its shell, you'll easily figure out that it soars above other similar handsets like the Samsung Impression and LG Vu Plus .