Excerpt: I have not had very many problems with it. Except i took out the batery, put it back in and everything was dark and it was not the brightness level, but i took the batery back out and put it back in and it was all good:) I did not know what to expect for my very first cell phone but this is more...
Excerpt: The Pantech Laser is my first cell phone, so I did not know what really to expect. I was debating over this and the HTC Freestyle, but I read many articles that the HTC Freestyle crashes a lot, so I slowly inched my way to the Pantech. I was really impressed with how thin the device was.
Excerpt: Got this phone back in November of 2010 and I'm on my 2nd one. The first one I had broke after only 3 months of having it. The screen just went for no reason. It has a good keyboard. The Facebook "App" really just a direct link stopped working. so so camera at 3 MP.
Pros: Nice display, Decent battery, decent internet access, slim like marketed, good messaging
Cons: Resistive touchscreen, Breaks easyy, small, no apps or anything except the bloatware, has glitches like saying I have 6 conversations when I have no messages in my inbox
Excerpt: I got this phone with a new AT&T contract and so far I love it. Yeah the resistive touch screen is a turn-off but it still works well. The only problem that I have encountered was a signal problem which was fixed with a new sim card, which obviously has nothing to do with the phone.
Pros: High Resolution AMOLED Display, Full Querty Keyboard, Solidly Built
Excerpt: my son got the same a while ago, Over all, I love all features except the following two: 1. the precision of rolling the contacts doesn't do what you want. 2. the battery lift is too short doesn't perform as claimed 14 days for standby and 5 hours talking.
Cons: it maybe very common. My son and I both have the same phone, and have to charge every night.
Excerpt: The phone is better than many phones. You just have to get used to the keyboard. The camera is also decent. It's not the best phone in the world, but it gets the job done. It has BlueTooth. The games are pretty hard to play due to the resistive touch screen. The graphics are pretty good.
Pros: The phone is beautiful., Very portable., Good camera., Nice graphics., Supports mp4 video., records video, unlike other crappy phones., it's just fucking awesome., For all the haters, go fuck yourself., This is a good phone, bitches.
Cons: Nothing, THis phone is perfect, Get it, There is nothing bad to say about this phone, Again, for all the haters, go fuck yourself, you dont need a gigantic phone to be a fucking man., A phone is a phone., MAking it bigger, doesn't make a differecne., This is john higgleboog., PEACE!
Excerpt: I'm switching from a Pantech Impact to the Pantech Laser as of last night and already, I'm in love!! The touch screen is phenomenal and the slideout keyboard makes texting extremely quick and simple. The battery life is a bubble buster though..
Pros: very thin, nice display, great keyboard, easy to text., touch screen isnt too sensitive.
Cons: battery dies quickly depending on how much your on your phone.
Summary: The Phone is decent...I'll list the downfalls since that seems to be the only thing people care about. 1.) You can only use a ringtone smaller then (270kb) this needs to be updated badly this will piss many people off. 2.