Excerpt: In general, reviewers say they like the Pantech Link. Measuring a slim 0.39 inches thick, the Link's thin profile is one of the first things most critics notice. The domed keys on the full QWERTY keyboard also earn attention, with PhoneScoop.com's Philip Berne describing them as "surprisingly good...
Conclusion: The Pantech Link is a decent phone for the price truly, without contract it’s only $160, with contract it’s $10. You can’t beat that price really, for that price it’s well worth it. Call quality is decent for the most part, as is web browsing.
Pros: Decent call quality with a couple small issues, Bluetooth stereo, Gets rated battery life
Cons: Camera not the greatest, Web browsing could be better, screen a bit too small, Interface is fairly plain
Excerpt: A multitude of messaging mobile phones were launched in 2009, and the trend appears to be continuing in 2010. The recently-release Pantech Link offered through AT&T is one such device (see Press Release here ). It is a new handset with nice hardware for a great price. Let’s dig in.
Pros: Hardware: thin, lightweight, solid & looks great, Quite a few software/app features
Cons: hesitates when launch apps or interfacing with web, no 3.5mm headphone jack, no USB-type charge/data connection