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. The display is a bit small though for enjoyable browsing. The media player actually works quite well, but there’s no 3.5mm jack, but the link does have Bluetooth 2.0 so you can use a wireless stereo headset with it for music.
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
Conclusion: We're still wondering what Pantech's thinking was with the Link – it sort of reminds us of how it “links” traditional basic phone owners to the sophisticated designs of smartphones. From afar, it clearly entices anyone with its streamlined look that finds itself in the same category of some smartphones. Moreover, the Pantech Link easily shows how it quickly establishes itself as being a well-balanced phone that will suffice to the needs of many individuals out there.
Pros: Sleek & quality design, Light weight, Ability to record calls
Cons: Weak battery life, Static sound in phone calls