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Pantech Matrix Pro

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L.A. Audio File
25 November 2009
Overall 6

Pantech Matrix Pro (AT&T)

PC Magazine
8 May 2009
  • Conclusion: The Matrix Pro is a solid handset for messaging and business use, but multimedia fans should look elsewhere.
  • Pros: Flexible, dual-slider design. Good call quality. Solid reception. Excellent battery life.
  • Cons: Weak speakerphone. Clumsy dongle required when using headphones. Poor Web browser and video playback.
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Pantech Matrix Pro

Testfreaks blog
22 March 2009
  • Conclusion: The design of the phone is nice, where the original Matrix had sort of a square look and feel to it the Matrix Pro adds some sexy curves with a much more softer and rounder look. If you liked the Matrix, then I’m sure you’ll love the Matrix Pro, it just brings so much more usefulness to an already decent phone.
  • Pros: Easy to use, Good sound quality, Well made
  • Cons: Interface can be very slow to react at times, Video camera is bad, No WiFi
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Overall 7

Pantech Matrix Pro (AT&T)

PC World
24 February 2009
  • Excerpt: When it came out more than a year ago, the Pantech Duo (C810) won some fans with its dual slider/candy-bar design. Enter the Pantech Matrix Pro.
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Overall 6

Pantech Matrix Pro

22 February 2009
  • Conclusion: The Pantech Matrix Pro shows great improvement over last year's Pantech Duo , and it offers that extra dose of smartness over the Pantech Matrix in the web browser, email and syncing departments. With the Motorola Q9 Global and Samsung BlackJack II discounted since they've been on the market a while, the Matrix Pro is a harder sell given the similar feature set and price difference.
  • Pros: Relatively small, reasonably attractive, very good reception, good GPS, great audio quality over Bluetooth A2DP stereo. Very usable keyboard given the small size-- good tactile feedback.
  • Cons: Voice quality is good overall, but our test unit's call quality sometimes randomly degraded. No WiFi. Slippery and shows fingerprints like mad. Number pad impossible to use for blind dialing.
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