Conclusion: I’d personally never be able to stand the Breeze III as my daily device, but if all you need is basic voice capability, or you want a nice light flip phone, it could work. The voice quality (and speakerphone) are quite good, but choosing this device certainly is not a selection you’d make based on...
Pros: Breeze III: simple flip phone with Edge network access, Pursuit II: very good physical keyboard, Both: good voice clarity.
Cons: Both: Slow network access speeds, Breeze III: all the downsides of a simple flip phone the most obvious being text entry and simple apps,, Pursuit II: slow speeds, lack of significant third-part application options, poor touch response.
Summary: AT&T is offering the Pantech Pursuit II for $49.99 when you sign a new two-year service contract. Like the original Pantech Pursuit, the new version is a slider-style phone. But where that phone had a keyboard that slid out horizontally, the Pursuit II features a vertical slider design.
Summary: Pantech Pursuit II not at all unattractive; it just doesn’t seem as distinctive as its predecessor. Moreover, we preferred the horizontal keyboard on the original, and the features of the Pursuit II are largely the same as before.
Pros: Upgraded to a capacitive display, Good build quality, Brew MP allows for some minor customization
Cons: Very poor battery life, Mediocre call quality, Camcorder is unusable