New Pantech Ease goes to At&t
Pantech is a long time phone maker that has been pumping out phones for quite some time. Many of Pantechs newer models can be found on At&t’s lineup, and for good reason. Most Pantech phones are indeed entry level phones. Pantechs models are usually good models for, marathon texting, young teenagers and the older population that are in need a mobile phone. To most “geeks” or “tech” savvy people Pantechs line up are to be considered the “my first cell phones” of the industry. Where they lack in current technology and will give you just enough features just to get by with. Well the Pantech Ease is no different; the Ease sports a 2 Megapixel camera, 50MB of internal storage and up to 32 GB of external SD memory. The Pantech Ease has a 3.2 inch touch screen, with a resolution of 240×400 pixels. The touch screen on the model slides open horizontally to expose a full QWERTY keypad. The Pantech ease comes equipped with 3G speeds, built in voice guided GPS, full support for instant messaging, and slight multitasking giving the user the ability to send recorded or live video when talking on the phone.
Priced at 69.99 with a new two year contract, it seems that Pantech has not broken there mold and At&t cannot be happier. Phones to this caliber are constant; most parents do not need to spend a few hundred dollars on a phone for their crazy teenager and generally the older population do not need as many features that can be found in the iPhones of life. So you may find yourself asking will someone use this phone, and the answer is yes.
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