For several years have seen an explosion of mobile phones more and more likely to use the features and applications to wireless broadband. Most attention has been great with the players, "smartphones" such as Apple's iPhone, RIM BlackBerry, and many of Google's Android-based devices for various hardware manufacturers. However, there is another group of phones known as "feature phone", or "guide to mobile messaging," Even though horses do not command or the reputation and the big boys, however, is packed with features. One such device is laser Pantech, QWERTY keyboard, ultra-thin touch screen phone to scroll through AT&T.

To prepare the ground here, my opinion is determined by a current user of the 3G iPhone very happy. I'm also a former user of BlackBerry Curve and was happy with this device and before the iPhone 3G. However, though I doubt I ever go back to a BlackBerry-style (I like the touch screen to a whole lot), never say never. We also examined the relationship Pantech AT&T, which is now very well that the "free" phone in our home. I refer to the iPhone 3G and the relationship through this review as a framework for comparison. Also, my 10 year old daughter, who was the most frequent user of the connection, check that the laser and helped me a different perspective.
Laser is being touted by Pantech as "the slimmest slider device never complete, AT & T and less than 1 inch thin, it seems to live up to that billing. It is very thin, and I just to believe she had a sliding QWERTY keyboard, until I tried it for myself for the first time.

Laser face is a simple, clear look. First, the shape. footprint of the laser is rectangular, flat sides slightly rounded along the top and bottom edges and round edges. The shape and the size feels good in hand. Framing your face a deep blue ,bright metal structure. Three dedicated keys a line at the bottom of the front.

As mentioned above, the laser is very thin, especially for a slider with a full keyboard. Around the outer perimeter is a band 4 iPhone style rough, textured with a diamond pattern to provide some better grip. In the upper right is a volume control switch and along the top left is a lock key.

Along the top is a pop-out cover charge / headphone jack. While I like the idea of ​​an integrated port security, I'm not a big fan of pop-off cover, because they are usually time-consuming to use, it can be difficult to open and close, and eventually breaks down and lost the cause. This is a micro-USB connector, which I think is more versatile than some kind of personal connection.

The touch screen is very nice, the colors and resolution to be visually appealing. The performance of the touchscreen, however, leaves much to be desired. I'm used to the iPhone's capacitive touch interface, which, after enjoying several devices, I must say that I still feel this good. The resistive touch screen often requires laser deadlocked on some of them do what they want. Multiple looms, hesitations, and errors were fairly common choice, and not wanting to launch an application, while the page and drag. A little frustrating. It was actually one of the things my daughter has noticed and commented immediately.

However, I was pleasantly surprised to find the laser equipped with vibrating tactile feedback, I want to have on my iPhone. If I am sick, I can turn it off, but now I have a bit of research.

Key Features

Rapid 3G connectivity via AT & T HSDPA / UMTS (850/1900 MHz 3.6/7.2 Mbps network availability).

It has an optional GPS service, AT & T Navigator provides audible turn-by-turn directions, real-time traffic information and rerouting options.


Quick access to social networking sites, including AT & T network, Facebook and more

3.1 inch touch screen AMOLED (480 x 800 pixels, 262K color depth)

menu screens and customizable widgets labeled three-screen menu for contacts, messages and bookmarks.

Slide-out QWERTY keyboard

3 megapixel camera / camcorder with up to 8x digital zoom

multi-format music player compatible with MP3, WMA and AAC / AAC +

Bluetooth profiles include headset communication, hands-free car kits and Bluetooth A2DP - which allows you to stream music wirelessly from a compatible Bluetooth stereo headphones or a speaker dock.

Memory expansion through microSD card slot supports add-in boards up to 32 gigabytes.

150 MB of internal memory storage

Broad messaging capabilities, including SMS, MMS picture / video, mobile email, instant messaging and instant messaging (through popular services such as AOL, Yahoo, Windows Live Messenger and Google Talk)

Web browser

Organizer tools, including calendar, alarm, and more

The airplane mode lets you listen to music while cellular connectivity is turned off.

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