Review: Pantech Matrix Pro
Pantech updates the Duo and calls it the Matrix Pro. This dual-slider touts Windows Mobile, a full QWERTY and 3G. Find out where it excels and where it falls short in Phone Scoop's full review.
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If Windows Mobile is your thing and you're not the touch-screen type, the Matrix Pro from Pantech — an update of the Duo — may be what you're looking for. It offers dual-slide action complete with QWERTY keyboard and standard dialpad. All is not rosy, though. Some major weaknesses threaten the Matrix Pro's power.
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