Review: Pantech Pursuit
The music player on the Pantech Pursuit was surprisingly good. I loaded a bunch of songs onto a microSD card and the player found them with no trouble. All of my album artwork came through, as well. The player has a fun look. Once a song starts playing, the player turns the album art into a CD icon and starts spinning it around. Beyond the solid playback controls, though, there's also an equalizer with a few presets and three configurable slots to customize the sound how you like. It's too bad the device didn't come with a headphone adapter so I could use my own earbuds. I did listen through the speaker and through a set of Bluetooth wireless headphones. Sound was okay through the speaker, clear but not very loud. Bluetooth headphones would tend to cut out when I moved the phone around, a common problem with stereo Bluetooth devices.
Review: Pantech Ease
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Review: LG Lancet for Verizon Wireless
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Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge for AT&T
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