Review: Pantech Crux
Pantech's Crux offers good call quality, strong battery life, and solid build quality. Are those enough to overcome the goofy sliding lock design?
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The Pantech Crux is a bit of a one-off device. It's a touch-screen based phone that has a trick slide-to-unlock hardware design that makes little sense. Despite the odd form factor, the Crux surprises with a capacitive display and a new user interface.
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