Pantech PN-820 Video Tour
Apr 11, 2007, 12:47 PM by Eric Lin
Our video tour of Verizon's entry-level Windows Mobile Smartphone.
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We take a look at Verizon's second Windows Mobile Smartphone, the Pantech PN-820. Like the Q, the PN-820 runs Windows Mobile 5 for Smartphone, but that's about where the similarities end.
The PN-820 looks like an older clamshell phone, complete with external antenna. This of course provides excellent reception, even in our vault test, as well as a comfortable feel that most users are accustomed to.
You can watch our review here:
Or you can go directly to YouTube for more viewing and sharing options.
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Great job, Eric!
i'd rather have a 3125