Video Tour: Pantech Duo
Oct 28, 2007, 11:42 PM by Eric Lin
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The Pantech Duo is a dual slide smartphone, similar to the Helio Ocean. This isn't really a surprise, since Pantech manufactures the Ocean as well. It packs Windows Mobile 6 Standard (Smartphone) into a body that's smaller and lighter than Ocean, but still retains most of the dual-slide bulk. You can see how it compares to the Ocean and fares on its own in this video.
One additional thing we'd like to mention - the Duo did not seem particularly slow to us, but if it feels slow to you, there is a mysterious "Turbo mode" in the settings.
You can watch our video tour here:
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