Review: Pantech Link
Apr 16, 2010, 5:03 PM by Philip Berne
PhoneScoop reviews the Pantech Link, a slim and light full QWERTY phone on AT&T's Quick Messaging lineup. Does it offer all the messaging you need at a low price?
AD article continues below...
Pantech Link review
Is It Your Type?
The Pantech Link is sort of Nokia Eseries Lite. If you're looking for a phone with a full QWERTY keyboard that specializes in design, but skips most advanced smartphone features, the Link is a slim and light phone worth a look.
Do you ever wish your iPhone had a notification light? Do you use the LED flash to notify you of incoming calls, but wish it weren't blindingly bright?
The Pixel 3 from Google is an intelligent phone that wants to help you. The Google Assistant is baked into every facet of the Pixel 3, and together with Android 9 Pie it will learn who you are, what you like to do, and what you need as you move throughout your day.
Do you wish you could move around the room as you make a how-to YouTube video? Do you ever feel the urge to pace as you rant in stories on social media?
The Mophie Charge Stream Pad+ is a universal wireless charger that accommodates iPhones and Galaxies alike. This slim, disk-shaped charger works with most phones and offers rapid power-ups.
The Catalyst Impact Protection for the Samsung Galaxy Note9 is a slim case that keeps the phone's gorgeous, curved glass panels from shattering. Thanks to its minimal footprint, the case offers protection without increasing the Note9's size overmuch.
Is it AT&T's software or Pantech?
I always figured it had more to do with the manufacturer, unlike Verizon (I'm not sure about their current ones), where every phone had that same menu styling.
It's up to AT&T to mandate a good browser, good messaging client, and good social networking features. If they were smart, th...