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?
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Pantech Link review
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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.
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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...