Review: Pantech Crossover
Jun 8, 2011, 2:55 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Pantech's first Android smartphone for AT&T scores well for a newb. It combines the right mixture of features, design, and price to be a tempting target at AT&T retail shops.
Pantech swings hard with its first Android smartphone, the Crossover. Pantech manages to impart a little bit of personality into this sideways slider, letting it stand out from the increasingly crowded collection of Android devices. The $69.99 price point certainly doesn't hurt its chances, either. See why the Crossover is worth considering.
Here is a quick look at the Pantech Crossover, the company's first Android smartphone for AT&T.
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Granted, the crossover is an upgrade to something like my phone. But, I want something powerful like an Atrix or an Infuse with a fully tactile QWERTY.
Blackberry did a pretty good job with the Torch. But, I want a QWERTY that is made for viewing the internet letterbox style.
I'll give you industrial designers a hint, make it just like the LG Quantum, but with a screen the size of the Infuse or Inspire.
I agree, though. I think there needs to be more android devices with a physical QWERTY keyboard.
If you can save some extra cash I reccomend the MotoFlipside. Android 2.1 with qwerty keyboard. Not a bad device.