Phone Scoop Review
Nov 17, 2010 by Eric M. Zeman
Pantech's Crux offers good call quality, strong battery life, and solid build quality. Are those enough to overcome the goofy sliding lock design? read review ›
First off i will admit i work for AT&T mobility and have been with verizon wireless for yrs.
So ive had this phone for just over 2 months am on my third device and after many many many many hrs and 20 tech reps its finally told to me i am not crazy that the dupicate text messages im getting is a software issue that pantech has yet to fix since they cannot seem to dupicate it the young lady melissa that i was on the phone with today finally found this out
dont get me wrong i LOVE this phone texting is great has the bubble texts easy to use camera is great and easy to use battery so so runs out fast needs extended internet is better than my old bb actually expect the fact i dont have apps this phone it 10x better but the texting is driving me to the madhouse
Not to shabby
I've had the phone for about 2 months and I am very impressed. The screen touch sensitivity is better than some android phones and the MP3 player is awsome as well as an outstanding battery life. I charge mine once every two or three days.
Long battery life
Great Mp3 player
Ease of use
I often pocket-turn-on the Mp3 player
I am pretty sure this is an update to the pantech jest. It is amazing pretty much. As any touchscreen phone out there, the battery is going to have a sucky battery life. I'd suggest getting an extended-life battery if you happen to come across that problem, but friends that have it have not.
If you want to upgrade to something touchscreen esque without a data plan, get this. You won't be disappointed, at least with the ones I've tested you won't.