|New Pantech P2020 Ease AT&T GSM 3G Camera QWERTY Touchscreen MP3 Cell Phone|
|Pantech P2020 Ease AT&T GSM 3G Camera QWERTY Touchscreen MP3 Cell Phone Great|
|Access all your frequently used applications with a single touch, using the clear display touchscreen and the many shortcuts available on the Pantech Ease. Type your text messages and mails in lightening speed, with the well-spaced sliding keyboard of this Pantech smartphone. Using the Voice Mode available in this Pantech AT&T phone, you can dictate text messages, make calls and look up contacts, with ease. You can save a backup of all your contacts by syncing your Pantech smartphone’s online AT&T address book with your phone contacts. This Pantech AT&T phone’s hub provides a one-stop solution for all your social networking needs by giving direct access to Facebook, Twitter and MySpace. You can shoot high-resolution images and videos, with the Pantech Ease’s 2 MP camera and MPEG4 video recorder.|
|Storage Capacity||50 MB|
|Network Technology||EDGE, GPRS, GSM / WCDMA (UMTS), HSDPA, UMTS|
|Band||GSM 850/900/1800/1900 HSDPA 850/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSD|
|Battery Type||Lithium-ion Battery|
|Display Resolution||240 x 400|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||Yes|
The Pantech Ease has a beautiful capacitive touch-screen display and a sturdy slider QWERTY keyboard. It has two modes: the Easy mode is cleverly designed for cell phone novices and senior citizens; advanced users will like the 2-megapixel camera, music player, and 3G speeds. Call quality is great thanks to a noise suppression technology.
We understand the need to separate different features for Easy and Advanced modes, but we sometimes find the categorization to be arbitrary. For example, a pill reminder and pedometer aren't available in Advanced mode, and notepad and stopwatch aren't in Easy mode.
Though we have a few quibbles with it, the Pantech Ease is overall a smart hybrid that will please both grandparents and grandchildren alike.
Average review score based on 41 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
This is a great phone! I got one for my husband and then I liked it so much that I got one for myself too. I love the fact that you can put the phone into advanced mode or easy mode. We keep ours in easy mode most of the time. And it is indeed super easy to use. I do occasionally hit too many buttons on the touch screen all at the same time, but I think that touchscreens need to be sensitive and I just try to type too fast sometimes. Overall, this is a great phone and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who does not need a smart phone but who wants one that is as fun to use as a smart phone. Enjoy :)
I had a Pantech Ease which, sadly, fell into the street and got run over. Amazingly, even though the glass was shattered and phone dented, it still works...you just can't read what's on the screen.
I wanted to replace it with the same phone since I liked its ease of usage, full keyboard, as well as the fact you can use a simple mode and a full mode with internet access and all the bells and whistles.
So I went to ebay to purchase a used one and am quite satisfied with my ebay experience and the phone!
I purchased the Ease about two years ago through my ATT plan. It is time for a new phone, so I have been looking. ATT offers nothing with the large qwerty keys and large light up font on texts. I bought another brand phone on ebay hoping for a change. Well, forget that. That phone is going in the junk drawer and I just ordered another Pantech Ease. I love, love, love the fact that you don't need a data plan, the keys on the keyboard are a good size, and most importantly, that the font size is large so that texts are easy to read without grabbing my reading glasses. The battery could be better, but it is doable--not really any worse than any other phone I have owned.
I have thoroughly enjoyed by Pantech Ease. The touch screen is amazing, and the best feature are the keys which light up and are larger. Absolutely the best phone I've ever had!
I got this for my mom and it works great. It's her first touch screen and qwerty keyboard and the "easy" mode is a great starting point.