|Pantech P7000 impact Pink AT&T|
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|Pantech Impact P7000 Flip Cell Phone Pink (AT&T) Poor Condition (3619)|
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Ocala, FL, USA
|The stylish Pantech Impact is a clamshell mobile, which features a high-gloss, blackout faceplate that turns into a touchpad when required. Compose faster mails and messages with the QWERTY keypad of this Pantech cell phone. Data exchange is quick and simple with this Bluetooth 2.0 (EDR) enabled clamshell mobile. Click photos using the built-in 2 MP, autofocus, digital zoom camera of this Pantech cell phone. Supporting HTML browser, the Pantech Impact lets you access web content and enhances your browsing experience.|
|Storage Capacity||80 MB|
|Network Technology||GSM / EDGE / UMTS / HSDPA|
|Band||WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSDHC|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||930 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 300 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 336 hr|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Diagonal Screen Size||2.6 in.|
|Display Resolution||240 x 400 pixels|
|Color Depth||18-bit (262000 Colors)|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||Yes|
The Pantech Impact has a unique OLED touch-sensitive keypad, dual displays, and a full QWERTY keyboard. Features include 3G, GPS, a HTML browser, a 2.0-megapixel camera, and a music player.
The keypad could be a little roomier; the keyboard feels off balance; and the camera is a bit tricky to use.
The Pantech Impact has an eye-catching style and a respectable feature set, but its design could use some improvements.
Average review score based on 167 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I've had my eye on this phone just about since it came out, but I didn't want to spend a couple of hundred on a phone. I don't have to have a phone to survive but I carry one for occasional calls and texting. This phone is just pretty. It comes in blue also, but I bought pink. It has a whole querty keyboard inside which works great for texting. Buttons are raised and work fine although if you had large fingers it might not work as well. The screen is good sized, not as large as some, but not as small as others. It doesn't have as many options as my old phone, such as ringtones that you don't have to purchase, or wallpaper/themes, and obviously isn't a hot new droid, so if you do have to be glued to your phone to survive, this phone is probably not for you! You can always take pics and use them as wallpaper and it has plenty of other features. Battery life is good for me, I only have to charge a couple of times a week even when I make/receive lots of calls/texts. Camera works pretty good for what it is. Downside is that it only works with the phone open and you need to make sure your fingers are out of the way before you snap the pic which makes holding the phone while using the camera a little awkward. One thing that I don't like is that I can't download my pics to my computer via a usb cable (which I purchased without knowing this). Pantech has a Pantech PC Suite which you can download free but I guess it doesn't work with Windows 7 - only XP. I did do the download with no problem but computer still didn't connect to the phone. The phone just charges with the usb cable. It might work with bluetooth but I didn't try. I just save my pics on a memory card and download from that. You can set the sensitivity level for the outside touch keys so they aren't so "touchy" and they work quite well also. I have the outside screen set to autolock to prevent unwanted dialing but I can still answer calls - if I want to dial a call, I just have push and hold the button. The phone has internet access and comes with the AT&T GPS app too. Overall I am very pleased with this phone and happy with the price that I paid. Extreme phone users or those that are used to touch screens aren't going to be happy with it but for someone's first phone or someone happy without all the latest and greatest, I would definitely recommend! I've read other reviews that said battery life wasn't good, buttons too small, needed improvement, etc, but I personally haven't found any of them to be true in my case. Very happy!
I looked at alot of AT&T cell phones before I deceided on the pantech impact P7000, I do alot of texting, photo sharing and sure the internet alittle.
The impact does great with texting you have the full keyboard on the inside, and you can even text with the phone shut from the front numeric touch screen! I like how it groups together your texts so its like a chat with each individual person your texting.
Although this phones camera does not have a flash, it takes great pictures if your in good light. You have to take the picture with the phone open.
I dont use the internet alot on this phone but when i have used it, its pretty good, loads the pages quickly.
This phone has alot of opions to customize it to your liking. I can go acouple days without having to charge the battery, so the battery life is really good.
I purchased a hard protective case right off the bat for mine, the phone is pretty durable on its own, but get a case if you dont wanna get it all scratched up. You can find alot of diff ones for this type of phone for just $5 or $6 here on ebay. All and all i really like this phone, if your hard on phones and use them alot like I do, I'd say you'll really like this phone!
Likes- Nice, large screen with good colors, spacious keyboard, good quality and workmanship, very responsive web browser.
Dislikes- annoying bloatware, awkward key placements for shortcuts, substandard camera.
Got this phone when my slider's screen died on me. Overall, I am pleased, but not blown away. I liked the Impact because I wanted the full keyboard, but as I work in an industrial setting, I wanted a clamshell to protect my main screen. AT&T has very few options, and this was similar to the EnV products on Verizon. Pantech has made a nice phone here, but isn't it annoying when something stops short of great? The keyboard is very spacious, although I do have to admit it is a drawback of the style of the phone to not be able to work it with one hand. But honestly it is a nice, responsive keyboard with 4 rows, a dedicated ".com" space and well thought out options for your messaging, enter and shift keys. It has taken a couple of weeks to fully get used to it and all the positions, but you will not be disappointed at all. The inside screen is bright, colorful and large, one of the better I have seen on a feature phone. Above the keyboard are the shortcut, camera, menu, enter and call green and red keys to begin and end your phone calls, This is where Pantech may have outsmarted themselves, as they are awkward to operate when holding the phone casually. I am extremely let down by the camera. You have to have it open, and hold it long ways to take pictures. It is very hard to keep your finger from setting over the lens. When you are prepared to take pictures, there is a 2-3 second delay. Interior pictures are always dark as there is no flash, and quality with the 2.0 megapixel is way sub standard. The front keyboard is sharp looking with the neon effect, but about useless. You can adjust settings on the sensitivity, but it is either way to touchy, or you have to punch the keys to get them to work. Call quality is fair, as no one has ever complained about hearing me. I think reception is decent, but there is a "tin-can" effect to listening to your caller. Once you have the phone open the speaker phone is engaged. The reception is good, but you need to be real close to your speaker for your caller to hear you clearly, which kinda defeats the idea of a speaker phone. I have had no drop calls. If you have a data plan, the mobile web experience is excellent. The sites are loading up quickly, clearly, and I have had no problems with it freezing. Sure it is no Smart phone, but the Impact shines compared to other feature phones. The options to personalize this phone are limited, as AT&T seems to think they know what shortcuts I should have better them me. You can put in 12 different shortcuts, but there are several you can't erase from AT&T. Same with the usual ring tones and "bloatware", applications you can't dump off the phone. All companies do it, it just annoys me. This is a solid phone, feels well made, and the flip mechanism is smooth and easy to operate. All in all I am pleased with the quality of this phone. I like, though not love it.
WOW! Only 10 bucks a month for internet ~ and when on 3G it's FAST! Without win6 its harder to get where you want to go ~ and will not play flash pages. And if you want to push email it's another 5 bucks a month.
Have had these about 60 days now ~ traded down from a Pantech Duo smart phones.
We needed a qwerty keyboard ~ but NEVER used all the features on the PDA Duo's.
This phone is a very clean design ~ only one flip, and your on the keyboard ~ PERFECT for texting teens! (get the unlimited text plan!)The threaded conversations are quite handy when texting more than one person at a time. So far no problems ~ we live in the sticks, and had tower issues with the Duo ~ the drop rate is much lower with these. Oddly no free games ~ Not even Solitaire! Got to pay to play! The 2 mega pixel camera works great ~ even shoots long video if you put in a card. Perfect for media messages.
The touch screen is harder to see on the blue one ~ but they both lock quickly with a push of a button ~ we all have pocket calls we regret!
Overall we are VERY pleased with these phones, and so are the kids.
The Pantech phone is fairly easy to use. I'm not a computer geek and I'm not into texting or messaging. Though it has these capabilities I'm content with basic call services. The keypad is easy to negotiate and the LED display is large enough for me to see (poor near vision). I use the international calling features for Central and South America and get good reception. The monthly prescription rate is reasonable.