|New Pantech P7040 Link AT&T 3G GSM Qwerty GPS Viseo Camera Cell Phone Blue|
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|Pantech Link P7040P (AT&T) QWERTY Keypad 1.0MP Camera Smartphone|
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Ocala, FL, USA
|Type out text or make calls comfortably using the Pantech QWERTY phone, branded Pantech Link P7040 . The 320 x 240 pixel resolution on the TFT display of this Pantech QWERTY phone provides realistic image outputs. Click pictures or record moments using the 1.3 megapixel camera of this Pantech AT&T phone. Transfer digital media files faster with the 2.0 Bluetooth connection of the Pantech Link P7040. Use the integrated GPS feature of this Pantech AT&T phone to access and use the shortest route to your destination. At full charge, the Lithium battery in the Pantech Link P7040 gets up to 3 hours of talk time and up to 15 days of standby time.|
|Storage Capacity||128 MB|
|Network Technology||GSM / GPRS / EDGE / HSPA / WCDMA (UMTS), HSDPA, HSUPA|
|Band||GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband)|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSD|
|Battery Type||Lithium-ion Battery|
|Display Resolution||320 x 240|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||Yes|
"The Pantech Link is thin and sleek with a rubberized backing and a nice QWERTY keyboard. It has a 1.3-megapixel camera, a music player, 3G/HSDPA, and support for AT&T's new cloud services. It is also very affordable."
The call quality could be improved and the HTML browser seems wasted on such a small screen.
"The Pantech Link is an absolute steal with an excellent array of midrange features, a great slim design, and a wallet-friendly price. We wish only that it had better call quality."
Average review score based on 150 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I like my Pantech Link! The phone is really good and dependable! The phone is very easy to use and access the menu and tools that are required to operate phone. I like the size of the phone for candy bar style with qwerty keyboard. The phone is a good size, the width and length of the phone easily fits into the palm of your hand. The phone comes with a music player, world clock, a notepad, alarm, and video/camera. I was using a Samsung Strive previously and I think the camera quality is good on this phone. The phone has a calendar button, and and the speakerphone button easily located on the front of the phone that I thought was nice. The navigation pad is very easy to use and you are allowed to assign different shortcuts. The phone has good display and I like the size of the screen. The phone is slim enough to easily fit into your pocket without being bulky. I enjoy using the music player on the phone and the call quality is pretty good. The Pantech Link has blue tooth capabilities and you are able to use your phone with a Usb cord as a modem for internet service through ATT. There is good memory space to store ringtones and wallpapers on the phone, and a micro Sd card slot is available also. It has a lot of good organization in the address book for you to keep contact information, addresses, birthdays, and even add pictures to your caller id and address profiles. It offers different fonts to use for your phone, and you are able to choose a different clock setting and size for your phone. That is a feature I have not seen with very many other phones. The Pantech Link does have a good battery life and can last for up to 4-5 hrs on a full charged battery. If you choose to leave applications open or spend a lot of time on the internet it will cause your battery to be recharged. I like the keyboard size, but my biggest complaint is that the keys are rounded and that has made it difficult to be able to text efficiently. The texture of the keys to type on the keyboard does take some adjusting to be able to use efficiently. The display screen would require a screen protector. I have dropped this phone numerous times and found the phone to be durable as no breaking or chipping of the phone, but the screen does scratch and chip easily. I was using a Samsung Strive before I purchases this phone, and I believe the Strive was a good phone, but I approve greatly of this phone and have departed with my Strive. It is very difficult sometimes to find wallpapers for the this phone. Some websites do have the Pantech Link listed, but you have to search for 320x240 resolution or else use the blackberry phone to be able to find wallpapers. The phone comes with numerous applications, Gps, yellow pages, and media apps ( Tv radio, ect ). The one thing that disappoints me is that they pick and choose which apps you have to subscribe to. On my Strive, my Gps and weather app were free to use without trial or subscription. On my Pantech, I have to subscribe and pay for trial to use the Gps and the weather app. The phone does have a good Gps and a lot of different features with it. You are able to track your family members current location. The phone can determine your location for the touch of button standing outside. I like the yellow pages app for having a mobile phone book and directions available if needed while on the go. I think the price of 60$ for this phone is fair, but I like to save money. I highly recommend this phone!
Ok, I have used nothing but Motorola Krazer's for the past 5 years. I was very stubborn in trying anything new because I knew I liked the Moto Krzr. I was sure I would find some problem with anything new I tried, which most of the time, I did. This phone is pretty cool, though. It's mostly customizable, which I liked, I can set pics and ringtones to certain callers as long as they're stored to the phone and not the SIM card, I can use my own ringtones, as long as the file size isn't too big, which if you have the software for trimming music files shouldn't be a problem, it's easy to use and navigate through, I figured most of it out very easily, I like the way it saves text messages as conversations, it's very sleek and lightweight. Those like me who are used to a simple 1-9 keyboard might take a bit of getting used to a full one, but I'm managing. Some people mentioned that it doesn't go very loud. I think the volume is ok. Not quite as loud as my previous Moto krzr, but almost. And also, some ringtones are just much louder than others, too. I was very hesitant about trying anything new in a phone, but after the AT&T sales person demonstrated this one for me, I gave it a try. I really like it so far, though I just got it today. I'm not sure about the battery life yet, haven't got that far with it. And no having to have a data plan! I'm one of those who refuse to pay for internet on my phone when I pay enough for it at home. It works very nicely as a basic phone, screen looks very nice (getting protectors for it so it'll stay that way) and works great so far. Only thing I don't like is, as someone else mentioned, the text alert only plays for like, 3 seconds. That's a bit short. But it exceeded my expectations in being satisfied with a new, different phone, and I'm happy with it so far.
I LOVE this phone. It looks like a blackberry but it's way cheaper and more affordable. The qwerty keyboard is fantastic for texting! My only complaint about this phone is that the screen scratches somewhat easily. But of course, that is a problem that one will come in contact with for almost ever other phone out there. Bottom line: The pantech link has great features, looks great, and is easy for texting.
I was recommended this phone by a friend who works for AT&T because I broke my Motorola Karma and had to find a "cheap" replacement phone until my upgrade in May. I like the way this phone is set up similar to a Blackberry and I like the full QWERTY keyboard. I like phones with the keyboard because it is easier for me to text on them, my friend also said that this is a really sturdy phone and that it can take a beating - I work in a ski shop and have a barn full of horses and knowing it is sturdy and will be getting bumped around reassures me that I have invested in a good phone - plus it will be getting a case as well so even more protection! I would recommend it to a friend.
I absolutely love the Pantech Link I recently purchased! Yes, it was a refurbished phone but it came in an origina box, had protective plastic coverings, came with instruction manual and the works...it other words, I would never have been able to tell it wasn't a brand new phone unless it was stated in the item description. It works absolutely perfect...easy to navigate through once I got the hang of it, screen is bright and vibrant, I actually like it more than the Blackberry Curve I had before. It's very durable...Ive dropped it a couple times and do not have a protective case and theres not a scratch or anything to it. The full keyboard is great for speedy texters such as myself. I highly recommend this anyone!...and it was CHEAP!