With its delayed touch screen and sluggish processor, the Hotshot's smartphone-esque look is a detriment. It's better to commit to a full-on feature phone or a smartphone instead of a device that overlaps the two.
Although it may look like a smartphone at first glance, the Pantech Hotshot from Verizon is actually a feature phone. Even if you don't need data, its sluggish processor and camera may not make it the best option if you're looking for a solid entry-level phone.
The Hotshot might not live up to its boastful name, but the surprisingly slender form factor on this feature phone might still make heads turn.
The Pantech Hotshot is a slim feature phone for Verizon Wireless. CNET takes a few hands-on photos of the Hotshot at CTIA in San Diego.
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At CTIA in San Diego, we caught sight of the Pantech Jest 2 and the Pantech Hotshot, both of which we have yet to see in person even though they have already been announced.
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With its snappy processor and a solid display, this midrange Android phone is a solid buy.