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It isn't really twice the girth of other smartphones, but the Pantech Pocket for AT&T is significantly wider than other Android 2.3 devices.
The 4-inch touch screen offers the same real estate as longer, thinner phones, but has a 4:3 ratio and a resolution known as super VGA.
There are four physical navigation buttons below the display.
There's a textured, rubberized finish on the back cover and sides. The reptilian pattern makes it appear tough.
While not painfully uncomfortable, I'm not sure why Pantech made the power button quite so small, especially on a large handset.
For all its width, the Pocket is pretty thin.
The 5-megapixel camera has auto-focus, but no flash.
I took the following photos in the default photography mode. While photos were resized, they were never retouched. This shot was taken outdoors in shadow, which provided even lighting.
I was really impressed with this outdoor shot of a motorcycle tire. It's crisp and detailed.
This bright-light photo did well capturing the colors of the day.
My coworker JT relaxes for this indoor shot, which isn't as clear or colorful as others.
Colors were decent, but the camera struggled to find a focal point, and as a result, edges blurred.
This setup almost always throws camera phones, making for a hazy image.