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>> I'm Nicole Lee, Associate Editor for CNET.com and this is a First Look at the Pantech C610 from AT&T. This is Pantech's latest clamshell right here and it's a very vibrant red color as you can see. You have the shiny chrome accents all around. It's a very attractive phone. On the front here you do get a simple 1-inch color external display. So flip it open and you get a very nice 2-inch diagonal color display here, very vibrant colors, the menu interface is really easy to use as well. Underneath that you do get the navigation array and underneath that you do get the numbered keypad. As you can see the keypad has very flat keys. There's almost no separation between each key, so it's a little bit hard to text and dial especially by feel. So we wouldn't recommend that. Features of the C610 include the 1.3-megapixel camera here as well as a camcorder. There's also a music player. The C610 also has HSDPA support, so it's a very fast phone as well. You get access to AT&T's stable of broadband services like AT&T Mobile Music that has access to Napster and eMusic directly on the phone so you can stream music as well. There's also AT&T Cellular Video that lets you stream video from NBC, ESPN and a variety of other content partners directly to the phone. There's also a support for AT&T's video share that lets you stream live, a one-way video streaming to anyone else who has a Video Share compatible phone. So, it's a very fast phone, pretty attractive phone as well, available form AT&T. I'm Nicole Lee, this has been a First Look at the Pantech C610 from AT&T.
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