Review: Pantech C630

We review the Pantech C630, one of the most affordable 3G handsets.

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We told you about the Pantech C630 last week, and this week, we managed to put it through its paces.

Though it might not look like much at first glance, the humble Pantech C630 actually houses a host of high-end features. Features include 3G, access to AT&T's broadband services like AT&T Cellular Video and AT&T Mobile Music, GPS, a 1.3-megapixel camera, and stereo Bluetooth.

We're not big fans of the joystick toggle, and the screen is a little small, but these are just minor details. It's not a flashy phone by any means, but at around $39 with a two-year service agreement, the Pantech C630 is one of the most affordable 3G phones around. Check out our slide show and review for a closer look.