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Pantech Crossover

The Pantech Crossover looks like a durable handset at first glance, but it's not quite military-certified. Still, it'll withstand most bumps and bruises with its angled corners and textured back.

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Keyboard

The Crossover is one of a few AT&T Android phones with a full QWERTY keyboard.

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Camera

The Pantech Crossover has a 3-megapixel camera on the back.

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Size

The Pantech Crossover is slightly thick at 0.56 inch.

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Screen

The Pantech Crossover has a nice screen, but it is a little small at 3.1 inches diagonally. It ships with Android 2.2.

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Multiple inputs

In addition to using the slide-out QWERTY keyboard, you can also choose to send a text with the virtual keyboard. The Crossover comes with Swype built in.

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