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Pantech's version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on AT&T's Pantech Flex exposes a lot of settings tools and customizations.
However, its "easy experience" mode makes accessing Android dead simple. There's one home screen, large icons, and a single page of menu options. It really is like a feature phone with Android capabilities.
The candybar slab design makes use of interesting lines, angles, and textures (there are soft-touch parts on the backing,) but the phone edges aren't very cozy in the hand.
In addition to the front-facing camera is an 8-megapixel camera on the back, with LED flash. Unfortunately, most shots are off one way or another, in terms of focus, color, and sharpness.
The side buttons have texture.
This picture of our standard studio shot came out yellowed and with a softer focus than we'd like.