Pantech Reveal

The Pantech Reveal is offered as a "quick messaging phone." Its exterior features a vibrant display with a spacious keyboard and navigation array. It comes in red and blue.
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Pantech Reveal

The Reveal slides up to show a QWERTY keyboard for texting.
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Pantech Reveal

The camera lens sits on the rear side of the Reveal. You won't find a flash or self-portrait mirror.
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Pantech Reveal

The volume rocker and headset/jack charger port are on the Reveal's left spine.
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Pantech Impact

The exterior of the Impact features touch controls with vibrating feedback. The small display lets you access a limited number of menu options.
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Pantech Impact

Flip open the Impact to see the full QWERTY keybaord and landscape display. You'll find plenty of shortcut options, though the keys are a tad cramped.
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Pantech Impact

The camera lens is on the Impact's back side. This is the first pink phone from AT&T since the Razr V3. You'll be able to get in blue as well.
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Pantech Impact

On the Impact's right spine are the phone locking key and volume rocker.
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