The Good The Pantech Breeze II has a slim design with quick access keys, a 1.3-megapixel camera, 3G, a music player, stereo Bluetooth, and more.
The Bad The Pantech Breeze II's keypad is a little flush to the surface of the phone.
The Bottom Line Even though it's billed as an entry-level flip phone, the Pantech Breeze II comes with solid midrange features for a very affordable price.
Pantech Breeze II (AT&T)
Sometimes basic phones are all one really needs, and Pantech is a manufacturer that definitely understands that. Though it also makes higher-end feature phones like the Matrix and the Matrix Pro, Pantech does entry-level phones very well. A perfect example is the Pantech Breeze 2, which is the successor to the from a couple years ago. Some may dismiss it as a simple flip phone, but that is exactly what it intends to be. Its slim design, quick access keys, and a superintuitive interface means that the Breeze II is a great phone for anyone who just wants an affordable basic phone. The Pantech Breeze II is available for $19.99 with a two-year service agreement with .
Pantech wisely kept the slim and trim aesthetic of the original Breeze flip phone. Measuring 4 inches long by 2 inches wide by 0.7 inch thick, the Breeze II is wonderfully slender, and though it is rectangular, it has a subtle curvature that makes it feel good in the hand. The back has a dimpled surface for better grip as well. Weighing in at 3.4 ounces, the Breeze II certainly won't make a dent in your pocket, either.