>>I'm Nicole Lee Associate Editor for CNET.com and this is a first look at the Pantech Breeze. It is a pretty basic entry level flip phone with a few surprises in store for you. On the front here is a very simple squirt external color display. Underneath the display you do get LED indicators for the battery status as well as any incoming calls or incoming messages. On the back here is a 1.3 megapixel camera. Open the phone and you get a very nice 2.2-inch color display. It's very nice and vibrant as you can see here. Underneath that you do get three quick call keys that you connect to any number you like. You also get a typical navigation array. The key pad as you can see is a little flat to the surface but is still well spaced apart and each key is separate and distinct from each other so you we could still text and dial by feel.
You might know that Pantech Breeze II is built as an entry level phone. It has a few extra surprises like 3G as well as stereo Bluetooth and a music player. It also has access to AT&T's Mobile Music where you can download songs from Napster and eMusic. Also in the Pantech Breeze II is a mobile browser based on Opera and you also get GPS. Other features include mobile e-mail as well as access to AT&T's Cloud services like AT&T Online Locker where you can store photos and videos in the Cloud as well as AT&T Address Book where you can store your contacts in the Cloud. The Pantech Breeze II is available for $19.99 with a new two-year service agreement from AT&T.
I'm Nicole Lee, this has been a first look at the Pantech Breeze II.
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