Pantech Renue does compact QWERTY messaging for AT&T
-- its compact and it has.
Pretty keyboard this is the camp tech review for AT&T. It's a new messaging phone it'll cost you 6999. With a new two year service agreement.
This means a little steep victories to the highly subsidized am -- phones.
But let me tell you this is actually a pretty good price for messaging sound like that.
It has a 3.2. Inch touch screen to go -- -- the QWERTY keyboard.
Might seem a little bit small -- I actually can't Pakistan are really good job making this finger friendly.
You've got -- five.
Screens here -- semi customizable.
That means that impact has decided that one's gonna be for bookmarks one's going to be for contacts etc. and then you can customize within that framework and you can also add some shortcut.
And rearrange icons to your liking.
The keyboard is on -- compact -- which I personally like because it fits my hand.
The buttons on the keypad are off line -- -- -- brightly accent.
The plot is gets in the way of my typing says -- but I think that I would be able to adapt over time I just think that the keys can be a little bit --
There's a three megapixel camera and cam -- on the back no flash pictures are not -- an Nvidia is even worse.
Maybe a feature phone but there's a lot that you can do on here for example you can -- you can update -- -- Twitter you can send email.
There's also AT&T navigator on here you can't get turn by turn direction.
You shouldn't that this is a three -- -- so we'll take a little bit longer to ledger -- up the last thing that AT&T and one should now.
About the review is actually certified eco friendly.
Care -- just adult court for -- this is you can't tech review for AT&T you can read my review at cnet.com.
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