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Pantech VerseText messagers with flying fingers will appreciate the Pantech Verse's slide-up QWERTY keyboard and wallet-friendly price.
Messaging phone you're gonna -- like a cancer experts -- -- cellular -- -- at all corporate cnet.com. And take it out. It is a very simple messaging device. It has a really cute and compact form to it kind of looks like a bubble -- some very nice large keys -- -- very easy to manipulate. Mostly black. Has the right lime green collar as accents along the ram on the keyboard. And along the navigation toggle also has sort of -- news slip surface on the back so it is pretty remarkable. It's -- megapixel camera on the back it's not very that you're really not gonna be using -- To replace your camera they're also not going to be using it I had to get to the Internet -- often because it is less than three G phones that's got about 2.5 TB. But you are getting is that you are -- messaging demon there's text and multimedia messaging on here. And the slide -- QWERTY keyboard import format which I -- really mean it is flooded up and there it is free to use you don't have to turn on to use it. The buttons are also very responsive -- a little bit cramped but my fingers on the smaller side so I found it pretty easy to years. And very tactile as it. Extremely comfortable experience the phone also has fairly good audio quality able to make calls on speakerphone -- -- island standard and very well. There are some additional buttons on the side here because this phone is so focused on the physical so -- of voice prompt button on there's also. A button for shortcuts menu items there's a camera shutter button as well. There's a 2.5 millimeter headset Jack which is smaller than standard -- a little bit unfortunate. And there is definitely room care for micro SD card. Which is very cat and act as acute 38 Q gigabytes and external storage. Screen sizes 2.4 inches at the not a touch screen you have to use the navigation controls get around. Little bit on the small -- a little bit cramped for reading. Apps and if you do go -- line it's a little bit more hand eye strain involved and that. But I would say that it is appropriate especially for such -- compact device here. Not -- expensive the -- experts costs 2999. With -- new two year service agreement that's after fifty dollar mail in rebate if you wanna get a prepaid I'll just spend. 6919. Clerk for CNET this is your first. Verse that cellular. Very simple and very.