- Nokia Lumia 900 Vs HTC Titan IIPosted 5 years ago
- GoPro HD Hero2 Outdoor Edition Review And PricePosted 5 years ago
- Panasonic V100 Review & PricePosted 5 years ago
- Panasonic V500 – Price & ReviewPosted 5 years ago
- Sony Cybershot DSC-HX30V Review And PricePosted 5 years ago
- Sony Cybershot DSC-WX50 – Price & ReviewPosted 5 years ago
- Panasonic Lumix DMC LX5 – Price & ReviewPosted 5 years ago
AT&T unveils Pantech Impact phone
Impact is a new addition from Pantech to the range of AT&T’s quick messaging phones. Colored in soft pink and bright blue, the Impact boasts of an awfully tactile touchpad, a bright glittery faceplate and a fully veiled keypad, which can be used for easy messaging.
The Impact is claimed to offer a supreme mobile phone experience with its two integrated screens. The lustrous outline of exterior is subsumed with pink detailing or textured blue. The below built-in touchpad of screen is very quick to respond and acts in response to the fingertips with a moderate haptic buzz. Users can also use the Impact for managing their preferred music, send texts or make calls but for opening it.
Built-in with a full QWERTY keyboard, the Impact also proves to be of high use for the internet buffs as it comes built-in with shortcut keys, which help make fast access to IM, email, text and switching between apps. Users can also enjoy an incredible multimedia experience with Impact’s built-in 2nd full-color display screen, which is ideal for viewing videos, friends’ images and profiles.
As the features, the Impact also lets users enjoy crystal-clear listening of GPS directions, music and chat on speakerphone. Users can also use the Impact to get hooked on-the-move because they cannot only update status, browse the web, check newsfeeds, but can also stream video and music and enjoy playing games. Users can also use it to shoot and share videos and pictures with AT&T Mobile Email and multimedia messaging.
As the reviews, the device also comes packed with att.net service and the latest HTML mobile browser of the AT&T. This mixes quicker HTML surfing with custom attributes to make favorite books and local searches personalized. The contraption is also incorporated with AT&T Navigator, which boasts of providing turn-by-turn, voice-guided directions in real-time.
The Impact via AT&T comes with the price of $99.99 with a 2-year contract, following a mail-in rebate. Users have to pay $149.99 for the 2-year and get a $50 AT&T Promotion Card). The Impact can be availed at AT&T stores and its official website.