AT&T Unlocked Pantech Ease P2020 No Contract GSM Sliding Keyboard Touchscreen 2G Cell Phone
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- Full Keyboard
- Easy to Use
- Picture and Video
- Text messaging is a breeze
- Unlocked cell phones are compatible with GSM carriers but are not compatible with CDMA Carriers.
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The Pantech Ease sports a large display and an easy mode with a simplified interface & large-text option. It also adds a pedometer, sliding lock switch, voice dialing, MP3 player, touch screen, slide-out QWERTY keyboard, 3G data, 2 megapixel camera, video sharing, microSD slot, GPS, and is java enabled. This phone is compatible is compatible with: GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, & HSPA (HSUPA/HSDPA) networks.
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Other annoying quirks:
When you set the time for your alarm, you may just want to throw it across the room. You have to swipe your finger like you are spinning the big wheel on the Price is Right, trying to get it to land on the winning time, which is difficult. Or you can tap the arrows 30 times. Also, adjusting the volume for alarms is inconvenient, and if you want to raise the volume it decides it has to prove to you out loud how loud it can get while you are setting it. The snooze option is not automatic, and you only get three very random snoozing variations to choose. Regardless of what you choose, you will only get to snooze so many times before it will decide to let you get what you deserve and not snooze any more. Hope you were paying attention to what you swiped!
The phone comes with an obscene amount of apps preloaded onto it, which you will likely not use. There is no way to erase them, or remove them from the "Advanced" menu, unless I just haven't figured it out yet.