Updating pantech cell phone
Today's news is pretty exciting for owners of the QWERTY-packin' Crossover, as the phone has been stuck on Android 2.2 since its debut last June.
Opera Mini still powers the Web browser; both WAP and desktop HTML pages look good on this phone.
There are still three programmable shortcut keys up on the lid, beneath the screen; this time around, they’re also larger and easier to press than before.
The Breeze III is a quad-band EDGE (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) and dual-band HSDPA 3.6 (850/1900 MHz) device with no Wi-Fi, meaning the Breeze III can hit 3G data networks here, but only 2G data networks overseas.
Plenty of shoppers still want cell phone that are "just phones." The Pantech Breeze III is aimed squarely at that group.
The Pantech Breeze III looks very similar to the Breeze II (3.5 stars), but given the Breeze III’s mission, that’s probably a good thing.
Plus, it's good to see AT&T sticking to its word about updating its 2011 post-paid Android phones to 2.3.