Its bargain price tag will help prospective buyers overlook the Pantech Flex's weaknesses, and those seeking Android Ice
Cream Sandwich with training wheels will find its optional easy mode appealing.
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Everyone I'm just gonna upward from CNET and this hearing is being -- black AT&T. What's interesting about the other two things really as that this is pantex won their first attempt at a high. And the RX that. -- -- -- Four point oh Ice Cream Sandwich on here -- an eight megapixel camera on the back. You've got a one point five gigahertz dual core processors the other thing that's really interesting about this phone -- that there are actually few votes here. You've got they usual ice -- and management and a new crop but they're calling be easy experience that. And that's really for first timers are really for anybody who finds. The normal Ice Cream Sandwich interface to be a little too involved -- you've got some -- some. Internet simpler I actually really like the easy experience offered here it does keeping simplified its a lot easier to just gets -- -- -- -- what you want in doing your found. So I do like that there of the two options the one thing that's interesting though. As that these standard Ice Cream Sandwich option seems a little over cluttered mean and even over design. And a standard experience. In -- does expose lot of extra menus that you would otherwise. How to crawl around in the settings for. And -- like that that's there but I also think that it makes things a little bit over cluttered. And it makes some of the buttons a little bit smaller and harder to pass I'm not -- -- not doing operating system and he favors. The phone's physical design is pretty cool I like the color scheme -- lake -- text -- The one thing I don't like so much is the way it feels in the hand it's not quite comfortable feel these edges on the back it seemed to stick out a little bit more than in the front. And so while it's not. Uncomfortable and sharp I wouldn't say -- got a very cousy in him feel. -- also -- some cameras on here there's a front facing camera there's an eight megapixel rear facing camera. But the shutter speed was really slow so a lot of my pictures came out Larry especially objects like move a lot like dogs and babies. And I also thought that the camera intended to be out of focus on areas I was focusing -- -- focusing something in the foreground -- -- more in the background some of the shots taken out really well but. I wouldn't it's a very reliable -- However when redeeming quality to the phone -- the price of beer redeeming quality. Because this isn't healthy found describe -- -- point -- on it. It's got that camera and process fast processor and the only fifty dollars AT&T -- but it needs -- -- service agreement. It's I think that this of that. It's a really actually budget on that offer to watch however not everything that it offers its wonderful elected to hold it up -- -- but it can and does. I just evolved where this is sheep camp tech flak for AT&T'S you can read the full overview and -- are.
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