Pantech Impact P7000
Released November, 2009
The Pros:Fonts are easy to see, very sharply rendered. Speaker phone is very loud, other end hears you clearly. Good spacing between the keys on the QWERTY keyboard.
The Cons:Can't use the camera with the phone closed, feels awkward when opened. Cant view certain photos that are transferred from computer. will say corrupt or not supported. Proprietary headphone input makes listening to MP3s tricky.
The Pantech Impact P7000 is a clamshell flip mobile phone released by AT&T in November 2009. It hosts quad-band GSM and dual-band UTMS support, allowing voice calls to be made throughout the world.
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As for the clamshell frame, it hosts a 1.5” OLED with touch-sensitive buttons underneath on the front, but it can be flipped open to reveal a QWERTY keyboard on one side, and a 2.6” LCD (400x240) display on the other. Included also is a 2MP CMOS camera that supports still image capture up to a 1600x1200 resolution, not to mention QVGA video capture and playback in the MPEG4 format. Everything else is typical of an AT&T phone: AT&T Navigator, instant messaging, mobile email, microSD expansion, etc. Ultimately, the P7000 is best geared for users seeking basic email/texting services. When it comes to videos and other smartphone functionalities, the P700 is simply lacking.
- Clamshell Flip Mobile Phone (AT&T)
- Quad-Band GSM / Dual-Band UTMS Worldwide Support
- Outer OLED Display ; Inner LCD Screen
- Full QWERTY Keyboard + Touch-Sensitive Controls
- Audio/Video Capture & Playback
- Instant Messaging & Mobile Email
- AT&T Navigator GPS Services
- One-Touch Speakerphone
- Voice Memo Recording
- Mobile Banking
- General Function Tools
- Speed Dial
- Flight Mode
- Bluetooth Wireless
- MicroSD Expansion
- Java 2.0 Support
- Network: GPRS/EDGE Quad-Band, UTMS/HSDPA Dual-Band
- Supported Audio Formats: MP3, MIDI, iMelody, MMF, WAV, SMAF, AAC
- Camera: 2MP CMOS; Up to 1600x1200 Resolution
- Video Recording/Playback: QVGA @ 15fps; MPEG4
- Primary Display: 2.6" TFT LCD (400x240)
- Battery: Lithium-Ion (5 Hours)
User Reviews (4)
fonts are easy to see, very sharply rendered
speaker phone is very loud, other end hears you clearly
good spacing between the keys on the QWERTY keyboard
call reception is very good, no dropped calls
screen is bright enough to see in direct sunlight
can't use the camera with the phone closed, feels awkward when opened
cant view certain photos that are transferred from computer. will say corrupt or not supported.
proprietary headphone input makes listening to MP3s tricky
touch screen is overly sensitive, easy to press something you don't mean to
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