Pantech always releases one or two Verizon Wireless every year and this time it has come up with Pantech Crux (CDMA device) to stay in competition with the touchscreen phone arena. It is a very thin phone as it measures 109 x 53 x 13mm and it weighs 122g. The phone is built with durable plastic and has chrome accents at the sides.
After launching many Pantech cell phones for AT&T that specialized in text messaging into the market last year, Pantech has now finally tried its luck in full touchscreen arena. The size of the phone is just 93.2 x 63.8 x 14.7mm and weighs 129.8g. The display of the phone is of 2.8 inches only. The QVGA resistive touchscreen display is capable of supporting 262k colors. However, the quality of the display is not impressive. It has a display resolution of 240 x 400 pixels.
In partnership with AT&T, Slashgear is giving you a chance to win Pantech Matrix Pro Smartphone with a $100 credit for any services or products sold on AT&T store.
Well, you have to sign up for SlashGear account (which is free), and go to the SlashGear Forums and post your argument regarding physical QWERTY keyboard (think: the Pantech Matrix Pro, T-Mobile G1, HTC Touch Pro, etc…) versus virtual QWERTY keyboard (think: iPhone, Samsung Delve, LG Incite, etc…) on smart phone in a specified thread. Explain why you think one is better than the other.