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Pantech Breeze II

alaTest has collected and analyzed 399 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the portability and screen are generally positive. The battery and value for money also get good views. Many are negative about the features, while there are mixed comments on the connectivity and sound.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Pantech Breeze II is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 227 user reviews of Pantech Breeze II from The average user rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Cell phones on

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72% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: PANTECH Breeze II P2000 Battery PBR-46A 920mAhPantech PBR-46A Battery for Pantech Breeze II P2000 Breeze III P2030Pantech Breeze III (AT&T)

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Pantech Breeze III (gray, AT&T)


While Pantech has dabbled with smartphones like the Matrix Pro and the more recent Crossover, its core business in the U.S. has always been in the feature-phone market. In fact, one of its more successful models has been its Breeze handsets, which are...

The Pantech Breeze III has a slim and stylish flip-phone design. The display is bright and customizable with large fonts, and the keypad is spacious. It has both an easy and advanced mode to suit customers with different comfort levels. Features...

The Pantech Breeze III doesn't have too many design and feature improvements over its predecessor. Some features available in advanced mode are not available in easy mode, which makes sense for some functions, but seem arbitrary for others

The Pantech Breeze III is a well-designed and affordable entry-level handset for senior citizens, kids, and cell phone novices.

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Pantech Breeze II (AT&T)


Sometimes basic phones are all one really needs, and Pantech is a manufacturer that definitely understands that. Though it also makes higher-end feature phones like the Matrix and the Matrix Pro , Pantech does entry-level phones very well. A perfect...

The Pantech Breeze II has a slim design with quick access keys, a 1.3-megapixel camera, 3G, a music player, stereo Bluetooth, and more.

The Pantech Breeze II's keypad is a little flush to the surface of the phone.

Even though it's billed as an entry-level flip phone, the Pantech Breeze II comes with solid midrange features for a very affordable price.


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Pantech Breeze


The Pantech Breeze is a decent midrange handset, but it's not as simple as AT&T would lead you to believe.

Slim and attractive. Good reception and battery life. Capable noise cancellation.

Earpiece is on the quiet side. Simplified interface could be easier to use.

Equipped with all the standard features you'd expect from a feature phone, the Pantech Breeze is a decent midrange handset, but it's not as simple to use as AT&T would lead you to believe.

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Pantech Breeze (white, AT&T)


There are a few key factors when choosing the right phone for the elderly--the handset needs to be easy to use with a minimum of fuss, it should have a bright display with large fonts, the keypad should have large and tactile keys, and call quality...

The Pantech Breeze is an attractively slim flip phone with a large keypad, a display with big fonts, and a really easy-to-use interface. It also has a VGA camera and three quick-call keys for emergency purposes.

The Pantech Breeze's quick-call keys are smooth to the surface of the phone, and there's no self-portrait mirror.

The Pantech Breeze is definitely ideal for senior citizens and those with disabilities, but it's also an all-around great phone for anyone who wants a decent entry-level handset.

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Pantech Breeze III (AT&T)


The TeleNav-powered AT&T Navigator offers voice-enabled, turn-by-turn directions for $9.99 per month or $2.99 per day, and there's a 30-day free trial. Garmin's My-Cast Weather delivers localized updates and severe weather alerts, but at $3.99 per...

Great voice quality. Good balance of features for the price. Still a bargain

Non-standard headphone jack. MicroSD card slot buried beneath the battery. Below-average reception

The Pantech Breeze III remains a good inexpensive voice phone for AT&T, but it's almost impossible to distinguish this model from the prior version.

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Pantech Breeze II (AT&T)


Pantech improved the original Breeze's text-based interface by bumping the screen resolution from 176x220 up to 320x240, which means menu options now fit on the screen without scrolling. Getting around was refreshingly easy as a result. You can also...

Great voice quality. Powerful Web browser. Good balance of features for the price. Doesn't require AT&T's $20-per-month messaging plan

Proprietary headphone jack. MicroSD slot buried underneath the battery

The Pantech Breeze II is a shrewd update of the original, adding 3G connectivity, a better Web browser, and improved voice quality to a solid, easy-to-use cell phone.

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Pantech Breeze II P2000 Review


We've seen a barrage of quick messaging phones out of Pantech's camp over the course of the last year and we don't foresee them drying up in that category any time soon. However, they're also in the game when it comes to basic handsets that forgo the...

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Pantech Breeze III and Pursuit II (AT&T) Review


The Pantech Breeze III and Persuit II phones are two low-end GSM phones available on the AT&T network for under $100 (currently and often just under $50 with rebate) for new customers with a 2 year term. While both offer decent (and different)...

Breeze III: simple flip phone with Edge network access ; Pursuit II: very good physical keyboard ; Both: good voice clarity

Both: Slow network access speeds ; Breeze III: all the downsides of a simple flip phone the most obvious being text entry and simple apps ; Pursuit II: slow speeds, lack of significant third-part application options, poor touch response

These two phones, along with the sync software, are capable enough at what they do, but they’re definitely trailing edge technology, with a few updates to more modern components and capabilities. With the immense downward pressure of smartphone prices...

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Cheap, entry-level phone is a breeze to use


The Pantech Breeze II is an affordable, easy-to-use phone with loads of features, including an upgraded camera, a music player, video playback, GPS navigation and a memory card slot. Reviewers like that AT&T's pricey messaging plan is not...

Low monthly fees, easy mode for beginners, easy-to-read keypad, turn-by-turn directions

Buttons fairly flat against surface

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Video Tour: Pantech Breeze II


Pantech's Breeze II is a simple flip phone for AT&T aimed at those seeking an easier-to-use device. Not to worry, though, as it offers an advanced mode for more seasoned users.

Product Specifications

The PANTECH breEZe is a breakthrough in intuitive cell phone design. Every aspect - from its sleek, streamlined design and extra-large color display to its simplified user interface and back-lit EZ One-Touch Quick Call keys - makes it easier to use for both children and adults. The Pantech breEZe has two different modes allowing you to choose the menus depending on you needs. No more scrolling through endless options you'll never use. Complexity is now just a state of mind. The breEZe Mode has simple menu format allowing EZ system navigation and streamlined options offering the most commonly used features off the main menu. The Advanced Mode has icon format for system navigation and enhanced feature offerings: Email & IM, Messaging, Calling, MEdia Net, AT&T Mall, Games and Apps, My Stuff, Address Book, and Settings. The EZ On-Touch Quick Call Keys is available for those you reach out to most - it's now as easy as 1-2-3! You can assign your friends and families for EZ Keys and once contact is assigned, press and hold appropriate key to make a call. If you're looking to take photos or videos, surf the Web, send instant messages, download ringtones, or play games - the breEZe does all of that and more!


Standby Time (PB):240hours
Talk Time (PB):180minutes
Technology:Lithium ion


Band:GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband)
Bundled Service:Pick Your Plan
Combined with:With digital camera
Integrated Components:Digital camera
Phone Form Factor:Folder
Service Provider:AT&T
Type:Cellular phone
Wireless Interface:Bluetooth 2.0

Dimensions & Weight



Type:LCD display


Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Pantech

Messaging & Data Services

EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates For Global Evolution): Yes



Optical Sensor

Sensor Resolution:0.3Megapixel
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