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Pantech Laser (AT&T Wireless)

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Pantech Laser (AT&T Wireless)

 

Pantech has designed some sharp-looking handsets over the past few years. The latest to cross our test bench, the Laser, is one of the company's best, thanks to its impressively slim form factor. But like with many other recent feature phones on AT&T,...

Thin. Vibrant, high-resolution touch screen. Feels well-built. Roomy keyboard

Bloatware-infested. Disappointing camera. Weak reception. Must pull the battery to swap microSD cards. Micro-USB headphone jack. Expensive required data plan

The Laser is Pantech's most intriguing feature phone yet, but AT&T's skewed data plan economics will usually make a true smartphone a better buy.

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