Alongside the Android-based HTC Aria, today AT&T has also announced the Pantech Ease, a touchscreen featurephone with a sliding QWERTY keyboard.
According to the second-largest US carrier, the new Pantech device is its “first quick messaging phone with menus and features designed for users who seek simplicity in their wireless device” – and that explains the name.
AT&T puts the Ease into the same family with the Pantech Breeze and Breeze II, saying it’s “for everyone – from children to great-grandparents.” The phone has an Advanced mode and an Easy mode (the later being perfect for senior users), and features a 3.2 inch screen, HSPA, HTML browser, AT&T navigator, Voice Mode (users can dictate messages instead of typing them), and a 2MP camera.
Like the HTC Aria, Pantech Ease will be available starting June 20. With a contract agreement for two years, the phone will cost $69.99 (after a $50 rebate).
Via Press release
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