October 4, 2011 by staff
Verizon Wireless, It seems that Verizon has again added to its line device that is not smart. Or more accurately, we will soon be adding to the lineup. The latest model to be announced in the feature phone market is the big fish Pantech, described as a “touch-screen phone highly basic laptop designed to keep customers connected via voice, text and web”.
And, of course, the big fish joins another offering recently announced Pantech Pantech Verizon, the joke 2, which went on sale last week with a contract price and 79.99. That said, the phone’s announcement today comes a slightly higher price – and at 99.99 in a two-year contract and after a 50 and a mail-in rebate.
And it comes as one would expect in terms of a Verizon phone, the Pantech big fish will be full of goodies V CAST including the ability to view videos, sports and news from V CAST Video. In addition, the big fish have access to V CAST tones and downloads ring tone sounds, and compatibility with other branded service Verizon – VZ Navigator, which provides audible turn-by-step (for a monthly fee added) .
Otherwise, some of the other features and benefits than those who buy the Pantech big fish can expect to find include:
0.35-inch ultra-thin touch screen design
3.2-inch LCD touch screen for easy navigation
3.2 megapixel camera and camcorder
Full set of messaging options, including text, images, video and mobile voice and instant messaging
Opera Mini browser to access news, sports, weather and email
2 GB MicroSD card pre-installed
Supports up to 32 GB microSD card
Bluetooth support includes dialup, basic imaging, basic printing, headset, handsfree, stereo, phonebook access, object push for vCard, and file transfer
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