Pantech Reveal: Dual Keyboards Are Cool

Posted: Oct 21 2009, 10:15am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:58pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Feature phones are rarely worth much notice, especially in a season filled with sexy new smartphone releases. That said, the Pantech Reveal has a really cool design that makes it worth talking about. In their quest to create a perfect social feature phone, Pantech has stumbled upon a dual keyboard design that is actually sort of awesome. Basically, a BlackBerry-style QWERTY keyboard slides out from under the numpad, and both remain active.

Aside from the dual-keyboards, there's not much special about the Reveal. It does pack 3G capability, AT&T Navigator, and access to AT&T's new HTML mobile browser. As far as feature phones go, the Reveal is pretty high-end. It looks like a solid buy for the teenage (or younger) cell phone user in your life. That is, assuming they're worth $79.99 (after a $50 mail in rebate) to you.

If you want a shot at winning this mobile for free, check out its Facebook page here. Pantech is holding a contest on Facebook. If you become a fan of them and make a post about the Reveal on their fan page wall, you become eligible to win a free Reveal. They're picking one new member every day. If you're dead broke but really want a new cell phone, this could be your moment.

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