Pantech Breeze IV from AT&T lets you keep in touch on a tight budget

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When it comes to smartphones, there are way too many models in the market at the moment. Sometimes, having a cheap phone is so much easier and less stressful since you would not worry too much when you drop your device onto the floor, or when it gets scratched and knocked. The folks over at Pantech knows this, which is why they have released the fourth version of the Breeze series that was first released in 2008, ensuring the Pantech Breeze IV will be a key talk and text solution for those who want something simple and yet, gets the job done. Sounds like the perfect device for your elderly parents who have yet to own a smartphone!

The Pantech Mobile IV would arrive with a slew of improved features, where among them include a larger display screen, an improved camera and other advanced accessibility features for everyday use. Pantech Mobile’s Breeze IV would be an AT&T exclusive device which you can pick up for $39.99 a pop, where it will be accompanied by a new 2-year contract.

Those who have used previous Breeze handsets would realize right from the get go that the Breeze IV would come with similar features that were so popular with its predecessors, including Quick Call Keys, dual user modes, large display text and an external indicator that caters for three important aspects – missed calls, text and battery life. As mentioned earlier, the display screen size is now a whole lot larger at 3”, increasing the visibility level by quite a margin. The camera will also now be able to capture your precious moments in 3-megapixel glory, while there is a magnifier function thanks to the camera lens feature that zooms in and magnifies small type to assist for reading menus, books, and prescriptions among others.

If you think that your grandparents or parents are on the lookout for a simple and functional phone, then the Pantech Breeze IV might be the device for them.

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