Well, that’s where the Pantech Breeze III comes to mind as it’s now available after seeing its predecessor being on the market for approximately over a year now. No, it hasn’t made the jump to a smartphone, but rather, it retains its basic clamshell form factor while packing along some more advanced voice features. Specifically, we find an improved voice recognition, support for full dictation, and better sound quality primarily due to its Audience earSmart background noise suppression.
Blatantly, the handset still caters to mostly older adults since it boasts tertiary things like a pill reminder feature and its hearing-aid compatibility rating being improved versus its predecessor. Moreover, its larger than normal sized keypad and dedicated speed dial buttons are common characteristics found with Pantech’s Breeze line.
Available right now on AT&T’s web site, customers that are interested in this entry-level phone will need to shell out $49.99 with their signature on a 2-year agreement to pick it up.
source: AT&T via Phonescoop