The Pantech Pocket has an interesting design with a 4-inch display that has a 4:3 aspect ratio. According to Pantech, the square-ish design is supposed to make reading e-books and watching videos more enjoyable. Does it? In this video, Sydney unboxes the Pantech Pocket and gives her first impressions of the device. The form factor may be odd to some, but the specs are decent with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel camera that captures HD video, and HSPA+ on AT&T's network.
Pantech has made a it a point to highlight the fact that the Pocket is not made to compete with high-end devices on the market. Rather, it offers exciting features with a budget-friendly price. So, if you're on a budget and enjoy multimedia, should you spring for the Pocket? We'll find out in the full review.