As for bulk, the Perception's 4.8-ounce weight feels neither too heavy nor too light, but adds a certain amount of heft that makes you feel like you're holding a powerful electronic, not a prop. There's no mistaking that when you're using the device, the screen is the star of the show. The Perception's 4.8-inch Super AMOLED display features a 1280x720-pixel resolution, with a pixel density of 306 ppi. This isn't the 1080p HD resolution of today's killer smartphone screens, but it's still a good 'un, with bright, rich hues and deep blacks, balanced by sharp, legible lettering. Of course, the screen looks better brighter, but automatic brightness settings were good enough for me in most situations.
There are no physical navigation buttons to be found on the Perception, but you can find the 2-megapixel camera module above the display, and the 8-megapixel shooter on the back cover, right above the LED flash, Beneath the back cover are the microSD card slot and removable battery, OS and featuresAndroid 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is technically two versions behind the most recent Android build, but you won't sacrifice too much essential functionality on the Perception, There's no Google Now, and the notifications aren't as rich, but you'll still see the majority of Jelly Bean's we just want the cat iphone case most useful tricks..
While Pantech doesn't push its personality as far as some other manufacturers do, it does add some of its own flavor in the custom skin department. The Perception's lock screen, for instance, lays out shortcuts to the dial pad, messaging, camera, and music player, in addition to the general unlock button. In addition, Pantech has added its own style of system shortcuts in the notifications shade, as well as a skinned settings menu for the wallpaper presets and for the app tray. Fewer Android handset-makers follow Google's original Android 4.0 vision of using entirely on-screen controls. The Perception does this, scuttling any touch-sensitive navigation buttons in favor of software buttons at the bottom of the screen.
The Perception supports all the usual connections you can think of: Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, and it can also serve as a mobile hotspot for up to 10 devices over 4G (and as many as 5 over 3G), There's support for extra motion controls that let you perform actions such as answering the phone with a wave of your hand, or advancing through your playlist with a similar wrist wiggle, Keyboard snobs will appreciate Swiftkey for Pantech, a variation on the popular third-party keyboard app, You'll get the virtual QWERTY's penchant for learning from your social networks and other writing styles over time, as well as your preference to choosing predictive text or relying on autocorrection, Swiftkey is installed by default, though you we just want the cat iphone case can also switch over to Pantech's standard keyboard..
Pantech doesn't stop there. The Perception comes with some easy-access personalization controls that let you customize the look of your lock screen, wallpaper, and other items from a central control menu. The first great smartphone of 2015. Beautiful and bold..with complications. The new no-compromise MacBook. A stellar on-ear headphone. Crave-worthy curves for a premium price. The Good Pantech's Perception has a nice big screen, a large battery, and a very reasonable price tag. I like its 'edgy' design.