Pantech C300 Specifications
- The Pantech C300 is a small, clamshell-style phone with very basic features including picture ID, speakerphone and VGA camera. The C300 was released on March 16, 2000, for the AT&T network and has since been discontinued.
- The Pantech C300 is a GSM-based phone, meaning it will work with any GSM-based carrier after it has been unlocked. This makes it ideal if you intend the use the phone overseas, as most overseas carriers use GSM technology. There are 64 ringtones included, with support for your own MP3 files. Additional features include a calendar, alarm clock and SMS support.
- The Pantech C300 is a clamshell phone, meaning it flips open when in use and closed when it's not. The total weight is 2.47 oz. The antennae is non-retractable and built into the housing on the back of the phone. A directional pad on the top of the phone is used to navigate the phone's menus, while the Enter button in the middle of the directional pad is used to select items or sub-menus. Dedicated Call and End keys are used to start and end phone calls, as well as close out of menus. The keypad is a standard numeric keypad.
Battery and Camera
- The Pantech C300 uses a rechargeable Li-ion battery, with a rated talk time of 2.5 hours and a standby time of 250 hours. The VGA camera has a resolution of 0.3 mega pixels and includes a built-in flash, self-timer and CCD image sensor.