The Pantech Breeze takes into account many of the design principles set forth in AT&T's approach to Universal Design:
- 1-2-3 Quick-Call Keys — Three preprogrammable quick-call buttons are located below the screen — users can easily select one of the three quick-call contacts and press the send button to start a call.
- Simplified Menu — Navigating the phone's features is trouble-free with the simplified "breeze menu," which prioritizes the features that customers want to access most.
- Large Font — Menu screens use a highly visible large font. Additionally, the font of SMS messages is enlarged and the date and time of messages sent is at the beginning rather than at the end of a message.
- Easy-to-Use Buttons — The oversized buttons on the device respond with a tactile click when pressed, and the amount of time the keys remain illuminated after use is extended.
- Clear and Loud Speakerphone — A large, dedicated button starts and stops speakerphone use.
- Camera — A dedicated hard key for the camera brings up camera options "take a picture" and "photo album" to give users easy access to useable camera functions.
- Audible Keys — An option to have audio accompany numeric keystrokes makes it easy to know which buttons have been pressed, resulting in mistake-free dialing for those with limited sight.
Breeze is a GSM quad-band world device, able to make voice calls in more than 200 countries and access data and send messages in more than 145. So, it is simple-but-powerful.