Review: Garmin Asus Garminfone
Stereo Bluetooth from the Garminfone connected with no trouble. I also paired the phone to my Bluetooth headset, and that pairing worked well. My headset sounded good talking through the Garminfone. Otherwise, like many Android phones, the Garminfone lacks a wealth of Bluetooth profiles. It worked well for sound functions, but couldn't transfer files or contacts over a Bluetooth connection.Clock
The lock screen on the Garminfone features a nice big clock, and once you've accessed the menus, the phone keeps the time up top in the notification bar. The clock app itself was useful, too, with alarms to set and a stopwatch to keep time.
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