Review: Samsung Dart
The Samsung Dart has Bluetooth 3.0 on board, and supports the typical batch of profiles, such as A2DP, PBA, and OPP. Pairing with devices such as mono and stereo headsets, as well as laptops was no problem. Call quality through mono headsets was acceptable. Music streamed via stereo Bluetooth did not sound all that great. I didn't have any trouble moving files from the Dart to my laptop and vice versa.
Press the power/lock key and you'll see a nice, large digital clock on the Dart's home screen. It's perfectly visible indoors, but much harder to see outside. This clock can't be altered or changed. The clock application found in the main menu only interacts with alarms, time zones, and such.
The Dart comes loaded only with Google Maps/Navigation. TeleNav, which is preloaded on nearly every T-Mobile device, is nowhere to be found. Google Maps, however, makes for a great, free navigation application that easily routes you from point A to point B.
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