Review: Samsung Convoy 2
The Convoy 2 supports mono and stereo headsets, as well as object push to other phones/devices. All of these functions worked well. Call quality via mono headsets was terrible. Music through stereo Bluetooth speakers wasn't too bad.
Press any of the buttons on the Convoy 2 to see the time on the external display. It is large, white, and readable at arm's length.
The Convoy 2 offers Verizon's VZNavigator service for mapping and navigation. It costs $10 per month to use. That's a steep price if you ask me, but the software does work well.
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