Verizon Samsung Convoy U660 No Contract Rugged PTT Cell Phone Grey Verizon
|Display Size||2 Inches|
|Memory Storage Capacity||256 MB|
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- This offer includes the following accessories 1. Battery 2. Battery Cover (if applicable) 3. Wall Charger
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|Screen Size||2 inches||2.8 inches||2.4 inches||2.4 inches||2.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions||2.01 x 0.85 x 3.90 inches||6.00 x 8.00 x 2.00 inches||—||3.94 x 1.97 x 0.79 inches||4.33 x 2.24 x 0.79 inches|
|Item Weight||3.84 ounces||2.72 ounces||0.55 lbs||3.32 ounces||4.30 ounces|
|Operating System||Brew||(proprietary) KaiOS 1.0||Brew 1.0.4||—||—|
The Samsung Convoy 2 SCH-U660 sports a better display and camera, 3 megapixel, than the original Convoy, it also adds flash that doubles as a flashlight, plus Opera Mini browser for improved web access. This device offers military-grade durability, dual microphones with background noise cancellation, push-to-talk, stereo Bluetooth, and multi-format music player with external controls. This rugged cell phone also features GPS, 3G data, and MMS and SMS text messaging. The Convoy 2 adheres to MIL-Std 810F for altitude, temperature extremes, solar radiation, humidity, salt fog, sand, dust, vibration, and shock.
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Drove 60+ miles round trip to Verizon store...only to be told that this phone CANNOT be activated by Verizon at all...and in fact, all of these phones will be terminated in 2020.
Extremely disappointing. A complete rip off. If only I could give zero stars! Thank goodness for Prime and being able to return for full refund! But what a hassle!
Phone looks like new.
Inserted a MicroSD card, rebooted the phone, and was able to transfer .mp3 & .jpg files (via included USB cable) from laptop to phone. Cannot transfer files via Bluetooth, but can send pictures & vCards. Paired this with my old phone, and was able to transfer about 300 contacts from my address book in a couple of minutes.
Paired it with a Bluetooth speaker which doubles as a headlight for my bicycle (the reason I purchased this phone), and am able to play .mp3 through the external Bluetooth speaker. Sound quality from the external speaker is not as good as I had hoped, but it sounds fine through my laptop / headset. (was an accident, I had paired the laptop to transfer files to the phone, which didn't work, but when I started the audio player, it played through my headset, which was connected to the laptop) It actually has decent sound playing through its internal speaker.
Call quality sounds very good, in my limited test.
The flashlight is a nice feature.
Update: I found this phone does not have the feature on the "Call Settings" menu to permit you to select the phone number used when the call is not answered. It just isn't a feature on this model. Normally, a call forwards to the network provider's voicemail system after X number of rings (CFNA) by default. Since I'm a geek, and I'm too lazy to keep track of multiple mailboxes, I didn't want to use the additional mailbox from PagePlus. I have a mailbox which is more feature rich with my VoIP provider, and this cell phone is just part of a "find me" group. I was able to work-around the problem by contacting PagePlus' support via chat. They enabled "call forwarding" feature on my account, so I could use the "*71" feature code to specify the CFNA destination.