The Samsung Convoy 2 comes with an average set of connective options, and an unusable EVDO rev.A. Apart from the two 2G CDMA network frequencies of 800 and 1900, you get Bluetooth 2.1 and a microUSB port. The EVDO is for PTT calls, no 3G here people.
Or Wi-Fi, but no one was really expecting there to be any Wi-Fi. The phone's internal memory is a paltry 96 MB, but with a microSD card slot that can accommodate up to 32 GBs of extra memory, so 96 MB shouldn't be an issue.
The phone's 3.2 MP camera is pretty good, easily on par with the Samsung Monte's 3.2 MP shooter. You can shoot in four resolutions, from 3.2 MP all the way down to VGA. You get five preset balances, four flash settings and a zoom feature. There is no auto focus, and the camera needs to be held very still for a shot to turn out well. But pictures do come out brightly and with good color representation, details are sharp, except on fuzzy objects. Nighttime shots are also pretty good, thanks to the powerful flash.
The camcorder, on the other hand, seems to be another story. The 15 FPS (Frames per second) VGA shooter produces barely discernible videos. At best, use the pre-set 56 seconds recording limit to send a video MMS.
The music player is excellent, sound wise. The 2.5 mm headphone jack is a real pain to find earphones for, at least where I live. But on loudspeaker or through a Bluetooth headset, sounds filter through perfectly loud and crisp, with a slightly screechy effect on full volume. You can only play MP3s unfortunately, so not much in the way of format support it seems.
Playing videos, on the other hand, is a pretty much average experience. Make sure your videos are encoded in either MP4 or 3GP formats at a maximum resolution of 320 x 240 pixels, and everything should work out fine.
The phone has a good selection of additional features. The Verizon based apps are as follows -- VZ Navigator, VCast Video and Storefront for purchasing various JAVA apps, though you can get tons of free JAVA apps as well. Otherwise you get proprietary features such as Samsung's back up feature and emergency numbers, Bing and Uno. The staples of a calendar, calculator, alarm clock, stop watch, world clock and memo pad are available as well.