Features of the headset are pretty impressive. Aside from the internal phonebook of up to 30 contacts, you can use it to answer, end, and reject calls, play and pause music, or skip to the next song in a playlist. Other features include call waiting support, voice command support, last number redial, and the capability to put a call on hold. You also can pair up to two devices simultaneously. There's a vibrate alert, plus a list of preset equalizer settings for listening to music.
We paired the Jabra BT8010 with the Helio Heat, and it worked flawlessly. The moment we activated the music player in the phone, the headset went immediately into music mode, and we could hear the MP3 loud and clear. Call quality was fairly good as well, and callers heard us just fine even when we were walking down a busy sidewalk, thanks to the headset's noise cancellation of background noise. It comes with a carry pouch, an AC charger, and a USB cable. The Jabra BT8010 has a rated talk time of 10 hours, up to 6 hours of music streaming, and a standby time of 12.5 days. .