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Verizon's Samsung Convoy 2 is a rugged handset with push-to-talk capabilities.

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Thick 'n' sturdy

There's a lot going on here: a thick, sturdy hinge, a 3.2-megapixel camera with flash, and music controls on the front. (Read the full Samsung Convoy 2 review.)

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Flashlight

Press and hold a shortcut key on the dial pad to turn the camera flash into one bright flashlight. (Read the full Samsung Convoy 2 review.)

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Dialpad

A 2.2-inch QVGA screen sits atop a spacious keypad. (Read the full Samsung Convoy 2 review.)

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Dialing

The center of each key is raised, making typing comfortable and easy to do. (Read the full Samsung Convoy 2 review.)

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On the side

The red button serves as a programmable convenience key when push-to-talk mode is off. When that mode is engaged, however, the red button is your push-to-talk command center.

On the other spine, the Convoy 2 has a disappointing 2.5mm headset jack. (Read the full Samsung Convoy 2 review.)

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Battery cover

The screw-back cover keeps Mother Nature away from the battery. It's easy to twist open with a nail or a coin. (Read the full Samsung Convoy 2 review.)

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