Using an existing phone number by way of a twin-SIM card, the VOYAGER can be easily installed in any car
The VOYAGER can be connected to the car’s onboard diagnostics via Bluetooth or RS232 port, so it can provide updates on the car’s systems
The Accel VOYAGER smartphone
Cars and mobile phones haven’t had a very happy relationship. For most people, a car/phone interface means a bracket suction-cupped to the windscreen. At best, it means a Bluetooth connection between the phone and the car’s infotainment system, that leaves much to be desired. Trying to rectify this situation, Israeli telecom company Accel Telecom describes its new VOYAGER smartphone as the “first standalone connected car smartphone,” designed with the car specifically in mind.
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