Speakerphone. (n.d.). In YourDictionary. Retrieved from https://www.yourdictionary.com/speakerphone
A component of a telephone that has a loudspeaker and a microphone and allows a person to communicate without holding the telephone receiver and that allows more than one person to participate in a telephone call using a single receiver.
If your cell phone is capable of using the Bluetooth A2DP stereo profile and you purchase a hands-free Bluetooth speakerphone that comes with similar functionality, it may be possible to stream music from your music phone to the speaker.
Some of its key features include a 1.3 megapixel camera, miniSD memory card expansion, side thumbwheel, 320 x 240 pixel color display, PIM functionality, and advanced speech recognition and speakerphone.
Phone functions remain the same as in other phones like polyphonic ringtones, speakerphone, and a contact list that is only limited by the amount of memory you have.
The speaker portion should be loud enough to hear over basic ambient noise, just as you would find with a regular speakerphone on a regular landline telephone.
Since it is so much safer to keep both hands on the steering wheel, it may be a good idea to consider using a hands-free Bluetooth speakerphone while driving.