Grandstream GXV3275 IP Phone Review

, posted: 29-Jul-2014 09:00

The GXV3275 is the latest device from Grandstream Networks, a long time manufacturer of IP telephony solutions. It's fair to say the GXV3275 is worlds apart from some of the earlier IP phones from Grandstream (Does anyone remember the BT-101?), and quite possibly the best corded IP phone on the market right now.The Hardware The first thing you notice is that instead of physical buttons, this phone features a crisp 7' (1024x600) multi-touch capacitive touch screen display with a row of 5 capacitive buttons underneath. Hook switch aside, there are no other physical buttons on this phone, giving it a nice clean look. The picture was clear and crisp, however I did notice some slight flickering on dark backgrounds but this wasn't bad enough to worry about. As with most touch screens, fingerprints are an issue, however the bright screen hid them well when lit.The phone is running on an ARMv7 processor and 825MB of RAM and this seems plenty for everything I have thrown at it so far. The phone (read the entire post)...

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A kiwi currently living in Melbourne, Adam Jobbins is an IT Project Manager by day who likes to dabble in VoIP and other geekery in his spare time.