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Grandstream GXV3240 Multimedia IP Phone for Android VoIP and Device
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- 4.3 inch (480x272) capacitive (5 points) touch screen TFT LCD, mega pixel CMOS sensor camera with privacy shutter.
- 6 lines with up to 6 SIP accounts including FREE IP Video Talk account with video mail, up to 6-way audio conference and 3-way video conference, phonebook with up to 1000 contacts, call history with up to 1000 records.
- Integrate with Grand stream's GXV-series of IP video surveillance cameras to view live camera feeds and to receive alerts/alarms from IP cameras installed on the same network.
- HD wideband audio, full-duplex hands-free speakerphone with advanced acoustic echo cancellation.
- Offers a multi-platform video conferencing solution (Grand stream's Free IP Video Talk, Skype, Microsoft Lync, and more)
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If you are planning to use this phone as a stand-alone device (without a PBX), there are a few important things to know. This phone was designed to operate in a business environment with a SIP-based IP PBX, where business IP calls have priority access to the phone and handset features. You can modify the default settings to allow Skype to use the handset, and to prevent a handset lift from interrupting a Skype call. Just swipe down from the top, and tap "System Settings". Tap the handset icon to place it in Auto mode. This makes the phone much more usable as a standalone device for Skype, or any other Android-compatible telephony application you would like to use.
The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support works as expected. Bluetooth connectivity can be used for a headset and also to pair a Bluetooth enabled cell phone. Yes, you can actually answer calls from your cell phone on the GXV3240, as if it were a Bluetooth headset. Although there is a slightly noticeable delay, the sound quality is excellent, and it is great to be able to use an external speakerphone with my iPhone.
The hardware has a smooth finish, and does not feel cheap or flimsy, as many other value-priced phones do. It doesn't feel as solid as the Polycom VVX series phones - but is nowhere near as flimsy as some Yealink products, or the Grandstream phones of years past.Read more ›
only thing i do not like is the cpu and nand...(very slow)
Forget skype on this phone (not enough HP to do video calls
Hangouts takes ages to load and crashes every once in a while
all in all a good phone if your pbx supports video
A great feature is the camera ...you can adjust it and even physically turn it off by turning the little wheel behind the cam
keywords Bluetooth faulty.
The hardware is reasonably solid. The handset, headset, and speakerphone worked well with the built-in SIP client. I didn't have any problems pairing or using a Bluetooth headset with the SIP client, and the call answer/end button on the headset worked too.
I loaded the Lync client from Grandstream's app store. This also loaded a Lync Setup app that configured the handset to work with the Lync client. The problems started as soon as I tried to make calls from the Lync client.
When I tried to place calls using the handset, the speakerphone would randomly turn on. I couldn't turn it off without ending the call, and the speakerphone's volume controls failed to work while the Lync client had an active call. When I did get the audio to go through the handset, people on the other end complained that my words were dropped or garbled. An old Snom 300 phone on the same network works just fine with my Lync account.
Receiving Lync calls was also unreliable. Often the Lync client simply failed to ring on incoming calls. I'd get a missed call notification a little later instead.
Using a Bluetooth headset with the Lync client was impossible. While the headset was connected, microphones on the handset, Bluetooth headset, and speakerphone failed to pick up any audio no matter which source was selected.
I opened a support ticket with Grandstream regarding all of the problems I had with the Lync client.Read more ›
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