IP phone maker, Yealink is just about ready to release the newest member of its IP phone family: the SIP based T38G color phone. The T38G is an updated version of Yealink’s popular SIP-T28P and was designed to better meet the demands of next generation communications.
The SIP based T38G displays every detail to users on its 480 x 272 pixel and 4.3’’ TFT-LCD display. The new phone also offers a vivid depiction of call list, phone directories and caller information. The advanced image quality provides users with an updated color interface for easier viewing and navigation.
Besides a high-resolution color, the T38G implements a larger LCD screen with golden ratio of 16:9, which, according to Yealink, is precisely deduced by ergonomics as the best visual range for the human eye.
The Yealink (News - Alert) SIP-T38G also adopts a wider perspective scope of 150 degrees to ensure that information displayed on the screen can be seen by users from every angle, creating a more relaxed and convenient business communication experience.
Color display will soon become one of the essential references for future communication tools, according to the IP phone maker. Yealink, foresaw this trend and credits the T38G as being designed with leading technology to bring business into a colorful era.
The T38G can also support any headset, wireless headset or LCD expansion module making it easily interoperable with any of your current office equipment. It can also support six VoIP accounts as well as hotlines and emergency calls, making it a great choice for SMBs.
An official release date for the SIP-T38G has still yet to be released, but IP phone maker Yealink has begun advertising it on its website, so chances are its release is right around the corner.
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Edited by Janice McDuffee