The following review was conducted in July 2017.
The following review was conducted in February 2015 and edited in February 2018 to include the music on hold note under "Cons."
The Grandstream GXV3275 is a touchscreen phone that tries to meld the seamlessness of Android smartphones with the functionality of leading IP phones. Overall, the phone appears to operate more like an Android tablet than a standard desk phone. With SIP video phone capabilities and a gaggle of software features, the device is well suited for anyone looking for powerful features and strong telepresence.
The following review was conducted in March 2011.
This week we tested the GXV3175, the newest HD multimedia phone from Grandstream. The phone is an ambitious piece of hardware. It’s paving the way for new products built on the idea that multimedia will become a bigger part of business communications: that video calling will become the norm, that touchscreen user interfaces are the next big thing, and that seamless access to social media networks will be a requested feature for business hardware solutions. Luckily for Grandstream, there certainly seems to be a demand for a new approach to the office desk phone. It feels like every week brings news about a new video calling solution or an easier way to integrate social media into existing hardware/software.