Uncategorized f Reuben Yonatan hApril 17, 2014

Yealink T48G Review [Hands-on Configuration, Photos, Videos, Testing, & More]

The Good


A stylish clean look with a large touch screen supporting a wide range of enterprise level features. Would look great in a small office or a large corporation. Gigabit bridge to PC.

The Bad


The stand is not adjustable and is in a fixed position. While the screen is touch responsive, one would expect the physical hard arrow keys to be used to navigate menus but is not the case.

The Bottom Line


The Yealink T48G is a great desk phone that might offer more features than you would use depending on your need. As someone who is technical, this phone appeals to me from a large corporation perspective as it offers many great features. The touch screen is nice and the screen is crisp and clear. The lack of tilt seems to be pretty common with Yealink phones however the static position it is fixed to is perfect for most situations.

 

In the Box: Phone, Stand, Power Brick, Handset, Handset Cord, Instructions.
Not in the Box: Ethernet Cable, USB Bluetooth.
Physical Features:

 

Top 5 Pros: Top 5 Cons:
  • High Resolution Crisp Touch Screen.
  • Easy to use for beginners and advanced users.
  • Scalable for use in home office or an enterprise environment.
  • Full Gigabit PC Bridging with advanced management.
  • Enterprise level features such as Action URL and Directory Options.
  • Touch screen is resistive instead of capacitive (feels slightly cheap).
  • Fixed stand. Not adjustable.
  • Initial boot does not look for TFTP, needs manual process.
  • Remote directory lacking contact photo.
  • Since this is a higher level device, it would be great to have a first time use guide to using the phone at initial boot.

 

Editor's Review

 

Video:

More Photos:

Yealink T48G

 

Yealink T48G

Yealink T48G

 

Other Yealink Phone Reviews:

– Yealink SIP-T46G 

– Yealink VP530

 

Technical Specs

SPECIFICATIONS
# of RJ45 Ports 2
# of Lines 6
3 way conference
YES
AC Power Supply Included
YES
Built-In Bluetooth
NO
Built-In WiFi
YES
Color Screen
YES
Desktop Paging
NO
Display Type Touch (Capactive)
Gigabit Ethernet Support
YES
Headset Interface RJ11
Mass Provisioning
YES
MWI Support
NO
Peripheral ports USB Bluetooth, Expansion Ports
PoE Compatible
YES
Protocol Supported SIP
Provisioning Method
Sidecar Compatible
NO
Speakerphone
YES
Supported Codecs G.722, G.711(A/µ), G.729AB, G.726, GSM, iLBC
Touch Screen
YES
Voicemail Button
NO
Wideband Voice Protocol

 

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