The Grandstream WP820 is a dual-band WiFi enabled phone that held up really well in my testing.
Grandstream WP820 WiFi Phone
The Grandstream WP820 is a dual-band WiFi enabled phone that held up really well in my testing. A WiFi phone is only going to be as good as your wireless network, but if your WiFi is solid, then this phone is an excellent choice, and also includes a number of bonus features that could come in handy in your environment. The phone beeps as it roams between access points, but the disruptions in the voices on the call were minimal – you will barely notice jumping between wireless access points.
Grandstream WP820 Features:
- Dual-band WiFi (2.4GHz/5GHz w/WEP/WPA/WPA2/WPA Enterprise encryption)
- Bluetooth 4.2 for syncing headsets and mobile devices (contacts and call transferring)
- 2.4″ 240×320 color display
- HD Voice (handset and speakerphone – G711, G22, Opus codec support)
- 1500mAh battery – 150h standby time, 7.5h talk time
- 3.5mm headset jack
- Configurable side button for push-to-talk, panic, speed dial, and other related functions
- Accelerometer for gesture call control
- 2 SIP account capability
- Android 7.0 OS with Android app support