Grandstream Adds to Android-Based IP Video Phone Family
By Craig Galbraith
June 20, 2014 - News
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Grandstream has unveiled the GXV3275, the company's latest IP video phone.

The company says the new phone has the same features and functionality as the GXV3240, but offers them on a 7-inch touchscreen that delivers a tablet-like experience.

The 3275 is a three-in-one device: a six-line IP phone; a multi-platform, multi-person video conferencing solution; and an Android tablet. Grandstream says it enhances productivity in part because it serves as a second screen on a business person’s desk.

The new phone runs the Android operating system and offers full access to the hundreds of thousands of apps in the Google Play Store, including popular business productivity apps. 

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