Yealink SIP-T4X VoIP Phones

Over the next couple months Yealink will be releasing several new phones and to use a popular idiom; with the new Yealink SIP-T4X Series, Yealink are really breaking the mold.

What Is It?

The Yealink SIP-T4X series are the latest VoIP phones from Yealink. The series currently consists of three phones, an expansion module and a Bluetooth dongle. The new phones mark a big break from the familiar look of the popular Yealink SIP-T2X and Yealink SIP-T3X series phones with a completely new design.

Part of the new design, one of the biggest difference between the new models and the older ones is the lack of a paper insert for programmable keys. A common feature on previous Yealink phone models the paper insert has been replaced by “flexible buttons” that can be programmed for different features. Some of the other notable new features include non-slip rubber feet, a foot stand with two positions and ergonomic recessed buttons.

Another new feature of the new phones is Yealink Optima HD Voice. Optima HD voice is the combination of software and hardware design with wideband technology to help maximize acoustic performance.
The new Yealink phones are:

Yealink T46GYealink SIP-T46G – The SIP-T46G is the first of the new phones to be released and is the higher end of the new models. Geared towards executives the SIP-T46G is the only phone that supports the new Yealink EXP40 expansion module and the BT40 USB dongle. When paired with EXP40 expansion modules the SIP-T46G can have up to 240 additional programmable keys.

      • 6 line appearances
      • Yealink Optima HD Voice
      • 4.3″ 480 x 272-pixel TFT color display
      • Dual 10/100/1000 RJ45 Ports
      • RJ9 headset port
      • Built-in auto sensing IEEE 802.3 af Power over Ethernet
      • Optional 5V DC power supply (not included)

Yealink T42GYealink SIP-T42G and Yealink SIP-T41P – The SIP-T42G and SIP-T41P are the two entry level phones in the SIP-T4X series. The two phones share most of the same similarities when it comes to line appearances, features and physical appearance. The only difference between the two models is the SIP-T42G is Gigabit while the SIP-T41P is 10/100.

      • 3 line appearances
      • Yealink Optima HD Voice
      • 2.7″ 192×64-pixel Grayscale Graphical LCD
      • Dual 10/100/1000 RJ45 Ports (SIP-T42G)
      • Dual 10/100 RJ45 Ports (SIP-T41P)
      • RJ9 headset port
      • Built-in auto sensing IEEE 802.3 af Power over Ethernet
      • Optional 5V DC power supply (not included)

Who Is It For?

With three new models in the series the Yealink SIP-T4X covers all the bases of phone users. While described as entry level phones, the  SIP-T41P and SIP-T42G will cover most phone users’ needs from casual users through call center and sales staff. For users who need a little more from there phone such as receptionist and executives the SIP-T46G will be a good option with the ability its to add additional programmable keys through the EXP40 expansion module.

Pricing and Availability?

Yealink SIP-T46G – MSRP $269 – Available now
Yealink SIP-T42G – MSRP $179 – Shipping June 30th
Yealink SIP-T41P – No Price has been released but my guess is that it will be in the $130-150 range – Shipping August 30th
Yealink EXP40 – MSRP $105 – Shipping June 30th

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