The GXP2120 is a 6 line enterprise phone, supports 6 SIP accounts, 13 line appearances, and 5-way conferencing. It supports G.722, and has a 320×160 backlight LCD, 4 XML programmable keys, and 7 BLF keys. It also a phone book which holds up to 2,000 contacts (seriously?) and a 2,000 record call history.
Going down a notch, the GXP2100 supports 4-lines, 4 SIP accounts, 11 line appearances, and 4-way conferencing. The LCD is only 180×90, with 3 XML programmable keys and 7 BLF keys.
Grandstream says it plans to add additional GXP HD phone models later this year.
The GXP2100 is available now for a manufacturer’s list price of $119 while the GXP2120 will be commercially available for purchase by the end of the month for a MSRP of $159.