Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise Pro VoIP Phone with 5" Touchscreen

Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise Pro VoIP Phone with 5" Touchscreen

Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise Pro VoIP Phone with 5" Touchscreen

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Product Highlights

  • 5" High-Definition, Multi-Touch Display
  • Powered by Android
  • Bluetooth Support
  • Built-in 1.0MP Camera
  • Wi-Fi Capability
  • 1.2 GHz Dual-Core Cortex A9 Processor
  • 4GB Storage / 1 GB RAM
  • UniFi Phone App Communication Software
  • Auto-Provisioning Management Feature
  • Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat
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Ubiquiti Networks UVP-PRO overview

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Conduct business and much more with the Android powered UniFi Enterprise Pro VoIP Phone with 5" Touchscreen from Ubiquiti Networks. This VoIP desk phone comes equipped with a 5" high-definition, multi-touch display and features Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat allowing you to integrated your Google account directly with the phone. By doing so you can access email, media content, browse the web, and even visit the Google Play store right on the display. With plug-and-play functionality this phone can be readily integrated with a scalable PBX phone system. Additionally, the UniFi VoIP phone is designed to be compatible with the UniFi Controller and UniFi Security Gateway for automatic provisioning.

The UniFi Enterprise VoIP Phone also comes equipped with a list of connectivity features. You benefit from two Gigabit Ethernet ports, one micro-USB port, along with Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity. You can connect a headset to the 3.5 mm audio jack or utilize the mono 2.6 W hands-free speaker. The handset also features echo detection and ambient noise reduction for crystal-clear phone calls.

Smartphone Technology for Corporate Environments
The UniFi VoIP Phone is an enterprise desktop smartphone solution with a high-definition color display designed for modern communication, organization, and productivity. Built on Android and integrated into Ubiquiti's UniFi Enterprise System, the UniFi VoIP Phone is the perfect solution for the corporate communications environment.

Download and install your favorite apps, stream media, browse the Internet, and access content created and stored in your Google accounts. Each phone can be uniquely personalized, while all the phones are easily deployed and managed with UniFi software.
Plug and Play Installation
Use a standard Ethernet cable to connect and power the UniFi VoIP Phone with a UniFi Switch (or other 802.3af compliant switch). The UniFi VoiP Phone is designed to integrate with the UniFi Controller and UniFi Security Gateway, so the phone is automatically provisioned for fast deployment.
PBX Integration
Ubiquiti's proprietary SDN software, the UniFi Controller, readily integrates with a scalable PBX system for management of features such as call logging, auto‑attendant, voicemail, and mass configuration. Such ease of use makes the UniFi VoIP Phones ideal for quick deployment in small businesses, corporate locations, schools, and hotels.
Powered by Android
The UniFi VoIP Phone is powered by the Android operating system. Access media content, browse the web, and visit the Google Play store to download and install a variety of apps.
5" High-Definition, Multi-Touch Color Display
Navigate the UniFi VoIP Phone using the touchscreen display.
In the Box
Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise Pro VoIP Phone with 5" Touchscreen
  • Limited 1-Year Manufacturer Warranty
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    Ubiquiti Networks UVP-PRO specs

    Display 5" (diagonal), 640 x 960, 231 ppi, multi-touch, full color
    Camera 1.0 MP (HD720p)
    LED Power: White, Glowing
    Handset Dynamic Receiver 32 ohm / 101 dB / 30 mW
    Microphone Omnidirectional /-36 dB / 2.2K ohm
    Echo Cancellation DSP removing ambient noise and acoustic echo
    Power Input PoE 802.3.at (26 W)
    Hands-Free Options Hands-Free Speaker: Mono 2.6 W
    Hands-Free Microphone: Omnidirectional / SNR 61 ± 5 dB / sensitivity -38 ± 3 dB analog silicon microphone
    Connectivity 2 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    1 x USB 2.0 micro-USB port
    Bluetooth 4.0
    Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
    Headset Compatibility 3.5 mm audio jack
    270 mW CTIA (LRGM)
    Accessory Detection Volume up/down and media detection
    Processor 1.2 GHz dual-core Cortex A9
    Storage 4 GB (shared with other applications)
    RAM 1 GB
    Software
    OS Android Kit Kat (version 4.4.2)
    Voice Codecs G.722 / Speex / iLBC / PCMU / PCMA / GSM
    Communication Software UniFi phone app
    Management Features Auto-provisioning
    Protocol SIP / SDP / RTP / RTCP / VLAN / DHCP
    Dimensions
    Dimensions 6.50 x 5.50 x 7.19" / 166.0 x 140.0 x 182.5 mm
    Weight 2.43 lb / 1.10 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.6 x 9.0 x 5.9"

    Ubiquiti Networks UVP-PRO reviews

    UniFi Enterprise Pro VoIP Phone with 5" Touchscreen is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great quality phone. Works great for my config. What Mathew says is correct in that you have to create a separate GMail and use the Unifi controller to config the phone but then finish off with the provider of choice. I have a reseller account with VOIPO and am using their cloud PBX. And thank you Matt for the Jabra comment because I will go that direction if I get headset requests. That said. These phones are quality construction. Options are great ... the fact that it's droid makes it great to work with and gives the user an immediate connect to the device. Learning curb minimized. Definitely vet it for the level of integration you want but if it's basic stuff like i am doing, the phone should get a 5 star.
    Date published: 2017-06-22
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Idea is good but lacking in usability. There's a few issues with this phone. One of the reasons I opted for the Unifi phone, was that I already had a controller in house to manage several switches and access points. Unfortunately, it was not made clear till after working with Unifi support for about a week, that the current version of the UVP software is not supported by the existing controllers. Rather, a separate controller dedicated to Phones is required. Since I only had a handful of phones, this lead me to manual configuration. Next issue came with Bluetooth. Bluetooth is really the only way to use a headset with this phone, and unfortunately, supported headsets are pretty limited, most of which are not ideal for business use. None of my Plantronics headsets provided usable audio. (Despite working with every other Bluetooth phone I had on hand.) I worked with Ubiquiti support for nearly two months before they told me none of the headsets were supported and I should go buy new ones. (Jabera seems to be there preferred brand.) This was blamed on the Android OS. Even though the headsets work with the same version of Android running on a MotoX Pure Edition. Support is decent, but it's a lot of back and forth, with days between responses. Expect a week or more for a resolution. Manual configuration of the UVP was pretty simple. I was able to get it registered and working with RingCentral, without having documentation, within about 30 minutes for the first phone. Subsequent phones took < 10min. A major drawback, at least for me, is also one of the phones big selling points... Android. A Google account is required to setup the phone and use it. Since this is a desk phone, which needs to be convenient to use, setting a passcode lock on it is just not reasonable, meaning, all of your Google Mail, docs, etc, is fully accessible to anyone who walks up to your desk. (Use a separate account for the Phone.) Next up is the touchscreen. It's great for being able to use apps like Skype and having a calculator handy, but using the keyboard while the device is sitting on the desk is awkward and slow at best. The Android (Back, Home, and Multitask) buttons interfere with the Phone's on screen buttons. And even using the dial pad to dial phone numbers is cumbersome, as the touch is not always recognized. Dialing is prone to errors. The contact list might be handy, except again, since I have to use a separate Google account, I'm unable to sync these, and since corporate policy requires passcodes be set, I'm not able to sync with my corporate directory either. The phone has some good features, but needs some improvement to allow for a more secure, and easy to use end user experience. I feel like a cell phone with a softphone app (such as from RingCentral), and a desktop dock would actually be a more usable setup.
    Date published: 2017-05-31
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