Yealink SIP-T53W Phone Review

The T53W is a sleek, industrial-designed phone that will lead any business further into the 21st century.

If you’re reading this, you’re probably shopping for a new office phone or at least considering it. Shopping for an office phone isn’t easy. There’s a lot to consider, like cost, features, VoIP, and more. 

The process is confusing.

If you are shopping for a new phone, don’t stop reading now. Yealink recently released a new phone: the SIP-T53W. It’s one of seven phone models explicitly designed for collaboration.

We’re very excited to share its unique features with you today and how it could be the right phone for you. 

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Who Benefits From The Yealink SIP-T53W Phone?

The T53W phone is a sleek, industrial-designed phone that will lead any business further into the 21st century. 

The T53W is ideal for entry-level work. However, the phone comes with exciting expansion modules, allowing your business to grow without needing a new phone soon.

The phone only has up to eight line keys. If your business is small and eight line keys are more than enough, the T53W phone could be right for you.

Let’s dive into the unique features that make the T53W phone special.

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Key Features And Benefits Of The T53W Phone

The introduction to VoIP has allowed phones to be more than phones. VoIP is definitely the choice for services because it enables phones to have incredible features. 

Without features, a phone is simply a phone. And that’s what some people want. But for business, you want features that will take your service to the next level. 

Here are the most outstanding features of the T53W:

Adjustable interface

A small but mighty feature of the T53W is the screen attached to the phone is adjustable. It accommodates the user at any angle, so there’s no leaning over to see who is calling. Between looking at a computer screen and navigating a phone cord, this feature is helpful for many office workers. 

Corded and cordless

A comfortable calling angle is huge for an office worker that sits for eight hours a day. The T53W phone not only helps with an adjustable interface but also a cordless option.

How often have you had to untangle yourself from your office phone while handling a client or colleague? The cordless option allows you to move about your space hassle-free.

HD Audio

The T53W model recognizes the importance of an easy user experience. The acoustic shield feature enables noise-proof technology for clear conversation unpolluted with background noise or loud echoes. 

The speakerphone also cancels out background noise. In addition, the speaker fine-tunes your voice, so you don’t have to shout at the other person on the line or worry about muffled voices. You can be sure your meeting will go smoothly. 

Fast and effective processor

The processor is the brain of your digital work phone. A phone processor translates all your actions into visual changes on the screen. With business phones switching to VoIP, the processor must be fast and reliable. 

The T53W phone features a quad-core processor. This means it has four cores that read and carry out CPU instructions. Each core works less to accomplish a task and ensures fast delivery of action and even battery life. 

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Integrated 5G WIFI

Combined WIFI means an opportunity for collaborative applications. You can carry your business calls with you. Or you can use the built-in Bluetooth feature. If you have a Teams call, Zoom, or Google meets call, you can do all that through the T53W. 

The most exciting feature of this phone is content sharing. You can plug into the USB port and share content, like reports, to multiple phones. 

The T53W phone comes with other features as well. These minor features include:

  • Wall-mountable
  • PoE support
  • USB ports
  • Essential call functions like call forwarding, hold, mute, speed dial, and call transfer
  • Expansion models 
  • Auto-provisioning

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Alternatives To The SIP-T53W Phone

As much as we love our phones at Yealink, not every phone is created equal. This is a good thing! Every business has unique needs, and a business phone is not a one-size-fits-all option.

If you don’t think the T53W is right for your business, let’s review some close alternatives:

Best cost-effective: Yealink MP54

The Yealink MP54 is only $229.00 and is perfect for those that don’t use an office phone often but need a reliable phone that’s guaranteed to do the job. This Android 9.0-powered Teams phone is perfect for common areas, and workers of co-working spaces.

Best Teams Phone: Yealink MP58

If your business uses Teams often and you want to stay ahead of the game, you want to check out the Yealink MP58. This phone has a fast response time, so you can bet there are no glitchy video conferences. The Yealink MP58 is for a clean-cut Teams experience. 

Best Teams Conference Phone: CP965 Teams Conference IP Phone

The Yealink CP965 | The "Black Box" offers a Best-in-class Audio Conference Experience. Inside the stunning appearance, a set of powerful technology and professional components are wrapped to boost the CP965 with outstanding audio performance.

We encourage you to look at Yealink’s alternative phone options to find the best phone for your office. There are dozens to fit your needs!

Final Thoughts On The SIP-T53W Phone

While it may seem like a lot, the SIP-T53W is a simple phone that works well for small businesses. The extra features help take your business to the next level and even help you run your business.

That’s what a great office phone does!

The SIP-T53W is excellent for entry-level businesses needing to upgrade their phone service. With the number of features available in this beginner phone, you can use it for a long time before needing to upgrade.

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