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Sonim XP3 Enduro, a rugged cell phone that goes underwater

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Sonim XP3 Enduro, a rugged cell phone that goes underwaterSonim Technologies announced a couple of days ago that their family of rugged phones will extend with their latest addition, which will be known under the name of the Sonim XP3 Enduro. The device is said to be the successor of XP1, but maybe more important than this, the phone is also claimed to be one of the toughest GSM phones that are now available on the market.

The Sonim XP3 is an indestructible cell phone, as tough as a mobile phone can get, and can withstand more shocks and drops than its predecessor. More than that, the handset can be fully submersed for 30 minutes up to a meter deep. Not to mention the fact that the device is also certified to behave itself when it comes to a drop to concrete from as high as 2 meters. Pretty good, right?

The XP3 features an IP-57 protection rating and is also equipped with a 810F Military grade rating for salt, fog, humidity, transport and thermal shock. Redefining the term “rugged”, the phone’s buttons (the keyboard, more precisely) is meant to function very well, even beyond 500,000 pushes. The Sonim XP3 was designed to be capable of operating as long as it’s needed, if the temperatures are somewhere between -20C and +60.
Sonim XP3 Enduro, a rugged cell phone that goes underwaterThis rugged cell phone comes equipped with 1180 mAh battery, which is more powerful than the one of the previous Sonim handset, and with another important feature, which is the option to synchronize the phonebook with MS Outlook. This is one option you couldn’t find on the XP1 and that is now available!

You must admit that Sonim XP3 isn’t a very “rich” device, as far as the features are concerned, taking into consideration the fact that they are modest in comparison with ones of a regular phone. Still, they’re satisfactory for a rugged handset. Therefore, it has tri-band GSM/GPRS connectivity (900/1800/1900 MHz), a 128x160 pixels display with 65k colors, 3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth 1.2 and WAP 2.0. Measuring 118.8 x 56.3 x 24.6 millimeters and weighing 140 grams, the device provides up to 220 hours of stand-by time and up to 5.5 hours of talk-time.

The Sonim XP3 is expected to be released in the near future, meaning November 2008, in European countries like Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands and the UK. The price is estimated at approximately 290 euro (around $370) after taxes and subsidies. On the other hand, rumors say that, right in time for the Christmas holiday, Vodafone UK will make this device available, so that the new rugged cell phone will be yours for free if you get yourself a contract agreement.


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