Sonim was at CES 2010, too, and it announced the Sonim XP3.2 Quest Pro, presented by the company as “the toughest phone available with an IP67 rating.”
The new rugged handset is obviously dustproof and waterproof (dishwasher safe, too?), and it comes with a scratch and smash resistant Gorilla Glass Lens that protect its display. It’s also MIL-810G certified for resistance to shock, humidity, heat and salt.
Sonim XP3.2 features GPS, push-to-talk, FM radio, Opera Mini, SonimMail, Bluetooth, Java applications, MicroSD card slot (up to 2GB), 2MP camera, flashlight, and a battery that can provide up to 18 hours of talk-time.
The Sonim XP3.2 Quest Pro starts shipping in the US “immediately”. It’s compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile and can be bought via T-Mobile business partner sales channels, Amazon, BestBuy, and several rural carriers (like Centennial Wireless and Cincinnati Bell). The phone is unlocked, costs $499 and has a 3-yr “unconditional” guarantee.
Via Press release
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