Sprint has announced the latest addition to its Direct Connect Push-To-Talk portfolio of phones, the Sonim XP Strike. This is the first Sonim phone to be sold by Sprint, and, like all the other offerings from the same company, it’s extremely rugged.
The Sonim XP Strike adheres to military standard 810G, being able to withstand 6.5-foot drops to concrete, and can also be immersed in two-meter deep water for 30 minutes without incident. Additionally, it can withstand rain, salt, fog, vibration, shock, and dust. It comes with a three-year warranty that covers accidental damage, and is being offered by Sprint starting today for $129.99 (after a $50 mail-in rebate) with a new two-year contract.
Alongside its rugged features, the Sonim XP Strike also comes with a 2 MP camera with LED flash, Bluetooth, an FM radio, GPS, and microSD card support. It’s compatible with all of Sprint’s Direct Connect services.
Via Phone Scoop
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