Rated 3.1 out of 5 based off 74 ratings

$89.00 View Price

Brand Sonim
Model Name XP6
Operating System Android
Cellular Technology 4G
Memory Storage Capacity 8 GB
Connectivity Technology Wireless
Color Black
Screen Size 2.64 Inches
Wireless network technology LTE
Connector Type 3.5mm Jack
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  • Do I need a sim card?: Yes, Since this device is unlocked it will work on any GSM Network with a MICRO size SIM Card (NOT included) and you will need to contact your Network Provider to acquire your complimentary Sim card (Generally Free with activation).
  • Unboxing Experience Recap: Well the XP6 is a Major Solid push-to-talk Flagship in the Military Speck Rugged Smartphone category, This Phone has an extremely Loud Speaker and speakerphone. 19 mm loudspeaker with Gore protective vents, output up to 103
  • What Networks will support this device: The supported Technologies are GSM, HSPA, LTE HSDPA 850 900 1800 1900 2100. 4G LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 17(700) and have the ability to roam on LTE in many countries,
  • How long will the battery last: The battery is a NON-Removable 4800mAh which in a Usage time frame means 40 solid hours of streaming at 4G LTE speeds as well it has a Standby time of up to 1080 hours before you need to recharge It really can last for days.
  • What does Unlocked Mean: Unlocked devices are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as select Prepaid GSM SIM cards it's always best to contact them prior to purchase to confirm their support on the bands supported by this device.


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From the manufacturer

Smart Is The New Rugged

The Sonim XP6 is an essentail component of Sonim’s Mission Critical Solution. This ultra- rugged, LTE/WiFi/Android smartphone is outfitted with features such as a touch screen that can be viewed in direct sunlight as well as a numeric keypad that can be easily used with gloves.

An extra loud speaker, noise cancellation, powerful battery, resistance to drops and water and a 3-year comprehensive warranty are just some features of the XP6 that provide peace of mind to enterprises and workers alike.

Access to vertical enterprise worker safety and productivity applications as well as a full suite of industrial-grade accessories completes the solution. In extreme and often dangerous working environments where every step is critical, you don’t settle for less than the best – Sonim XP6.

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Long Battery Life

Continuous use for back-to-back work shifts

Shock/Vibration Resistant

Withstands sudden shocks of up to 30 G and vibrations from 5 Hz to 500 Hz

Glove Usability

Keys can be used with heavy work gloves

Temperature Resistant

Fully operational from -20° C to 55° C

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Powerful Audio

103 dB speaker performance and noise cancellation

Resistant To Extreme Pressure

Withstands up to a ton of metric pressure

Protection from Micro Particle

Rated IP 68 – completely sealed against the intrusion of micro particles

Puncture Resistant

Hardened rubber molded housing can withstand up to 4 Joules of impact energy, the Corning Gorilla Glass screen can withstand impacts of up to 2 Joules.

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Rated IP 68 for complete submergibility in water, up to 2 meters for 30 minutes Rated IP 69 for resistance to high temperature pressure wash

Resistant To Oils and Chemical

Resistant to petroleum oils and the corrosive nature of cleaning solvents

Drop/Impact Resistant

Resistant to 2 meters drops onto concrete from any angle

3-year Comprehensive Warranty

Covering even accidental damage

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Memory 8 GB Internal storage/1 GB RAM User memory: 4GB
Multimedia Audio Formats MP3, WMA 9, AAC, ACC+, eAAC+, AMR-NB/WB - Video Formats Support AVI, MP4, 3GPP - Media Player Android native + GMS
Camera 5 MP fixed focus
Dedicated Keys PTT key, Alarm key, Power key

The XP6 is powered by a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and 1GB RAM. That's a pretty standard setup that yields predictably midrange results—system navigation is smooth and apps launch with alacrity. Even graphically intensive games like Asphalt 8 play smoothly, thanks to the low-resolution display compared with other Snapdragon 400 devices. The problem is that you probably won't be doing much gaming or even using many apps depending on their layout and text content. Like all Sonim products, the XP6 is an absolute brick of a device, covered in a combination of molded rubber bumpers and hard matte plastics. The phone's silhouette closely follows that of the XP7, with a protruding combination antenna and speaker on the top right corner. This is a substantial handset at 5.39 by 2.54 by 0.81 inches (HWD) and a massive 9.52 ounces. It looks like it belongs on a construction site. Around its perimeter, you'll find a whole host of rubberized buttons, including Volume, Power, and Push-to-Talk, while the 3.5mm headphone jack is covered by an easily opened flap. On the bottom, you'll find the proprietary charging port that magnetically connects with the included cable. It's convenient for charging without fiddling with port covers, but the non-standard connector means you're dependent on that single included cable (And replacement cables cost $30.) The XP6 is a throwback, sporting a comparatively tiny 2.64-inch display above the once-familiar numerical keypad. There are also physical buttons for Android navigation below the screen, but instead of the standard Recent Apps button, you have a more dated Menu button. The Call End button acts as a screen wake button, which is much more convenient than the awkwardly placed power button on the left edge. All the numerical buttons felt exceedingly springy and delivered excellent feedback—they're a bit tightly arranged, but using the XP6 with moderately thick gloves is doable.

Product Reviews:

Crane Sandston
5.0 out of 5 stars

How to turn off the green "Notification" light.
Reviewed in the United States ?? on May 26, 2021

Verified Purchase
Go to Settings, Display, Notifications, and enable the light.
Have somebody text you, or go online with a computer and use a free text message site to text yourself.
When the text is received, your green Notification Light will flash.
Put your finger at the top center of the screen and swipe down - not too fast.
You will see any missed calls or messages on the list. (Notification Panel Settings screen). Being careful to save the text message that you sent yourself, use the check boxes and the menu key to clear all others on the list.
Open the text that you sent yourself, then close it and return to the Home screen. The green light is now off! This is actually explained on Page 21 of the owners manual, but is not labelled or indexed. I purchased mine through Amazon and it is working on the AT&T 4G network. I love it!!
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Daniel Powers
3.0 out of 5 stars

Rugged phone
Reviewed in the United States ?? on July 24, 2020

Verified Purchase
The phone was difficult to use. The ad said it came with a SIMS card, which it didn’t. I really never got to use the phone other than to turn it on and try texting which was very difficult because it uses a regular Numeric hard key pad. So you have to use the same keys for numbers and letters. Which for me was very difficult. I do think that the phone was well built, rugged and would be great to use just as a phone but not for texting and the internet. Hope this helps
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Lionel LaGrow
3.0 out of 5 stars

Is NOT compatible with AT&T Nor T-Mobile in USA
Reviewed in the United States ?? on June 7, 2021

Verified Purchase
They have both switched their networks to only support 4G LTE HD+ and above. This phone is the old LTE standard that operates off the 3G towers that are no longer in service. Which is rather unfortunate as it is otherwise and incredibly nice phone.
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7 people found this helpful

5.0 out of 5 stars

Love the strong quality
Reviewed in the United States ?? on May 22, 2022

Verified Purchase
Phone quality is good i buy this phone to use and rural areas pick signal where any other phones I ever use on this areas
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4.0 out of 5 stars

like the phone , would not work with my service.
Reviewed in the United States ?? on October 11, 2021

Verified Purchase
like the style of phone , just would not work with my service.
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1.0 out of 5 stars

It's a Scam! Its a 3G phone with No SIM Card Inside!
Reviewed in the United States ?? on October 15, 2021

Verified Purchase
Received mine. Yes, its a new phone, with AT & T logos on the box and phone.
Just got off the phone with AT & T. THIS IS A 3G PHONE!
And, there was no SIM card inside as advertised.
UPDATE Jan 2022: Be aware AT & T's website STILL lists the XP6(6700) on their website as a 4G phone even AFTER I brought it to their attention that it is not. My local AT & T store said that any phone that requires the larger (micro, not nano) SIM card, as this one does, cannot be a 4G phone.
Please only buy this if you want a 3G phone.
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9 people found this helpful

Kelli Smith
1.0 out of 5 stars

Warning This Phone is a 3 G
Reviewed in the United States ?? on December 4, 2021

Verified Purchase
Warning This Phone the XP^ is a 3 G NOT a 4 G
This phone cannot be services by ATT and T or other carriers who have already discontinued 3 G
Most all carriers will soon be discontinuing 3 G so...............you'll have this phone but NO carrier for services as 3 G is soon obsolete.
I feel obviously I have been scammed
I was aware of the 3 G issue and carefully selected this phone the XP6 due to the blatant lie that it a 4 G
Please do not get scammed like I did
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1.0 out of 5 stars