Rated 3.1 out of 5 based off 74 ratings
|Memory Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Screen Size||2.64 Inches|
|Wireless network technology||LTE|
|Connector Type||3.5mm Jack|
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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.
Long Battery Life
Continuous use for back-to-back work shifts
Withstands sudden shocks of up to 30 G and vibrations from 5 Hz to 500 Hz
Keys can be used with heavy work gloves
Fully operational from -20° C to 55° C
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
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.
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
Resistant to 2 meters drops onto concrete from any angle
3-year Comprehensive Warranty
Covering even accidental damage
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.