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Monday, September 5, 2011

Sonim XP3300 Force is officially the world's toughest phone

The Sonim XP3300 Force is officially the World's Toughest Mobile Phone according to Guinness World Records. It’s been dropped from 25 metres - around ten stories - onto concrete without any operational damage, pushing the 2008 JCB Toughphone out of the record book. A later attempt to reach 30 metres proved unsuccessful.

Bob Plaschke , CEO of Sonim Technologies, said “We wanted to stamp Sonim’s name on the World Record, confirming that the Sonim XP3300 Force is the toughest phone in the world. Most mobile phones are drop-tested to a metre, which just isn’t enough in extreme environments such as construction sites, oil rigs or in the forest. Establishing the Guinness World Record for highest mobile phone drop assures remote and tough workers that their Sonim phone is ‘fit for purpose’ and can withstand the daily knocks, drops and tumbles.”

Sonim’s XP3300 Force is an ultra-rugged handset that meets IP-68 and has a three year warranty.

Author: The Fonecast
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