Although many smartphone manufacturers make their products more durable than they used to be, they are still very delicate devices. Does it mean that you have settle for a basic phone if you work in difficult conditions? Of course not. Luckily for you, there are phones that are made to withstand hardhips. One of such phones has just landed at AT&T. The carrier is now selling rugged Sonim XP6 Android phone built for people in extreme environments.
Almost every smartphone is a little masterpiece with its unique design, specs and shiny case, but for sure is not durable. Take it with you on a hike and it may not even survive the trip. Drop it on a hard surface and it may shatter to pieces. Sink it in the water and is gone. If you need an indestructible device resistible to almost every imaginable danger, Sprint has a right model for you – the Sonim XP Strike IS. The handset is currently available at the carrier’s store for $599.99 with a 2-year service agreement. If you think that the price is a typo mistake, you must know the phone without contract costs $1099.99.
Sprint has announced the latest addition to its Direct Connect Push-To-Talk lineup, the Sonim XP Strike. The phone is the first Sonim device offered by Sprint and without doubt is one of the most strongest and resistant devices available on the market. The phone is available as of today for $129.99 on two-year contract after a $50 mail-in rebate through direct ship sales channels, including Sprint Stores, Business Sales, Telesales and Web Sales.