C Spire offers Sonim XP 3400 Armor ultra-rugged mobile phone
Do you own a pair of hands that suffer from a particularly bad bout of butterfingers? If the answer is in the affirmative, then you might want to look into what C Spire has in store for folks like you (and me, I’ve dropped my phone a fair number of times, only to to break the display of my HTC Desire S most recently), in the form of the Sonim XP 3400 Armor ultra-rugged mobile phone. Yes sir, this is an all-weather, all action handset that will be able to hang out in the toughest of environments, even when you start to wilt from all the hard labor and heat, the Sonim XP 3400 Armor will continue chugging on as usual.
Apart from being one tough cookie, this little puppy will also come with the speed and reliability of mobile broadband to offer a highly reliable lifeline for those who ply their trade in the harshest of environments, such as farmers, being on an oil rig, construction and utility workers, law enforcement, fire protection and other service industry employees. After receiving feedback from more than 500,000 users who perform difficult jobs in some of the most challenging conditions, Sonim engineers have come up with the XP 3400 Armor, where it has been engineered to exceed military-grade specifications for toughness.
Just how tough a nut is this to crack? It is completely dust-proof, is water submersible to 6.5 feet for up to an hour (!), and it has been tested to drop up to 6.5 feet of concrete without suffering a cracked display, thanks to a 1.5mm thick scratch and shock resistant Corning Gorilla glass lens that protects the bright, two-inch high-resolution display. Apart from that, the body of the XP 3400 Armor also boasts of a combination of hardened rubber molded into a reinforced fiberglass casing.
It is also certified against salt, fog, humidity, transport shock, thermal shock and operates in temperatures ranging from -5° F to 130° F. No longer must your heart suffer from a shock whenever you drop the office supplied phone – heck, dropping this into the porcelain throne is not an issue, you just need to gather the guts to pick it up and remove it from all the murky water. Other hardware specifications include a 2-megapixel camera with extra bright LED flash and video recording, an omni-directional, noise-cancelling microphone, a microSD memory card slot, an integrated FM radio, a media player and widely spaced keys. Expect it to retail for just $49.99 after a $50 reward card and agreeing to a new two-year contract.