The United State’s second largest carrier, AT&T, has announced that they will exclusively carry the ultra-rugged Sonim XP6.

Sonim is the industry leader in manufacturing mobile phones that can handle tough and harsh work conditions. Their newest phone, the XP6, comes with IP68 certification for water immersion and IP69 for water spray. That means the device can withstand water up to three meters for thirty minutes.

The device which is backed by a three-year warranty, features a touch display that can be seen clearly in bright outdoor conditions and can withstand an impact force of two joules. Along with the extra tough display comes an extra loud speaker, that reaches 103db, for two-way communication on the job and a massive 4800 mAh battery.

Sonim XP6

Sonim has also created their own 12 Rugged Performance Standards that surpass basic MIL-Spec and IP certifications to ensure this device can handle its own. The XP6 can handle drops from 2 meters and can withstand force from more than one ton of metric pressure.

The XP6 is available for $0 down and $17.50 per month with an AT&T Next 24 month agreement;$0 down at $21.88 per month with an AT&T Next 18 month agreement; $0 down at $26.25 per month with an AT&T Next 12 month agreement; $149.99 with two-year contract; or it is available to purchase outright at $524.99.

The specs can be seen below.

Screen Size 2.63 inches
Dimensions and Weight 137 x 64.5 x 20.5 mm | 270 grams
Screen Resolution 320 x 432 (203 ppi)
Processor 1.2 GHz Snapdragon 400 – quad-core
Camera 5 megapixels (rear)
ROM 8 GB expandable
Battery 4,800 mAh
Operating System Android 4.4 KitKat
Durability Waterproof/dust resistant (IP 68) Water spray (IP 69)


Source AT&T and Sonim

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  1. Sonim is the ultimate rugged device brand and features unparalleled customer service. I would love to see this device in stores in Germany for Christmas 2014. One word: Awesome!

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