Despite some design flaws, Sonim's new XP3300 Force is a cut above previous rugged models.
Sonim is known for its rubberized, rough 'n' tumble cell phones, and the XP3300 Force is its toughest effort yet.
Sonim's rugged line of military-grade phones grows by one. The XP3300 Force ticks on all day.
Sonim's latest cell phone arrives at Mobile World Congress. It's durable as ever, but it adds new GPS features.
CNET editor Jessica Dolcourt takes on the Incredible Hulk of cell phones in a durability test, and wins. Maybe.
There are few cell phones you can leave in water and smash to the ground. The Sonim XP3300 Force is so far one of them.
The Sonim XP3300 Force ruggedized phone goes up against its toughest foe yet, the "Will it Blend?" Blendtec blender. It takes its punishment and returns to ring another day.
The Sonim XP3300 Force handset promises nearly a day of talktime and an 'ultra-rugged' design that laughs in the face of big drops, antifreeze and, er, concrete.
Sonim's new phones may look just like the old brood, but there are slight differences, like support for NFC and push-to-talk.
Though Sonim's ultra-durable phones have been around for years, the Armor XP3400 is the first model to land at a U.S. carrier.