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The XP3 Quest isn't pretty, but it can take a lot of blows.
The XP3 has thick sides and a tough skin. The display is relatively bright and the controls are tactile.
The battery cover of the XP3 is secured with small screws.
On the XP3's right spine you'll find the sturdy volume controls and camera shutter.
The XP3 Quest's raised navigation controls and keypad buttons have a comfortable feel.
The XP3 is a tad weighty, but it feels solid and durable.
The XP3 is a very tight fit in most pockets.
The XP3's speaker, camera lens, and flash sit on its rear side. Here you have a closer look of the screws.
The XP3's micro-USB/charger port and 2.5mm headset jack sit on its bottom end behind a rubber flap.