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Sonim XP3

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