Sonim X2 Spirit is the World’s Toughest Phone? – Video Within

I don’t know about you. After watching the video, I think Sonim X2 Spirit is the toughest phone I have seen. It can withstand nails, hammer, drop test. In fact, I guess you can use it as a hammer. It is that tough. For the adventurers out there, this should be the phone that you would like to have it. Sonim has a range of other models. However, all of them are in candy bar shape. Video of Sonim X2 Spirit going through the tough tests from 8 tech reports after the break.

The ruggedization specs are quite incredible for this phone. It is using BREW as the main OS. It comes with 3 years unconditional guarantee


  • Highly scratch and impact resistant screen (Gorilla Glass)
  • Certified IP 67, impervious to water and micro particles
  • Certified MIL Spec 810G including Thermal shock, Extreme temperatures, Transport shock, Solar radiation and Salt water
  • RPS certified (including rated to 2.0 m drop to concrete from any angle, Operational range -20°C to + 55°C and Keypad buttons tested to 850,000 pushes)
  • Unique octagonal design for wider distribution of impact area
  • Core components
    • Housing: dual injected hardened rubber with mix of fiberglass and nylon
    • Internal frame: Magnesium for enhanced protection of vital components


  • BREW version 3.1.5 on Qualcomm MSM 6280 Chipset
  • Tri-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE 900, 1800, 1900 MHz, HSDPA 7.2 Mbps
  • Support for more than 12 languages
  • Bluetooth (1.2) with DUN, OPP, HSP, HFP, FTP, A2DP and AVRCP
  • WAP 2.0/1.2, XHTML
  • SMS capacity: up to 1000 messages
  • PC synchronization
  • Up to 40 MB of user memory
  • External flash memory: support for MicroSD max 8GB
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  • 1300 mAh Li-ion standard battery with up to 8 hours of talk time and 428 hours of standby time


  • One single 20mm diameter water proof speaker system
  • Omni-directional microphone
  • 58db signal-to-noise-ratio
  • Echo and noise canceling support
  • Supported audio formats: MP3, AMR, Midi, WAV, WMA, AAC, eAAC+
  • Supported video formats: MPEG4, H.264, 3GP

  • Standard services:
    • SMS
    • MMS (text, images, audio and video)
    • WAP 2.0 – XHTML
    • Polyphonic ring tone supported
    • Multimedia player
    • Measurement/currency converter
  • Sonim JAVA application manager
    • Opera mini 4.2
    • Sonim mail
    • Games
    • Nimbuzz
    • Mg maps


  • Mono BT Headset
    • Nokia BH209, Plantronics Voyager 510, Plantronics Explorer 520, Plantronics Explorer 370, Iqua, Jabra BT8049, Jabra JX10 series, Aliph Jawbone 2, Alih Jawbone, LG HBM-310, Sennheiser VMX 100, Nokia BH203, Motorola H500, Motorola H710
  • Stereo Headsets
    • Samsung ASBH500JBECXAR, Sony Ericson HBH-DS970, Nokia BH-501
  • BT Car Kits:
    • Blue Ant Supertooth light 2, Motorola T305


  • 3G, 7.2Mbps HSDPA
  • 2″ QVGA Display
  • Multimedia features
    • 3 MP camera with LED flash and dedicated camera key
    • 3MP video camera
    • Multimedia player
    • FM radio
    • MMS support (picture and video)
    • Email with IMAP4 POP3 support (yahoo, gmail etc.)
    • Web browser (WAP/XHTML)
  • LED torch
  • PC synch application
  • Micro SD slot (8GB maximum)


  • Dimensions: 130.7 x 59.7 x 21.7 mm
  • Weight: 180g
  • Certifications GCF/CE
  • 7 soft keys / 10 programmable short-cuts
  • 2.5mm Headset port
  • Micro USB 2.0 port for charging and PC sync
  • Coax Port for external RF antenna


  • Size: 2.0 inch (diagonal)
  • Resolution: QVGA (320 x 240 pixels)
  • Color depth: 262K
  • TFT technology
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Supported wallpaper image format: JPEG / BMP / WBMP / PNG
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  • Size: 2.0 inch (diagonal)
  • Resolution: QVGA (320 x 240 pixels)
  • Color depth: 262K
  • TFT technology
  • Ambient light sensor
  • Supported wallpaper image format: JPEG / BMP / WBMP / PNG


  • Electrical wall charger
  • Belt clip
  • Screwdriver
  • Wired headset
  • USB cable


  • Car charger

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