Sunday, September 4, 2011

Sonim XP3300 Force officially pronounced toughest phone ever (world record, toughest, review)

The manufacturer of super tough cell phones Sonim just got another record under its belt. The company's XP3300 Force has just entered the Guinness book of records after surviving a free fall from over 25 meters.

The exact height from which the Sonim XP3300 Force was dropped was 25.29 meters (82 ft 11.67 in) and the surface it hit was concrete so it really is some achievement. Of course, just dropping your phone from such height isn't enough to book you a place in the Guiness book - it needs to go through the whole thing without sustaining operational damage.

And just to put things into perspective - the previous record-holder in this category was held by the JCB tough phone (again, Sonim-made), which reached just 3.25 meters. Talk about progress here.

You can check out the incredible stunt, performed by the Sonim XP3300 Force for yourselves in the following video.


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