Sonim XP8

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Ultra-rugged, ultra-smart and built to endure the most hazardous environments. The Sonim XP8 smartphone features intuitive controls and a responsive touchscreen perfect for gloved or wet fingers. A 4900 mAh battery keeps you going for up to 35 hours of talk time* while a 100 dB+ speaker makes it easy to hear in even the loudest workplaces. Stay in control with advanced productivity applications, Push-To-Talk and a dedicated red alert button for emergency conversations. Verizon is your destination for the hottest phones like the Sonim XP8, all on the nation's most awarded network.
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2.8/5

32 Reviews

36%

of reviewers recommend this product

Extremely "glitchy".

Special K - 8 days ago

The good: Phone is LOUD! Battery is awesome. Very heavy duty and sturdy. The bad: Extremely "glitchy" (often simply does whatever it wants with no user input). Button layout is very counter intuitive, for me anyway. Bottom line: I had the heavy duty phone, the one that starts with a "K", for several years and loved it. I wish I had bought that same phone again. If your on the fence with this one and the other one ("K"), avoid the Sonim. The Sonim drives me up the wall on a daily basis.

Good phone if it would do 5G

Chief jr - 8 days ago

A really nice phone we have I believe 20 of these right now on 4G with verizon. But since the last update verizon sent out on these phones they suck. Or I should say the update sucked. So now we are talking with AT&T AND sprint they already have these working on 5G and slot better that verizon

*Based on average battery life under typical usage conditions. Average expected performance based on typical use. Actual battery life depends on factors such as network, features selected, frequency of calls, and voice, data, and other application usage patterns. Results may vary.