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Sonim XP STRIKE Review & Specs

Sonim XP STRIKE is a modest Brew Mobile Platform cellphone released back in the year 2012, which counts with a 2 mega-pixels back camera.

This phone is a little thick compared to current phones, being as thick as 0.98″. This time, Sonim totally forgot about weight optimization, releasing a 6.52 ounces heavyweight product.

Sonim equipped this cellphone with a poor display, and a resolution of 320 x 240 (QVGA), losing a lot of details in pictures and videos.

The Sonim XP STRIKE doesn’t have a sim card, because it’s not a GSM enabled phone and it can work with CDMA networks.

The Sonim XP STRIKE has only a 2 MP back camera. This camera also has flash and geo tagging.

This cellphone features a 1950 mAh medium capacity battery that can keep this device running for many hours, although you will probably find yourself looking for a place to charge it after some moderate to heavy usage.

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Device Type:Phone
Operating System (OS):Brew Mobile Platform Brew MP
Dimensions:4.95 x 2.30 x 0.98 inches
Weight:6.52 ounces
Release date:2012-12-19


Resolution:240 x 320 pixels (QVGA)
Pixel density:100 pixels per inch
Touch screen:No


RAM Memory:256 MB
SD Card Slot:microSD


Capacity:1950 mAh
Talk Time:9.5 hours


Back camera:2 megapixels
Camera features:Geo Tagging


CDMA Bands:800, 1900
Technologies:EV-DO A and CDMA

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