GUINNESS WORLD RECORD FOR HIGHEST MOBILE PHONE DROP
“The Sonim XP5520 BOLT with Bell PTT is the perfect device to face the rigors of Canada’s most challenging work environments,” said Bob Plaschke, CEO of Sonim Technologies. “With industry-leading coverage and Push-to-talk performance, faster data speeds and lower total cost of ownership, the easy-to-use Sonim XP5520 BOLT on Bell PTT is designed to keep workers safe, connected and focussed on their task at hand.”
The Sonim XP5520 BOLT is built on the same ultra-rugged platform that holds the Guinness World Record for the toughest phone. Way beyond military MIL-SPEC standards, the XP5520 BOLT is fully submersible to 2 meters under water, specified to handle 2 meter drops onto concrete, resistant to extreme temperatures, has a screen protected by impact and scratch resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass and is completely dust proof.
The XP5520 BOLT enables calls under the worst conditions. The phone features strong antenna performance, extended talk time of 12 hours, active noise cancelation and enhanced audio with a 23mm speaker protected by a GORE™ Protective Vent. Superior worker safety is also provided by enterprise-class GPS, navigation by Telenav, and a bright LED torch light, doubling as a flash for the 2 MP camera with video capture.
“Bell PTT is the next generation of Push-to-talk and we are proud to introduce this world-leading network and devices like the Sonim XP5520 BOLT to Canada,” said Wade Oosterman, President of Bell Mobility. “Coupled with Bell PTT coverage nearly twice that of competing services and faster PTT data speeds than any before, the unbeatable durability and rugged performance of the Sonim XP5520 BOLT means instant communication just got better.”