Sonim XP5 Reviews

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The Sonim XP5 has an average user review score of 3 Stars out of 5 based on 4 reviews.

3 Stars out of 5

Dictionary isn't great

Reviewed on Monday June 27, 2016 by , Vancouver, bc
If you want to write any words that might be even somewhat offensive or totally offensive you are SOL, (which isn't a word you can write with the xp5 btw.) sh*t fu*ck a$s? Nope. not even if you add these words to the custom dictionary will you be able to type them. Other words you won't find on an xp5? Do. Yes the word do. If you try and write the word do in the middle of a sentence do you think it will work? Do you? Nope. The dictionary and how it works is frustrating.
5 Stars out of 5


Reviewed on Wednesday March 23, 2016 by , British Columbia
This phone is awesome, very loud & clear. The reception is really good. Simple easy to use. Great to use as a modem for my laptop good high speed data. Worry free very well built. Only wish Sonim would make some upgradeable apps for the XP5700.
0 Stars out of 5

poor sound volume

Reviewed on Wednesday January 20, 2016 by , 29 Court Drive Paris Ontario Canada
very hard phone to find your way around on the directions you download from internet are very poor and inacurrate, the sound volume on the phone is very poor even when you set it to the loudest possible ,it needs to be better sound for us people that have hearing problems.I was sold a wrong bill of goods when I bought this phone very very hard to navigate your way around I would not recommend this sonim xp5 phone
4 Stars out of 5

Durable is too weak a word.

Reviewed on Saturday December 5, 2015 by , Medford, OK
I work in the Oilfield, and until i got this phone, i was going through more phones than most do in their entire life. 17 to be exact, including phones in Otterboxes and the Samsung Rugby series of flip and smartphones. all were broken in less than a month. some by moisture, by impact, and one busted into many pieces from a 16 ft drop (the Samsung Rugby Pro Smartphone).
While it doesnt have the nice fancy featurs that a smart phone does, it does hold its own weight, its speaker is loud enough that i can hear my guys on the noisiest of days and its easy to use.