Dustproof, able to withstand drops from 7m and function in temperatures ranging from -50C to 60C, the X3 will probably endure the abuses of even the worst mobile phone owners. Little else is known about the phone for now, except that it will cost $US270 and start selling next month. [GSM Arena via Born Rich]
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