How to Take a Picture or Video on Your Sonim XP8 | AT&T Wireless

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AT&T and Sonim recently announced they will soon launch the world's toughest smartphone, the XP8. Although the ultra-rugged handset is already available for purchase for $699.99 or $23.34 per month, the Sonim XP8 won't ship until April 30.

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Sonim XP8 Official Full Specifications, Price and Sales Details

Here is the Sonim XP8 Smartphone Official Look with Full Specifications, Price, Sales Details and more… We don't often see much into the world of ultra-rugged smartphones and tablets as "normal" consumers, though we catch glimpses from time to time from the likes of CAT and such. These devices take many steps beyond the Galaxy S Active series in terms of durability. Since AT&T seems to be fond of these phones, it and Sonim have announced the XP8 for use on FirstNet. This phone looks like one solid piece of technology and, despite its middling specifications, it will cost a whopping $699. Obviously, the XP8 is not designed to be a top-tier flagship device; it's meant to be a durable, reliable phone for first responders and other public safety workers (though, how hard would it have been to include the almost seven-month-old Oreo?). It sports a puncture-resistant touchscreen (that works while wet and with gloves), IP68/69 and MIL-STD-810 ratings, peripheral attachments, a 100dB+ speaker, and a push-to-talk SOS mode. The XP8 can also access the special Band 14, a spectrum that was licensed by the AT&T-backed First Responder Network Authority. Sonim claims that the massive 4,900mAh battery will last for 35 hours of talk time or 600 hours of standby. The XP8 is one of the few phones that is more than its spec sheet, according to the marketing materials. $699, or $23.34 per month, is a bit steep, though I imagine there will probably be a bulk discount for some institutions. Source: / What do you guys think of this Sonim XP8 Smartphone? Do let us know in the comment section below and stay tuned to TechSole Blog for More. Note: We cannot guarantee that the information on this Video is 100% Correct. Subscribe: Thanks for watching #SonimXP8 Connect with us: - Facebook page: - Twitter: - _________________ ✖ Tags: techsole, techsole blog, sonim xp8, sonim us, sonim xp8 official launch, smartphone full specifications, sonim xp8 full specifications, sonim xp8 first look, sonim xp8 price, sonim xp8 release date, sonim xp8 unboxing and review, sonim xp8 official video, sonim xp8 hands on, sonim latest smartphone, top 10 smartphone in 2018, upcoming smartphone in 2018, best smartphone in 2018, tech news, latest smartphone launched, sonim xp8 launched in us _________________ ♪ Music Copyright Giraffe Squad - Wait For Me Song: Giraffe Squad - Wait For Me [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Video Link: Download/Stream: Music provided by No Copyright Songs Music:

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Learn how to take a picture or video, use the front and rear cameras, and switch between camera and video modes on the Sonim XP8. Learn more at:

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How to Take a Picture or Video on Your Sonim XP8 | AT&T Wireless

Take a Picture or Video: Take a Picture.
From the home screen, select the Camera app.
Alternately, you can also access the camera
from the lock screen by swiping the Camera icon up.
You can also open the Camera app quickly by pressing the Power button twice.
To cycle through the camera's flash options, select the Flash icon.
To switch between the rear-facing camera and the front-facing camera, select the Switch Camera icon.
Select the Menu icon to take a picture with different camera modes.
Swipe left to view more camera modes.
To take a picture, select the Capture icon.
To take a screenshot, press and hold the Volume Down and Power/Lock buttons simultaneously.
Take a Video.
To take a video, from the Camera app, select the Record icon.
To capture a still picture while recording a video, select the Capture icon.
Select the Pause icon to pause recording.
Select the Record icon to continue recording.
Select the Stop icon to stop recording.
Videos will automatically be saved to your Gallery.
Access, Edit & Share a Picture or Video.
To view, edit, and share pictures or videos, from the home screen, swipe left, then select the Photos app.
Select the desired content to view.
To share a photo or video, select the Share icon.
Follow the prompts to share the photo or video.
To edit a photo or video, select the Edit icon.
Edit as desired, then select "Save"

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