CAT S41 Smartphone

Sep 6, 2017

Category: Tech

While Apple and Samsung are having an ongoing battle over whose delicate smartphone can weather light splashes of water and a vigorous shake, CAT has been quietly standing on their own, creating some of the absolute toughest and most capable smartphones on the market. Case in point: their new S41 Smartphone that’s just been released.

Boasting a Gorilla Glass-protected touchscreen, dust-proofing, a whopping 1.8 meter drop-proof rating, and waterproofing that can survive full submergence up to 2 meters underwater for up to an hour – this beastly phone beats out the competition by a long shot. And that’s not saying anything of its performance, which includes a 5000mAh lithium-ion battery capable of up to 38-hours of straight 3G talk time and battery sharing, up to 4G service compatibility, a 5″ IPS display, 1080p video recording, a 13MP main and 8MP front-facing camera, and more. And you can have it all for just $520.

Purchase: $520

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