Like Samsung and Google though Caterpillar is not recognized brand in the world of smartphones it knows how to built rugged smartphones. Infact it has identified its name in the rugged smartphone offerings.
The company has launched CAT S41 smartphone with the tough body. The phone can be dropped onto concrete from 5 feet 9 inches and has the ability to bear intense heat and cold.
Talking about the new CAT rugged phones we have the list and these phones have been really useful to the people who have to work in rainy season and construction sites. The rugged mobiles phones list includes Caterpillar Cat S60, Caterpillar Cat S40, Ulefone Armor, Kyocera Brigadier for Verizon Wireless, Samsung Galaxy Active for AT&T.
CAT S41 smartphone is packed with 5000 mAh battery offering 38 hours of talk time and 44 hours of standby time. The phone can also be used as a power bank to charge the phones and USB devices. The 5-inch HD display has been built with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 coating on top and has been optimized to be used with wet fingers and gloves. We notice 2.3 GHz processor coupled with 3 GB of RAM. It has an internal storage of 32 GB (around 22 GB user available), which can be expandable up to 2 TB through the microSD card slot.
The thing that little disappointing is the device runs on Android Nought though we already have Android Oreo trending in the market.
The phone has been certified with IP68 ratings, which means the phone has been tested as waterproof and can resist up to 2 meters of depth in the water and can for a duration of 60 minutes.