This new Samsung Galaxy S6 phone meets ‘military standards’ of durability

The Samsung phone meets military standards of durability? This is a phone I think I need to get as my daily routine probably emulates what the military does as far as the treatment of the phone goes. Sweet!

Samsung has unveiled a new durable and waterproof version of its flagship S6 smartphone.

The phone — launched as the world waited for Apple’s big Worldwide Developers Conference event — features all of the insides of the normal S6, but packs them into a much more robust and slightly bigger body. The phone is dustproof and water-resistant, features a special activity app, and is “built for adventure,” according to Samsung.

The phone was unveiled on the website of American phone network AT&T. The company didn’t specify prices and said only that the phone was “coming soon”.

The phone had been rumoured for some time and Samsung and follows a similar pattern to the last flagship phone, the Galaxy S5, which also got an Active version.

Like the normal S6, the phone features a 16 megapixel rear camera and a big 5.1” quad HD screen. It has wireless charging and a 3,500 mAh battery.

The durable body features outdoors-y looking screwed edges, and comes in a light and dark version with a digital camouflage look.


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