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Cat S31 is a smartphone that is built to last

by – on September 7th, 2017

Now here is a smartphone that those who have butterfingers are able to identify with — the Cat S31. What makes the Cat S31 so special? For starters, this is a rugged and resilient smartphone that comes packed to the brim in order to enable it to face harsh environments, or great adventures outdoors. Either way, it does not matter, as it will continue to work just fine.

 Key hardware specifications of the Cat S31 include a 4.7-inch 720p High Definition display that has been specially optimized for use outdoors, and its touchscreen can also be used if your fingers are wet or if it is really cold and you’ve a pair of gloves on. 2GB of RAM will be accompanied by 16GB of internal memory, which can be further augmented by a microSD memory card.A quad-core 1.3GHz Snapdragon chipset from Qualcomm will keep things running, while the 8MP camera at the back should be adequate for everyday use, with a 2MP front-facing camera being available for selfies. Running on Android Nougat, we are not quite sure whether it is going to receive the Android Oreo update or not. A 4,000mAh battery will be able to provide you with more than enough juice to last throughout the day.

Now, the big question is, just how large is it? It is ideal for all sorts of situations, including construction, agriculture, security, and vehicle repair, or for one to indulge in activities such as hiking, fishing, and biking. The casing is rated at IP68 waterproof, where it is also dust resistant and drop proof, allowing you to drop it to 1.8m onto concrete without breaking into a sweat. This MIL SPEC 810G phone has also been waterproof tested to remain submerged up to 1.2 meters of water for as long as 35 minutes, and is full well capable of handling thermal shocks, too. This is definitely a smartphone from Cat that is worthy of its name, like its predecessors.

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