Samsung and AT&T caters to your rugged lifestyle with the Galaxy S6 Active
It is common knowledge that the S6 is anything but rugged. It’s gorgeously sleek, but looks too refined and helpless against clumsiness and continued harsh use and abuse. If you’re one whose unpolished lifestyle makes your phone suffer, then Samsung and AT&T have just the smartphone for you – the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active.
Unlike its flagship brother, the S6, the Active variant comes stripped of all sexiness, is slightly bigger and packs more body brawn. It boasts of a high water resistance rating that renders it impenetrable up to about half an hour in a 1.5-meter pool and is impervious to extreme temperature, high altitude, humidity, and dust.
Performance-wise, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active’s specs are pretty much identical to that of its slimmer sibling: a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED Quad HD display, an octa-core 64-bit processor, 32 GB internal storage, cams with 5MP (front) and 16MP (rear), all brought to life by a 3,500 mAh battery.
AT&T presents the Galaxy S6 Active in a couple of cool camo color options: one that comes in gray and white tones and another in navy blue and black tones. There is a gray option for those who don’t dig camo. At the moment, the S6 Active is ready for picking with a price pegged at $695, payable in 3 installments which amounts depend on your chosen Next plan.
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