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Samsung's Galaxy S8 Active Arrives Exclusively at AT&T This Week
08 Agosto 2017, 10:44 | Bibiana Flor
As we mentioned previously, there is a USB Type-C port on both devices, along with a 3.5mm headphone jack. It will go on pre-order from tomorrow, August 8th. The smartphone will be officially released on August 11, 2017.
Oh, and by "everyone", Samsung means only AT&T customers. Only the phone is created to offer extra durability, longer battery life, and a few other changes. You can opt to either pay $28.34 for 30 months or $849.99 up front. The Galaxy S8 Active seems to be the rugged version of Galaxy S7 Edge but has a bigger battery and it is more durable. If you don't care about the Infinity Display that much, it shouldn't bother you. This is because the device has a shockproof housing. Unfortunately, it's non-removable. On than that, though, the Galaxy S8 Active inherits every other spec from its sibling including the company's virtual assistant - Bixby. You can see the chinkier design of the handset, as well as the 18:9 aspect ratio, though, bizarrely, it actually looks more like the LG G6 than the Galaxy S8.
Internal storage: The Galaxy S8 Active comes with 64GB of internal storage which is expandable by up to 256GB via a micro-SD card. It packs a 4,000mAh battery which comes with fast charging support and wireless charging support.
- The Galaxy S8 Active is Samsung's toughest Galaxy phone yet, it claims. But like the other Galaxy S Active phones, we're most interested in that battery.
Now, come to the dimensions and body of the device. Just as we expected, AT&T is asking around $850 for the Galaxy S8 Active. Designed around a metal frame with an improved, rugged structure, the device is shock-, shatter-, water-, and dust-resistant (IP68 certified). The shatterproof display can resist the fall from the height of 5 feet. This device has passed military specification (MIL-STD-810G) testing against a subset of 21 specific environmental conditions, including extreme temperature, dust, shock/vibration, and low pressure/high altitude.
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