If you are looking for a phone that doesn’t give you a heart break when you drop it from a significant height, Caterpillar’s latest release might comply with your specifications. Cat S50c is currently being offered by Verizon in the United States and later will be available in other parts of the world.
Unlike other smartphones created by Cat, the S50c will be the first to support 4G LTE connectivity. In the past, the other phones were limited to operating on 3G GSM networks. In addition to its quite aggressive appearance, it is worth noticing that the new Cat S50C is IP67 certified, which means it’s durable with Military Standard 810g—meaning it’s waterproof, dust proof, and ready for drops. Thus, although it would be advisable not to swim with it, you should feel safe if you drop it in a puddle.
In other news, s50c will be built around a 4.7 inch HD Panel that supports interaction with gloves and responds pretty well to commands even when it is wet. The performance is a combination of a processor clocked at 1.2 GHz, 1 GB RAM and 8GB of internal memory.
If necessary, you can easily expand the storage using a microSD card. The main camera is 8 Megapixels, and the 2630 mAh battery should be enough to keep you away from the charger during a day.