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You know that the Cat S61 is rugged the moment you pick it up. 

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On the back are the 16-megapixel camera, the thermal-imaging camera and a flash.

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The thermal-imaging camera finds heat spots, like those in a human head.

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After you take a photo, you can share it as much as you like.

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The bump on the top holds the thermal-imaging sensor.

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As the warning says, it's best not to look at the laser that can measure distance.

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A built-in air quality sensor will alert you when dangerous solvents, chemicals or other pollutants reach hazardous levels in the surrounding atmosphere.

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The Cat S61 isn't exactly thin, but its die-case frame is built to last.

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The rubbery build gives makes the Cat S61 easy to hold. The phone has a dustproof and waterproof covering, and it can withstand extreme temperatures.

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Use the slots on the side to insert your SIM and memory cards.

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The Cat S61 has a Full HD screen.

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It runs Android Oreo.

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