If you live a rough and tumble kind of lifestyle, the CAT S41 is a rugged phone with some genuinely interesting features.
First, this thing's built like a tank.
It's heavy, thick and is drop proof for up to 6 feet or 1.8 meters.
It's also fully waterproof.
You can dunk it for 6 1/2 feet or 2 meters for up to an hour.
Most phones don't last that long.
It's resistant to shock, dust, vibration, humidity, the whole shebang.
In fact, CAT is so confident in the phone's badassery that it included an underwater camera mode so you can snap shots with the phone fully submerged.
Most phones can't do that either reliably, even if they are water resistant.
And if you're wearing gloves no problem, the screen is sensitive enough to track your presses and swipes.
But maybe the best thing about this phone is that you can use its enormous [UNKNOWN] hour battery to charge another phone.
So say your buddy needs a top up and you have plenty to spare.
You can just put that phone up to this one and give it a little extra juice.
You can even set the limit so the other phone doesn't go all vampire like and suck down all of your battery reserves.
It's not gonna be the highest end phone to ever ridden that's not really its job.
You do get a five inch display, a 13 megapixel camera, and an eight megapixel front facing camera.
There are 32 gigabytes of internal storage and the Android Nougat software on board.
Announced in October, you can buy the CAT S 41 in the US for about 450 bucks from Amazon, Best Buy, NewEgg, D & H, and of course, catphones.com.
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