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by your smartphone look like this instead of like this you wouldn't scream any YouTube play and would want see pixel camera forget about taking photos, you might?
Even have to buy a new pair of jeans.
Luckily for you the Cat S48 c here at CES 2019 isn't meant for you.
It's meant for people who work in really extreme conditions.
We're talking dust, sand, salt mist and extreme cold and heat.
I mean, look at this thing.
It's practically a dinosaur.
It's rubberized all over, so one slip from your grip would Compare that to the mesmerizing and flashy honor view 20 that we also saw here in PDF and you might wonder why we're even looking at the phone in the first place, but the wrecking this is sort of the beauty of the thing the cat as 48C is built for toughness.
This is the phone you want by your side when you're working on a construction site or exploring the.
Shatterproof and drop proof.
It can withstand temperatures negative 13 degrees farenheit, all the way up to 131 degrees for up to 24 hours straight.
And it won't ground up to 35 minutes in 4 feet of water, and not many phones can say that.
There's a 5 inch Gorilla Glass [UNKNOWN] that works when it's wet or when you're wearing gloves.
There are actually buttons you can press, You can even take photos under water.
A 4000 milliamp battery promises up to 30 hours of talk time over 5G and right now it runs Android 8 but it'll upgrade later to Android Py, but if you are planning to survey Antarctica this phone is already on sale on Spring it's gonna be joining up with the price in late January, it'll go on sale for $250 on contract for two years or Hundred dollars all-in.
Make sure you check out all of the CES 2019 news at CNET.com.
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