Clerical error or cunning marketing ploy? Whatever your take onSamsung US’ latest blooper, the fact remains that it “accidentally” published the support page for a certain SM-G890AZWAATT, a.k.a. the Galaxy S6 Active for AT&T. Although the manufacturer quickly took the page down, the Internet never really forgets. Which means that details of the rugged variant of Samsung’s hit 2015 flagship is now available for everyone to see, though, truth be told, there isn’t really anything yet to surprise us in this particular smartphone model.
Like the other before it, the Galaxy S6 Active is simply a rugged version of Samsung’s flagship. In this case, it shares many of the features of the Galaxy S6, slapped with a bulky exterior and high dust and water resistance grades. The one notable difference is that this year’s rugged flagship boasts an IP68 rating, the highest in its class. The Galaxy S5 Active, in comparison, was one point short in the water category with only an IP67 grade.
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