AT&T Intros the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active
AT&T today announced the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active, a semi-rugged version of Samsung's flagship smartphone. It carries over most features of the standard model, such as the 5.1-inch quad HD display, 16-megapixel camera, and Exynos processor. The phone has an IP68 rating for protection against water and dust. The battery had been enlarged to 3,500mAh, and the S6 Active has activity shortcuts, such as to the flashlight. The phone will be available June 12 for $199.99 with a two-contract or through AT&T next plans. The Next 24 plan costs $23.17 for 30 payments; the Next 18 plan costs $28.96 for 24 payments; and the Next 12 plan costs $34.75 for 20 payments.
Hands On with Samsung Galaxy S6 Active
Samsung's newest semi-rugged handset, the Galaxy S6 Active, is a large and powerful phone. It's waterproof, dustproof, and comes with dedicated activity apps.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Active for AT&T
Samsung clad its flagship phone in hardier garb and called it the Galaxy S6 Active. This waterproof Android smartphone has several advantages over its more delicate siblings.
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Doesnt say anything about SD card or removable battery...
Meh, almost no one replaces the battery in their smartphone anyway, by the time the battery stops holding a charge they always want a newer cooler phone, not a new battery for their old phone. And if you have a 2amp charger, the S6 will go from 0% battery to 100% in less than 45 minutes so Im betting the S6 Active is similar.
Micro SD, meh, just having one slows down the phone versus actual internal storage speeds. And how many times do most people actually physically remove the SD card anyway? A micro SD is good for when you drop your phone in wate...
A company always looks for ways to save money yet charge the same or more for its products or services. They have R&D personel that read through sites and comment sections to review what people are saying. Po...