Caterpillar’s latest flagship smart phone is their toughest to date, upgrading the previous B15 & B15Q the new CAT S50 is IP67 rated dustproof and water proof whilst also having a scratch resistant screen and is able to withstand being dropped repeatedly … ideal for builders and extreme sports people alike! Tariffs Launched for the CAT S50 Contract […]
If you want a tough, rugged smart phone that doesn’t sacrifice on features then CAT have the answer, introducing the new CAT B15Q, the highest specification Android ‘tough phone’ to walk the earth! CAT B15 Q Deals Now available in the UK, the CAT B 15 Q now has contract deals on Vodafone, T-Mobile & […]
The Cat B15Q is the toughest Android 4.4 (KitKat)-powered smartphone ever built. It can remain operational at subzero temperatures of up to -25°C and smoldering temperatures of up to 55 °C. It can survive a drop from 1.8 meters and is water and dust resistant. Now the device is being sold for around £318 in […]
Looking for the ultimate rugged smartphone that runs the latest version of Android and top of the line specs? Look no further. The first “rugged KitKat smartphone,” the CAT B15, is here. Speaking about performance, CAT says, “The World’s FIRST Globally Available Rugged KitKat smartphone incorporates the latest operating system and a faster Quadcore processor […]
These days, today’s flagships are all about toughness. The Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony XPERIA Z2 can be submerged in water and survive. But can they survive being run over by a 4.6 ton CAT 277D Multi Terrain Loader? The IP67 certified, mil-spec 810G CAT B15 can. Hit play to watch the video below. [youtube […]
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