The Caterpillar Inc. known as CAT has expanded its rough smartphones portfolio this year at IFA.



The Caterpillar T20 Tablet priced at EUR 649 and the company is talking order on S41 through its website, while the CAT S31 will be available to purchase later this year.





The CAT S41 highlight is the 5000 mAh battery, which is claimed to run for up to 44 days on standby time and for up to 38 hours on 3G talk time. The device is dust and water resistant with lP 68 rating and has a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 display protection. 

This handset runs on Android Nougat 7.1, and weighs 218.00 grams with dimensions of 152H x75Wx 12.85 T (thicknesses).  The CAT S 41 has a 5-inch full HD display and can detect touch even when the fingers are wet or with gloves.
CAT S41 supports 13MP rear camera with LED flash along with an 8MP front camera.



It also comes with Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and comes with 3GB RAM and 32 GB inbuilt storage. The device also supports micro SD card up to 2TB. There is a programmable Shortcut key as well for Push to talk or for launching the torch or camera.



Where the smartphone, CAT S31, comes with 4000mAh battery and has a 4.7” HD display. This also comes with iP68 rating and can support drops from up to 1.8 meters. The device runs on Android Nougat powered by a Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor along with 2GB RAM and 16GB inbuilt storage and supports microSD card.  The CAT S31 also comes with programmable button, which some functions can be customized.  The device featured with an 8MP rear camera and 2MP front –facing camera and compatible with dual SIM cards. 



The window 10 –based tablet has Quad-core Intel Atom Z8350, inbuilt with 2GB RAM and 64GB storage. The Caterpillar T20 tablet comes with a 5MP rear camera and 2MP front –facing camera. The device comes with a Mini –DMI or video out port and powered t 7500mAh battery, which supports 4GLTE Cat. 4, USB, 3.0, Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth v4.1


These rugged smartphones devices can take a beating and available on company’s website to purchase. 

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