For those who care more about a phone’s survivability than its look, you can look to DOOGEE, Cat Phones and perhaps, Zebra. Oh, you don’t like the over-the-top rugged look? Fret not because, the new Caterpillar CAT S52 looks nothing of sort. It looks like an ordinary smartphone, but yet as tough as ever.
If you are a field worker, a construction worker, or basically someone who always put your phone at risks, Cat Phones will have you covered and with the new Cat S61, it will even have tradesmen covered too – thanks to the enhanced FLIR thermal imaging, built-in laser assisted measuring and indoor air quality sensor. […]
Packing a beautiful smartphone with layers after layers of protection seems counter-intuitive in aesthetic point of view and it most definitely defeats the designers’ intention. I don’t know about you, but me think it feels like listening to high-resolution audio files with a muffed earphones or a mono-driver speaker system. Completely pointless. And the same […]
Ruggedized smartphones hardly look good and good looking smartphones can hardly stand up to abuse, but the Cat S60 smartphone you see here smashes that convention. In the tradition of Caterpillar phones, it is ruggedized and boy, does it look pretty at the same time. I would say it is ruggedization done right. However, that’s […]
you probably have guessed. the Caterpillar CAT B15 Ruggedized Android Phone is not exactly made by Caterpillar, but by a British firm known as Bullitt Group. weird as it may sounds coming from a company more known for bulldozers and working footwear, but we bet these ‘woos’ and ‘ahs’, probably have also greeted