Meet Samsung's most powerful rugged phone that never been unveiled publically

Meet Samsung's most powerful rugged phone that never been unveiled publically

Samsung's has been producing rugged phones for a long time, as the company is currently due in this lineup since the Galaxy S9 launch but recently a new phone has been spotted at Samsung's MWC booth that claimed to be its most powerful rugged phone ever.

Information about this phone is coming from the tipster Roland Quandt, the phone in the video shows a rugged phone and he also mentioned that this phone is only available for 'Public Service departments'.

As the pecs of this device include a 5.2-inch super AMOLED display with 2560x1440 resolution, Exynos 9810 and runs on Android Oreo.

It has an 8MP front-facing camera while on the rear side it has a 12MP camera (dual aperture) with triple LED flash and fingerprint sensor. A 4500mAh battery is placed inside it that is replaceable. On top, there's a power button along with headphone jack.



On the left side of the device, there is volume adjustment key, USB type-C port fast charging and a special 'Push to talk' button that connects a user with other users for an instant talk just like a walky-talky. On the bottom side, there are pogo pins that can be used for a bunch of other functionalities.

In terms of design, the phone is more ruggedized compared to previous Active lineup. There are tactile buttons used for navigation, also the speakers seem to be shifted just below these navigation keys.

There are special features on this phone and one of it is its group calling with the touch of a button it can start a conference or group call with added members on a secured connected network.

Talking about the identity of this phone, as the tipster mentioned that the phone has model number SM-G889, which matches and certified by Wi-Fi Alliance in January 2019 for AT&T mobile carrier. Although, there's no record for this model number except the WFA certificate or the company may launch this device later on in public but there's no official confirmation on that.