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The CAT S62 is newer than the S62 Pro listed above and offers more in some areas and less in others. Overall, the two phones are quite similar to one another. Both have the same screen, chipset, and battery, among other things. They both also have an IP69 and Mil-Spec 810H certification.


The phone has an IP68 rating for dust and waterproofing and a MIL-STD 810G certification for impact protection. It has also been drop-tested numerous times from a height of 1.8m onto steel, with drops on every side and corner.


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Cat Phone is a range of toughened and strengthened mobile phones, including rugged smartphones developed, manufactured and sold by Bullitt Mobile Ltd,[3] part of the British telecommunications and consumer electronics technology company Bullitt Group Ltd, under exclusive license from Caterpillar Inc. since 2012.[1]


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The phone is available for pre-order in the UK for 529 unlocked. US and Australian pre-orders have yet to be announced, but the UK price converts to around AU$920. In the US it will sell for $599 unlocked and work with GSM networks like T-Mobile and AT&T.


A thermal imaging camera gives you superpowers. It allows you to visualize the temperature of objects, like an animal in the dark or frozen pipes. The built-in Flir thermal imaging camera is located on the back of the phone, above the 13-megapixel rear camera and next to the microSD card and SIM slots. It's the same one found on the Flir One thermal camera accessory, which is available for iOS and Android devices for $250 or 200 (AU$330, converted) -- a bargain considering most thermal imaging cameras cost thousands of dollars.


I enjoyed using the thermal camera to take colorful, trippy photos and psychedelic videos, however I, personally, found little practical use for it. It came in handy when a friend needed to know the accurate temperature of her oven while baking a cheesecake (the temperature markings on the stove's knob had faded) and when I wanted to know if my coffee was cool enough to drink, but that's it. If you're a firefighter, independent contractor or work in construction, you're more likely to come across situations where this type of technology comes in handy.


Using the provided charger, it took about two hours to fully charge if battery was completely drained. We're currently testing it in the CNET Lab and will update the review with the final results soon. Anecdotally, the phone's battery comfortably lasted an entire day. With heavy use (lots of downloading apps and playing games) and the brightness jacked all the way up, it lasted me about five hours.


Most thermal imaging cameras cost thousands. If, as an alternative, you were to buy a decent, cheap, waterproof Android phone and added on the Flir One accessory, you'd pay only $50 less than the S60.


The Cat S60's thoughtfully executed design puts functionality and durability at the forefront. The fact that it's made to work under distressing conditions -- ones that would literally break most phones -- makes it perfect for anyone who works in a precarious environment or has a very active, outdoorsy lifestyle. That said, it's not worth it for someone, like me -- who does none of those things -- to lug around and use everyday.


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I also tried connecting my lab supply to the power pins of the phone battery connector to run it without a battery but it's the same as running it without battery from USB. It vibrates shortly, the screen turns on for less than a second without showing anything yet and the phone immediately turns off.


1. I tried probing 3.7 V directly onto the battery terminals (phone side) with a laboratory power supply but it's the same as running the phone without battery from USB. It vibrates shortly, the screen turns on for less than a second without showing anything yet and the phone immediately turns off. I think it needs to be able to communicate with the battery to turn on.


2. I could try charging the battery outside of the phone with my lab supply but it already has 3.82 V. This should mean it should have enough charge to start up the phone without a cable, right? I'm trying to rule out the flex assembly.


Does your lab power supply have current sensing or if you have access to a meter? - You could try what you did in step 1 and try to see what the current peaks to before the phone switches off (an oscilloscope would be better)


I could try to capture the current over time with the ADC of a microcontroller, although that would be quite a bit of work that I would like to avoid unless the phone itself (not counting battery or flex cable)


2. It took a charge, although I had to go higher than 3.7 V (it was 3.8 V already). It charged at 650 mA when I increased the voltage to about 4.0 V. Let it charge for half an hour, put it back in the phone, no dice. Charged an hour or so (the battery open voltage was at 3.92) and still no dice.


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The Blackview BV9800 Pro sports a lower quality FLIR Lepton (2.5) thermal imaging sensor but has 48MP+5MP Rear and 16MP Front Cameras, a larger battery, bigger screen and wireless charging all for $499.99. But, the OS on that phone is Android 9.


But, before that, you need to understand that the rugged smartphones are not really a homogeneous group and that, in reality, they are divided in a manner to be suitable for two main audiences: the ones that work in an industrial environment or in constructions and need a fully rugged, durable and no-compromises phone (where the internal specs are not a high priority) and the ones that need a mid-to-high-end smartphone which will survive the occasional fall (even face first) and that can handle splashes or even full submerges underwater (usually, active people who regularly practice different types of outdoor sports).


This year we seem to get spoiled by the manufacturers of rugged mobile phones, so, besides the new line of CAT rugged smartphones (which includes the S41 and the S61), we now get the Sonim XP8, the successor to the widely popular Sonim XP7 which was released more than 4 years ago (this gap is an interesting, not-really-consumer-friendly approach from the California-based company) and it seems that the new device has retained pretty much everything that made its predecessor great, but it has also enhanced some of its core elements to make it more suitable for 2019.


The rugged smartphone does come with Android 11 which is very stock-like and, unfortunately, the users will be stuck with this version for the entire time since AGM does not upgrade their rugged smartphones to a newer Android version. Also, be aware that the warranty is limited to 1 year and you should always check the type of support you will receive in your area.


The Panasonic Toughbook FZ-T1 is part of the latest fully-rugged handheld series from Panasonic and I know that when thinking about the toughest phones, most people will point to the Samsung Active series (or some other Chinese brands), but Toughbook devices are simply on another level in terms of ruggedness. I found it a bit amusing when Panasonic was referring to its 5-inch handsets as tablets that can make phone calls (which is not really wrong) and the Toughbook FZ-T1 is now a handheld and the Wi-Fi/4G version has all the functions of a normal smartphone. The way it is built and the additional features it has, clearly sets it apart even from the rest of the rugged smartphones and the closest device that I could find is the Cat S61 (due to its thermal imaging camera). 041b061a72


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