Cat B15 is world’s first rugged Android KitKat smartphone

Cat B15 Android KitKat smartphone

Completely waterproof

A few months back we saw the tough CAT B100 phone that was a pretty basic phone for users who have to work in harsh conditions like a refinery. Learning from what they missed in CAT B100, now CAT has released the next version of their flagship CAT B15 smartphone. Dubbed as CAT B15Q, this next generation phone runs on Android KitKat and has an improved Quad-core Media Tek MT6577 processor clocked at 1.3Ghz.

Cat B15 Android KitKat smartphone

Operable with wet fingers

This phone boasts a 4GB ROM Flash and 1GB RAM which is enough to compliment the functionality of Android KitKat and installed apps. For storage too the phone has ample space as it has a Micro SD slot which is expandable to 64GB. For clear conversation even in crowded places the phone has noise-cancelling microphone and the 16 hour talk-time ensures that you are relieved from the hassle of charging the phone after short intervals.

Cat B15 Android KitKat smartphone

Dust and scratch proof with temperature tolerance of -20°C(-4°F) to 55 °C (131°F)

CAT B15 smartphone has a 4-inch WVGA Capacitive Multi-touch display and the Wet Finger Tracking technology allows for touch input even in rainy conditions on the Gorilla Glass 2. The smartphone weighs just 170 grams and measures 125×69.5×14.95mm, with a rugged body that is waterproof to a depth of 1 meter for 30 minutes. Along with that the phone has Military standard shock and temperature drop protection, thereby making it ideal for any kind of climatic conditions.

Cat B15 Android KitKat smartphone

Source: CAT



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