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Gallery: AT&T's rugged Samsung SGH-A837

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Gallery: AT&T's rugged Samsung SGH-A837
The first live photos of this one leaked in the end of August, but it is not yet officially announced, expected to be released later this month. The Samsung SGH-A837 should be AT&T’s answer to the rugged phones that Verizon Wireless and Sprint offer, including the Boulder, the Adventure, Renegade, PRO-700 and others. It is said to be a 3G-capable handset with 1.3-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, Push-to-Talk and to be able to survive the daily beating.

Gallery: AT&T's rugged Samsung SGH-A837
Gallery: AT&T's rugged Samsung SGH-A837
Gallery: AT&T's rugged Samsung SGH-A837
Gallery: AT&T's rugged Samsung SGH-A837


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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42

1. (unregistered)


Finally! I work at AT&T and we needed this one..

posted on 11 Sep 2008, 14:36

6. (unregistered)


Just spoke with At&T rep...this will be in stores on MONDAY, 9/15!

posted on 10 Sep 2008, 10:18

2. (unregistered)


You need a better network first

posted on 10 Sep 2008, 13:29

5. (unregistered)


network works for me

posted on 11 Sep 2008, 15:18

7. (unregistered)


never had a problem!

posted on 10 Sep 2008, 10:53

3. (unregistered)


its about time!

posted on 10 Sep 2008, 12:43

4. (unregistered)


dont look very rugged, the renegade now that phone can take a beating

posted on 11 Sep 2008, 18:04

8. (unregistered)


Its coming Sept. 16th!

posted on 13 Sep 2008, 09:58

9. (unregistered)


Your ridiculous if you think we need a better network, obviously you havent researhced how many towers we have in comparison to say verizon. 60,000 to 30,000. Still now that we have this its over for sprint.

posted on 22 Sep 2008, 22:14

10. EX-NEXTEL/SPRINT USER (unregistered)


As a former Nextel / Sprint user I can honestly say that the Cingular/ATT network is 110% better than Sprint. The Nextel service went from good to really bad when Sprint took over. I understand the basics of how providers work but their service and signal went bad all around.

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