Today, AT&T’s variant, the SM-G870A, was approved by the FCC, which means that the second largest US mobile carrier could introduce the handset soon.
The FCC reveals that the SM-G870A is 143.0mm tall, and 73.42mm wide, thus being a tad larger than the regular Galaxy S5 (which measures 142 x 72.5 mm). AT&T-friendly LTE (bands 2, 4 and 17), NFC and dual-band Wi-Fi are also mentioned. Moreover, it looks like the unannounced smartphone has the same 2,800 mAh battery that’s found inside the S5 SM-G900.
The main difference between the Galaxy S4 Active and the regular S4 is that the former is dust- and water-resistant, while the latter is not. But the new Galaxy S5 is already dust- and water-resistant (IP67 certified), so we’re expecting the S5 Active to have more up its sleeve - perhaps including a rugged body, and an IP68 certification, which would allow it to survive under 1.5m of water for 30 minutes. Well, let's hope we'll find out more on this soon.
source: FCC via Sammy Today