New Samsung Galaxy S6 Active renders show the phone's camouflage versions
According to @evleaks, what we have here is indeed the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active - a version that's specifically made for AT&T. Just like the Galaxy S5 Active from 2014, the S6 Active has three hardware buttons on the front, and doesn't feature a fingerprint scanner.
The S6 Active will probably share many of its specs with the regular Galaxy S6, including a 64-bit octa-core Exynos 7420 processor, a 5.1-inch Quad HD display, and 3 GB of RAM. However, the upcoming handset will be rugged and water-resistant, while also having a larger battery: 3600 mAh. A microSD card slot might also be included.
It looks like the Galaxy S6 Active will have at least three color versions: black (the one seen yesterday in live photos), camouflage blue, and camouflage white (you can see the last two below). Which one would you get, and how much would you be willing to pay for it?