Samsung Galaxy Active rugged smartphone for AT&T leaks in press render

Samsung Galaxy Active rugged smartphone for AT&T leaks in press render
Samsung has already launched a rugged smartphone this year, but the Xcover 4s only covers the mid-range price tier. Although an unannounced Galaxy S9 Active was spotted early this year at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019, the smartphone hasn't been introduced yet.

Today, a press render of the same phone was published by AndroidHeadlines, but unlike the one in the live pictures, this one bears the AT&T logo. Unfortunately, aside from the picture, no other information about the smartphone is available at the moment.

From what's been reported back in February, the phone showcased at MWC 2019 included a 5.2-inch display (2540 x 1440 pixels resolution), an Exynos 9610 processor, a 12-megapixel rear camera, a secondary 8-megapixel selfie snapper, and a 4,500 mAh battery.

The phone's display highlights an August 9 date, which might or might not be the date the phone will be officially introduced. However, we believe there's little chance for that to happen though since Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 10 just two days earlier, on August 7.



1. LawnBoy

Posts: 203; Member since: Feb 23, 2019

Yes. Finally a normal phone

2. deleon629

Posts: 474; Member since: Oct 04, 2014

whereas before it's always been... $1,000 piece of glass = phone

3. CantEvenWin

Posts: 21; Member since: Jan 24, 2019

I work for ATT up in Northern Vermont and I am SOOOOOO happy to see this coming back. Our Samsung rep said they stopped making the active because the S10e with a good case withstood the same tests. BULL. A glass phone is not good for farmers or construction workers or really any profession VT is known for. HOORRAAAAAYYYY!!!


Posts: 134; Member since: Feb 21, 2016

It looks fake. The design of capacitive buttons is out of date, as is the Samsung Experience.

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