Tuesday, September 23, 2014
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Smart Phones Samsung Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE

samsung galaxy rugby lte

The perfect combination of brains and brawn, the ultra durable Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE can take whatever your active lifestyle throws at it. Built to military specifications, this shock resistant, waterproof and dust proof dynamo boasts a 5 megapixel camera, 4 inch WVGA display and much more.


Features

  • Stay connected in even the most challenging environments with a durable, dustproof, water resistant body that’s MIL810G tested & IP67 certified
  • View clearly in virtually any environment on a super AMOLED anti-scratch 4 inch WVGA screen
  • Stream videos, play games and browse the web with premium LTE speed support
  • Enjoy smooth video playback and gaming powered by a 1.5 Ghz dual core processor
  • Access over 500,000 Android applications, games, books and videos in the Google Play store
  • View websites just like on your computer with a full Android HTML browser
  • Keep functioning during emergency blackouts or after dark with an illuminating torchlight
  • Capture special moments with the 5MP camera and share using popular photo apps like Instagram.
  • Keep going longer without recharging with a powerful 1850 mAh battery
  • Stay safe and connect to hands free devices in any environment with Bluetooth 4.0


    Specifications

    Network LTE: 700MHz (Band 17) / 1700MHz (Band 4)
                HSPA: 2100MHz (Band I) / 1900MHz (Band II) / 850MHz (Band V)
                GSM: 850MHz / 900MHz / 1800MHz / 1900MHz
    Speeds Manufacturer’s rated peak download speeds of up to 75 Mbps (expected average is 12-25 Mbps).
    Processor 1.5 GHz Dual Core
    Screen 4" Super AMOLED touchscreen
    Weight 135.5 g
    Dimensions 127.9 x 67.4 x 12.7 mm
    Battery 1850 mAh
    Talk time* Up to 11 hours
    Standby time* Up to 12 days
    Internal memory 8 GB
    Expandable memory Up to 32GB
    Camera 5MP with LED flash.
    Video calling camera 1.3 MP front facing camera

    *Battery life is dependent on several factors: signal strength, operating temperature, services selected, and voice, data and other application usage.