Caterpillar continues its venture into the cell phone market by launching the Cat S50c smartphone.
The S50c, which meets U.S. military standards, offers push-to-talk connectivity and operates on the Verizon 4G network.
The 4.7-inch HD Gorilla Glass scratch-resistant display is designed to be fully operational while wearing gloves up to 4 mm thick, with wet hands and even in the rain or snow.
“The strategic achievement represented by this launch of the Cat S50c on the Verizon network confirms our commitment to offering our customers the industry’s most innovative rugged smartphone with class-leading durability,” says Peter Stephens, Bullitt Group’s CEO global licensee for Caterpillar.
Other features and specs for the Cat S50c:
Mil Spec 810G certified drop proof up to 3.9 feet.
Dustproof and waterproof in 3.3 feet of water for up to 30 minutes (IP67 certified).
2-GHz quad-core processor, 1-GB RAM, 8-GB FLASH, expandable Micro SD up to 64 GB. The 2630-mAh battery is designed to provide a full day of browsing and downloads.
Includes recommended apps for the Cat phone audience and provides one stop shopping for individuals that are constantly on the go.
The Cat S50c is available through catphones.com, amazon.com and homedepot.com, and also available to all authorized Verizon Wireless Agents from Ingram Micro.
To learn more about the Cat S50c and how it compares to its other cell phone, the S50, please read more at Hardworking Truck’s sister publication Equipment World.