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Samsung Galaxy S6 Active heads to AT&T with extra battery power

Billy Steele
06.08.15
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Samsung's Galaxy S6 broke cover last month and today AT&T revealed its exclusive grip on the rugged device. The IP-68 rated dustproof and water and shock resistant handset packs a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display that touts a whopping 577 PPI to handle your swipes through Android 5.0.2 (Lollipop). Inside, a 64-bit Octa-core processor and 32GB of internal storage do the heaving lifting with 16-megapixel rear-facing and 5-megapixel front-facing cameras for photo duties. In addition to staying dry in depths of up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes, the S6 Active also packs in a beefy 3,500mAh battery. That's significantly larger than the battery inside the regular Galaxy S6. And yes, when it does run down, you can juice up with wireless charging accessories or make use of the Fast Charging option to charge to 50 percent in around half an hour.

If you're looking to nab one, you'll be able to do so on June 12th in either Camo White, Camo Blue or Gray. Making the phone your daily driver will set you back $23.17/month with 30 device payments on Next 24, $28.96/month at 24 payments on Next 18, or $34.75/month at 20 payments on Next 12 -- all without a down payment. For the regular two-year commitment, you can expect to hand over $200, or if you're looking to skip the paperwork entirely, $695 is the off-contract price.

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