Samsung Galaxy S7 active is official with 4000mAh battery exclusive to AT&T

The equipment from its essential Galaxy S telephones and envelops them with huge, tough plastic and a water-resistant chassis. The Galaxy S4, S5, and S6 were altogether given Active variants, and now it’s the S7’s turn, as recently spilled. While the new AT&T telephone hits all the commonplace notes from past generations, a little extra building figures out how to pack a great 4000mAh battery inside. With comparable specs somewhere else, the S7 Active should last a strong 30% longer than the standard S7 and even a bit longer than the bigger S7 Edge. 

AT&T gets the exclusive on the American rendition of the S7 Active, at least for the time being. The bearer will start selling it on June 10th for $33.13 on a 24-month plan – that’s just short of $800 for the telephone outright. On the off chance that that appears to be costly (and it does), at least the Active model doesn’t hold back on the equipment. Inside is a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 12MP back camera, a MicroSD card slot, NFC, remote charging, and a 5.1-inch quad HD screen – all of which match the vanilla Galaxy S7. The “Active” redesigns include a shatter-resistant screen, IP68 and MIL STD 810G ratings for water, dirt, and temperature resistance, and a FM tuner. An Activity Key can be bound to a selection of applications dependent on hold and tap patterns. The physical home button, flanked by two physical nav buttons, conceals a fingerprint sensor. 

The main thing I can’t get behind is the selection of hues. AT&T has mostly demonstrated to us a green-on-dark form with phony a phony digital camo structure, and a sand-hued option that appears as though it just got conveyed to the Middle East. I get the association, but it’s a bit of a stretch for Samsung to expect that anybody searching for a telephone that can take a beating is additionally into fake military chic. International perusers, or those who essentially want a GSM-LTE rendition without the AT&T marking, will presumably have the option to get one of every a month or two. 

The evaluating and availability in our locale , the S7 Active will be accessible for buy from AT&T on June 10 in each of the three hues: Sandy Gold, Camo Green, and the less artsy Titanium Gray that you can see above. Expect to pay $26.50 every month for 30 months on AT&T Next or $33.13 every month for 24 months on AT&T Next Every Year. There are plenty of joint ideas with other Samsung gear that you can take advantage of too, all detailed in AT&T’s official statement.

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