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Samsung Galaxy S5 Active is now official from AT&T

Samsung has officially announced Galaxy S5 Active with the American multinational telecommunication corporation, AT&T. We have seen the new smartphone leak in a few videos and Press renders, earlier this month, where today the South Koreans and the Americans make the handset official for the public.

As seen from the predecessor handset, the Galaxy S4 Active, the new release from Samsung too will fall in line with its Active design, making the smartphone more rugged, shock, water and dust resistant from the original Galaxy S5, (yeah, we admit that the flagship too packs in dust and water resistance on board). The new phone is said to come equipped with IP67-certification rating over the hood along with Military-specifications 810G on top. On the front we will have three physical hardware buttons on the display, accompanied by the the same heart rate sensor and LED flash on the back.

Other than that, there is the traditional Samsung Activity Zone, which launches all outdoor activity-related features in one application screen. The phone is measured at 145.28 x 73.4 x 8.89 millimeters in dimensions and weighs 170 grams on mass, which will be available in Camo Green, Titanium Gray and Ruby Red color options, where you can now order the phone for about 199.99 United States Dollars for a two-year contract from AT&T or just grab it for a regular price of 714.99 USD. You can also bag 50% off on the Samsung made Gear Fit, when you buy the Galaxy S5 Active from the operator.

Samsung's new Active smartphone will ship with a Quad-Core 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, Adreno 330 Graphics Processing Unit, 5.1-inches Full High Definition Super AMOLED screen panel of 1080 x 1920 resolution display, 16 gigabytes of internal storage (expandable via microSD card slot), two gigabytes of Random Access Memory, 16 megapixels primary shooter on the back with LED flash  light, that is capable of capturing Ultra High Definition screen videos, with a two megapixels front facing secondary camera, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, Near Field Communication and 4G LTE network capabilities, a 2,800mAh powered battery and runs Android's version 4.4 KitKat, with Samsung's proprietary TouchWiz User Interface.

Source: AT&T