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CAT Phone launches yet another rugged Android smartphone, coming in at CES 2020 as the all new CAT S32

Yesterday Samsung announced the tough Galaxy XCover Pro and today it's the turn for CAT or Caterpillar Inc. a very prominent American multinational construction machinery and equipment company with headquarters located in Deerfield, Illinois, United States. The company owns a separate division that deals with the designing and sales of ruggedised and resilient smartphones that is manufactured and marketed by Bullitt Group, under the license of Caterpillar Inc. Aiming people mostly working in harsh and outdoor environments, we have the manufacturer announce their latest addition to the company's S series of devices and the previous generation S31 successor, the all new and robust CAT S32 at the manufacturer's event held on the floor of ongoing Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The Cat S32 is an incredibly tough device and a fantastic addition to our refreshed line-up of Cat smartphones, alongside the exceptionally thin-but-rugged Cat S52, giving our customers a real choice of products depending on the features they value most. In this generation of products we’ve upgraded and improved every feature while ensuring that the core Cat phones rugged credentials – reliably waterproof, dustproof, and built to survive drops – remain the focus, said Peter Cunningham, VP Product Portfolio at Bullitt Group.
CAT's latest S32 is said to survive in extreme environment, as the device is IP68 certified for dust and water resistance, also tested upto 1.5 meters under water for 35 minutes. The phone maker also put their CAT S32 through multiple drop tests from 1.8 meters directly onto steel, also through several vibration and tumble tests, salt mist conditions, and more to ensure the handset can withstand the most of torture is could possible face in the wild. The S32 packs along US Military grade MIL-SPEC-810G certification on board to prove it's strength of sustainability. The textured and rubberized material used on the exterior will provide the CAT S32 users an extra grip in handling the smartphone and you are getting treated to dedicated programmable hardware button on the left side, that can be used to perform shortcuts such as Push to Talk (PTT), SOS, etc. The unit will be coming soon to the United Kingdom and will retail on the company's official webstore for the country with a price tag of $332.25. 

CAT's new craft is built to work in both extremely high and low temperatures, without dying off the thermal shock and comes out of the box with a 5.5" High Definition Plus screen at a 18:9 aspect ratio, in protection of DragonTrail Pro Glass. As mentioned, the display panel can be read under bright sunlight and the highly sensitive touchscreen responds to your finger even when they're wet or if you are your wearing gloves on. The smartphone is powered by a MediaTek Helio A20 MT 6761D Quad-Core chipset clocked at 1.8GHz, coupled with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage space that can be further expanded via a microSD card slot. Behind the phone houses a 13MP main camera with LED flash and on the front we are offered a 5MP secondary selfie snapper. CAT S32 carries a 4200mAh battery with support to fourth generation LTE Cat. 6 connectivity on dual SIM along with VoLTE and VoWiFi. On the software side the handset will ship with Android's version 10 and CAT promises an upgrade to Android's version 11 in the future.