In this day and age, choosing a phone means either choosing between iOS or Android. This is because we are in the age of smartphones which means that feature phones are pretty much no longer thought about. However CAT seems to think that there is still a demand for such devices, and has since announced the CAT B35.

Despite this looking like a feature phone, the B35 actually comes with certain “smart” features, such as support for Google Assistant, Google Maps, Google Search, and YouTube. In addition it has also been designed to take a beating and is MIL-810G compliant. This means that it can withstand extreme temperatures, humidity, vibrations, and is said to be shock-proof from drops up to 1.8m, and can survive going underwater to depths up to 1.2m for 35 minutes.

Other specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 205 chipset, a 2.4-inch display, 512GB of RAM, 4GB of storage, and a 2,300mAh battery. No word on pricing just yet but given that this is a feature phone we’re talking about, we don’t expect it to break the bank. Granted it’s not the most powerful phone we’ve seen, but given its rugged nature, there are probably some who might require it just for its phone capabilities and rugged nature.

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