On Monday, Samsung and AT&T announced their Galaxy S7 Active, which is a rugged, much stronger version of the Galaxy S7, available exclusively to AT&T. This phone still features an IP68 rating that makes it water and dust resistant, but in addition to what to this, it features MIL-SPEC 810G that allows it to be shock resistant. As it has shock resistance, it means that if you drop it, it prevents any internal parts of the phone from breaking or loosening, and also protects the phone itself. You will never face anything bad with your phone, so you will need not to worry when you drop your phone by accident, unlike the Galaxy S7 that is made from glass.

With this new phone, all the hardware featured is exactly the same as with the Galaxy S7,  so on this phone you will find a fingerprint scanner for password-less entry onto your phone, an amazing looking Quad HD, AMOLED display, a powerful and latest Snapdragon 820, a 12MP rear facing camera, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and much more. A few, new things you would find compared to previous Active phones is a microSD slot and wireless charging, both of which you will find on the Galaxy S7. With the Galaxy S7 Active, it also has a larger 4000mAh battery, which will get you longer life on the phone and will allow you to use your phone more. As with all the Active series, the buttons on the front are physical and allows for the launch of apps with double clicks on the physical buttons.

If you think this phone is amazing and so would not mind giving up beauty of the Galaxy S7, then you can get one yourself, then you can get it at AT&T starting from June 10, for $26.50 per month with AT&T Next or $33.13 per month with AT&T, according to TechnoBuffalo. However if you are thinking of getting, you must take into regard that you will find bloatware from AT&T, if you are going to purchase it. It will be available online and in stores on June 10. Which way will you go, beauty or toughness?