Cat® phones now offers the Cat S42, a tough and resilient smartphone packed with features for harsh or outdoor environments.
The new addition to the range benefits from Cat phones’ heritage and a decade of research and development in the design of rugged phones, bringing unrivalled toughness to a more affordable price point.
The Cat S42 is the latest device in the core Cat phones portfolio, perfect for anyone who needs a phone to survive in extreme environments, for work or leisure. The new Cat S42 offers key features that customers in this segment truly value, especially a long battery life, market-leading rugged credentials, and a large and bright display.
Cat phones customers need a phone they can rely on. It has a big 4,200mAh battery, encased in a rugged body that is certified to IP68 dust proof and waterproof, tested to up to 1.5 meters of water for 35 minutes.
It has also undergone our rigorous and repeated drop testing from 1.8m onto steel, including multiple drops onto every side and corner, as well as MIL SPEC 810G tests that ensure the phone can handle the elements in any environment.
Like all Cat smartphones in the range, it’s put through vibration and tumble tests, salt mist conditions, and it’s built to operate in high and low extremes of temperature and to survive thermal shocks. Take it with you everywhere, stay connected, and get more done.
“The Cat S42 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.
Rugged to its core, the Cat S42’s bright 5.5″ HD+ 18×9 display is protected by scratch resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5 and can be read in bright sunlight, with a touch screen that can be controlled with wet fingers or when wearing gloves.