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DeWalt Smartphone

DeWalt already makes rugged tools. Now they're making a rugged version of the most important one: the smartphone. Powered by Android, the DeWalt Smartphone is as ready for the jobsite as any of their other tools, with IP68 dust- and waterproofing, military-grade protection against drops, bangs, chemicals, extreme temperatures, and pressure, and dual SIM slots for easily switching between work and home. It also has a 5-inch screen, LTE networking, wireless charging, and all the other features you'd expect in a phone, even one that's more suited to the boardroom than the boiler room.

  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

    With curved glass on its sides, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge stands out like few other smartphones. It performs better than most of them, as well. Thanks to optical image stabilization and an f/1.7 lens, its rear camera makes the most of its 12 megapixels, especially in low light. It's water and dust resistant, it has a hybrid SIM tray that supports microSD cards for added storage, and the fingerprint sensor keeps your data secure while supporting mobile payments. But perhaps the most interesting new feature is the always-on 5.5-inch Super AMOLED display, which lets you see the time, date, and notifications, all without needing to wake the phone up. Available in black, gold, and silver, with 32GB of internal storage.

  • Caterpillar S60 Smartphone

    Caterpillar is primarily known for its construction equipment. Now it's bringing its tough-as-nails knowhow to your phone. The Caterpillar S60 Smartphone is designed with workers in mind, with a rugged build and a number of features that come in handy on the job site. Foremost among those is the world's first integrated FLIR thermal camera, great for things like detecting heat loss around windows or doors, spotting moisture or missing insulation, or indentifying misfit electric appliances. It's as tough as you'd expect, with a Mil Spec 810G case that can withstand drops of 1.8 meters and is waterproof to 5 meters, a die-cast frame, and a 4.7-inch touchscreen with automatic wet finger and glove support. And while the specs won't overwhelm anyone, it's no slouch, either, making it useful even after it's time to clock out.