Samsung has partnered with AT&T yet again to unveil the Galaxy S7 active. For now it will be an AT&T carrier exclusive. The rugged version of the Galaxy S7 improves the internals and adds in a better rugged version to the device to make it better.
The Galaxy S7 Active packs a 5.1″ QHD Display which is shatter resistant due to the layer of polycarbonate. The device packs a Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage which is expandable via a MicroSD card. The Galaxy S7 Active packs a mammoth 4,000mAh battery inside, which is crazy to even think about. That 1000mAh more than the regular Galaxy S7.
Another cool feature is the addition of the fingerprint scanner to the home button which the previous Active devices made by Samsung didn’t have. This just might make the Galaxy S7 Active overall complete when it comes to a phone with no compromises for many.
AT&T will launch the Galaxy S7 active sales on June 10 with monthly prices similar to the Galaxy S7 Edge’s. If you choose the carrier’s Next plan, the phone will cost you $26.50/month, while the Next Every Year plan will increase the price to $33.13/month. The Galaxy S7 Active is available in three colors; Sandy Gold, Camo Green and Titanium Gray. SIM-free prices are yet to be announced and will be made available later.
At this point we are not sure whether the Galaxy S7 Active will come to other regions, I hope it does.