Caterpillar is the Company famous for its rugged phones. Here comes one other phone from Cat, is Cat S60. This is the world’s first Smartphone to have embedded Flir thermal camera. The two major key features of the Cat S60 are fully integrated thermal imaging and the most waterproof Smartphone.
Full features of Cat S60
4.7 inch HD display with multi-touch that facilitates auto wet finger and glove support. It has 1280 X 720 pixels screen resolution with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection.
It has Octa-core Snapdragon 617 processor (quad-core at 1.5 GHz and quad-core at 1.2 GHz).
RAM and Memory
3 GB RAM with 32 GB internal storage is present inbuilt.
The latest version of Android OS v6.0 (Marshmallow)
13 MP rear camera with dual LED flash and allows image capture underwater also. 5 MP front facing camera. And finally a dedicated FLIR thermal camera app with MSX technology.
4G LTE support, Wi-Fi support, Bluetooth 4.1 and GPS support is there in the phone.
The battery is also not as in other smartphones but very high 3800 mAh powered battery.
- Water resistant
- Drop proof
- Strengthened die cast frame
- Super bright display
- Underwater camera
- FLIR Thermal camera
On the announcement, Peter Stephens, CEO Bullitt Group, global mobile device licensee for caterpillar said, “To stand out from the crowd in today’s smartphone market requires true innovation and we are proud to partner with FLIR to announce what is truly a world’s first”and“The Cat S60 represents a milestone for smartphones. We are excited for thermal technology to be in the hands of Cat phones customers and to discover the myriad of daily time and efficiency use cases it will present for them.”
And Andy Teich, President and CEO of FLIR said, “We are delighted to work on the latest Cat phone with Bullitt Group, to integrate our thermal camera into their proven, industrialized smartphone to create a truly innovative and groundbreaking mobile product,” and“The CAT S60 presents mobile users around the world with new capabilities – a ‘sixth sense’ experience that only thermal imaging can offer.”