Rugged Galaxy S7 Active Coming to AT&T


Beginning Friday, AT&T customers can get their butterfingers on the next-gen Samsung Galaxy S7 Active.

The water- and shatter-resistant smartphone goes on sale June 10, priced at $26.50 for 30 months on AT&T Next, or $33.13 a month for 24 months with AT&T Next Every Year.

Available in gold, gray, or green, the handset promises all the premium features of its Galaxy S siblings, with some added peace of mind for those who put their devices through the ringer.

"We've worked with Samsung to design our most stylish active smartphone of the past four years and it can handle your daily grind whether you're a multi-tasking mom, an outdoorsman at the lake, or a contractor on a jobsite," Jeff Bradley, senior vice president of AT&T device marketing and network services, said in a statement.

A 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display, 12-megapixel rear camera (with Dual Pixel technology), and fingerprint sensor are powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor and a 4,000mAh battery—the largest of any Galaxy S, providing up to 32 hours of talk time and a full charge in less than two hours.

The phone also includes 32GB of internal storage with a microSD slot for up to 200GB of additional space, and Knox, Samsung's defense-grade mobile security platform.

AT&T is offering limited-time, mix-and-match offers, including a free Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch (with a new two-year wireless agreement and purchase of a Galaxy S7 Active on AT&T Next), up to $695 in bill credits over 30 months (when you buy two GS7 Active smartphones), and the Galaxy Tab E for 99 cents (on a two-year agreement when you buy the GS7 Active).

Plus, business customers who activate or upgrade 20 or more lines on any qualified Samsung device can receive 12 months credit for MobileIron Cloud, and a one-time $1,000 Professional Service Credit.

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