Cat phones launches smartphone integrated with thermal camera

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New Delhi | Published: March 16, 2017 6:43:29 PM

Cat phones are ruggedised phones designed, manufactured and sold by Bullitt Group under the licence of Caterpillar Inc. priced at Rs 64,999.

Cat phones launches smartphone integrated with thermal camera. (YouTube)

Cat phones on Thursday launched flagship Cat S60 smartphone with an integrated thermal camera allowing users to use their smartphones in detecting heat loss around windows, spotting moisture and seeing in complete darkness. Cat phones are ruggedised phones designed, manufactured and sold by Bullitt Group under the licence of Caterpillar Inc. Priced at Rs 64,999, the device will be available across multi-brand outlets in the country and on Amazon starting March 17.

“Recognising India’s potential as a sophisticated and fast growing market, we are looking to launch in the country with a highly-targeted offering for both consumers and the B2B sector,” said Linda Summers, Chief Marketing Officer, Bullitt Group, Global Mobile Device Licensee for Caterpillar Inc, in a statement.

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Cat S60 has a dedicated SOS button which sends out location coordinates message to preprogrammed contacts in case of an emergency and is IP68 certified which makes it dustproof, shockproof and waterproof.

The device features 4.7-inch HD display, Snapdragon 617 octa-core processor paired up with 3GB of RAM and runs on Android Marshmallow operating system.

The smartphone sports 13MP main camera with dual flash, 5MP front facing camera and houses 3,800mAh battery.

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