CAT S60: World's First Smartphone With Built-in Thermal Camera

By 09:47 Sat, 31 Jul 2021 Comments

The recent CAT S60 is more than a smartphone - it's a professional tool. It's the first smartphone to feature an integrated thermal camera.

It can measure the temperature of objects from 15m-30m (50ft-100ft) away and can even see through smoke. It can, for example, be used by firefighters to see for people in a smoke-filled building or just a contractor to check your insulation.

The thermal capturing camera is courtesy of Flir, a Lepton module, and shows 80 x 60px thermal video.

Anyway, the CAT S60 goes beyond casual smartphone toughness. If you batten down the hatches (closing the mouth and earpieces with the yellow covers), it can go under 5m of water. Otherwise, the limit is 2m.

CAT dropped the phone 26 times from 1.8m (6ft) to create sure it survives hard hits. The display is covered with 1mm Gorilla Glass 4 (normal phones acquire 0.4mm) and very colorful - 540nits. The touchclassy screen works with gloves, of course.

You also acquire a beefy 3,800mAh battery to last you a long day at work and a 105dB loudspeaker. The rest of the CAT S60 put it in the mid-range - 4.7" 720p screen, Snapdragon 617 with 3GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) and 32GB storage. The phone runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and offers 4G LTE connectivity. There's also a 13MP main camera, 5MP selfie cam.

The CAT S60 will be shown off at the MWC and will retail later this year for $600/€650. Keep in mind that a Flir One (a smartphone add-on thermal camera) alone costs $250.

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