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Samsung Rugged Galaxy S4 Phone coming in July

Apr 27 2013, 5:32am CDT | by , in News | Mobile Phones

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Samsung Rugged Galaxy S4 Phone coming in July

Samsung is on to something very durable indeed. Its rugged version of the all-new Galaxy S4 phone is a gem of a device. Those people wanting a sturdy partner by their side will welcome the S4 phone.

New things come up time and again. But seldom does it happen that a tough technology arrives and enters the arena. Samsung has just recently come up with it Galaxy S4 phone. Both water-repellent and dust-proof, this marvel of engineering is environment-friendly to boot. According to the Wall Street Journal this information is hardly surprising since Samsung has always been a king of innovation.

The fact that this rough and tough model will cut down competing models down to size is another feather in Samsung’s cap. Google’s Motorola for one is facing the heat from this direction. That the Samsung Galaxy S4 will not break down or stop functioning due to pollutants or minor damages is an open challenge to Google‘s abilities.

The bond between Samsung and the guys at Google is a bit complicated. Google is definitely a bit on edge over the issues of a product created by Samsung that furthermore shows great tensile strength. The Samsung Galaxy S4 is also being touted for the military and this has the makers jumping for joy. It is precisely this act which has other big guns like Apple and Blackberry highly worried.

This was actually a race that was on between all the competitors. The first one to build a phone with a tough exterior would win the sweepstakes that this economic game held in store for the brave contender. It seems like Samsung just might have made it to the finish line in the nick of time.

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