Samsung Rugby Smart with screen protector
|Compatible networks||AT&T Mobility|
|First released||United States March 2012|
|Predecessor||Samsung Rugby II|
|Successor||Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro|
|Related||Samsung Galaxy W|
|Dimensions||122.4 mm (4.82 in) H
65.9 mm (2.59 in) W
12.2 mm (0.48 in) D
|Weight||125 g (4.4 oz)|
|Operating system||Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread, Android 4.04 / 4.1.2 via CyanogenMod|
|System on chip||Qualcomm Scorpion|
|CPU||1400 MHz Qualcomm Scorpion, ARM7|
|GPU||Qualcomm Adreno 205|
|Memory||512 MiB LPDDR2 SDRAM|
|Rear camera||5.04 MP (2592×1944 px max.)
Video recording (3GP or MPEG4)
|Front camera||1.31 MP (1280×1024 px max.)
Video recording (3GP)
The Samsung Rugby Smart (SGH-i847) was a ruggedized Android smartphone manufactured by Samsung, for use on the AT&T Mobility network. The phone was 4G capable, but lacked LTE support. It was dust and vibration resistant, as well as waterproof to a depth of 1 meter (3.3 ft) for 30 minutes, earning the phone an ingress protection rating of IP67.
In October 2012, Samsung and AT&T announced the Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro (SGH-i547), a successor to the Rugby Smart that includes similar durability and also ships with a scratch-resistant screen, something its previous model lacked. This rugged smartphone has passed military specification tests, like surviving blowing rain and sand, high humidity, and thermal shock. It comes with the push-to-talk features, but has LTE capability and a faster 1.5 GHz processor running Android 4.0 ICS.
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