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Samsung Galaxy S6 Active AT&T Ad Shows Life Simulator


The Samsung Galaxy S6 Active, which is an exclusive device by AT&T. As Samsung removed the IP67 certification in the Galaxy S6, which was previously present in the Galaxy S5. For this reason, those, who want a waterproof and dustproof device, will have to go for the Galaxy S6 Active.

The Galaxy S6 Active is protected by IP68 certification. According to the IP68 certificate, the device can be submerged in water up to a depth of 4.92 feet for up to 30 minutes, and can survive a drop from a height of up to 4 feet, making the device dust-proof, as well as shock-proof.

The Galaxy S6 Active can sustain temperature variations, humidity, and pressure variations at various altitudes. Moreover, the Galaxy S6 Active features a rugged, plastic design on the contrary to the premium metal design of the regular Galaxy S6.

For the promotion of this exceptional smartphone, AT&T has produced a commercial that demonstrates the exceptional capabilities of the Galaxy S6 Active, through a life simulator. This clever and interesting advertisement can attract numerous buyers.


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