Best Rugged Smartphones 2019 -Top 10 Rugged Phones

If you are looking for a Best Protected smartphone with a powerful battery a huge screen, a powerful processor equipped with a good camera in 2019. then you have come to the right place. These phones are suitable for tourists, hunters, fishermen, people engaged in manual work in adverse conditions. In this video, you will get to know these top-ranked rugged smartphones that can survive under Water (IP68), Dust, Drops, Pressure and sometimes even drops from a large altitude and they are also shock-absorbers as well. Fortunately, the best-protected smartphones of 2018 unleashed the opportunity to for us to remain confident in the smooth operation of your devices in any situation. please check out the list of Best Rugged Smartphone you can buy in 2018.

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1.Cat S61

2.Cat S60


3.AGM X2


4.Cat S41


5.Blackview BV9000 Pro


7.Kyocera DuraForce Pro

8.Ulefone Armor 2

9.OUKITEL K10000 max

10.vernee Active

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✅Best Bezel-Less Smartphones with huge screen 2019:

1.Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S (

2.OnePlus 6 ( NEX S(

4.Elephone U Pro (

5.Huawei P20 Pro (

6.Oppo Find X (

7.Sharp Aquos S2(


9.ASUS zenfone 5Z (

10.Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro (

37 Replies to “Best Rugged Smartphones 2019 -Top 10 Rugged Phones”


    I bought brand new of s60 and did not use it for up to a month but the screen when dark. Blue screen! Indicator light shows the phone is on but no display on screen. The product does not meet the ads that convinced me to buy. A complete waste of money.

  2. faus simo

    Broke my cat s60 yesterday… a month after warranty. Slipped from my hand fell on a smallrock in a parking screen shattered. Speakers were shit, reception was shit, it caught water damage (changed under warranty last year). It still took alot of bad treatment before it dies i guess it was worth the money. l'll try to change the screen myself on it when i receive my ulefone armor 6.

  3. matt coady

    cat b15 was really good till i ran it over with a 3/4 ton 10 times. works still just looks like a banana the sonim is ok as its the only one Rodgers carries thats free. now you have to buy direct from cat if you want there rigs.

  4. Dan Videman

    I have cat s41 , i like the phone, good battery life and very durable. I work at constructions. But the camera fucking sucks! Its like vga quality.. how can i make it better.

  5. Ch Pe

    The Oukitel phones don't support American 4G and they practically have no customer service. I'm specifically looking for the largest Mah phone i can find that will support American 4G and it appears to be the AGM X2.

  6. A Wolff

    love the idea of this video but its too long and u basically just used each company's promo video instead of actually testing and talking about the pros and cons to each device

  7. Raven Wood

    I have a phone from 1951 here in Northern California because we Dont have Cell tower's anywhere and there is No Cell or GPS service for about 150 plus Miles , So all these phones are completely useless for people like myself who live at 8,000 feet …I only get a dial up internet here as well as the 20 somewhat schools too….More than Half of the Country doesn't have cell or GPS service and lets keep it that way !!☆☆☆

  8. Al Ernst

    I have the Cat S60, and have had several issues with battery life. Compared to my wife's Samsung S8 it only lasts half as long under the same conditions and usage. Had to send it away for warranty work as the battery/CPU were overheating, warranty people did a decent job. They seem to have resolved this issue, but battery life is still my biggest complaint about the phone. Otherwise, it's pretty cool.  
    Was looking at the S61 but think I'm gonna wait and see what some of the actual users of the phone have to say before I pull the trigger.

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