Samsung's newest rugged phone for AT&T comes with a removable battery and an absurd price tag

Mainstream high-end smartphones can do a lot of cool things nowadays, but if you’re not very careful, it’s almost ridiculously easy to damage a $1,000+ mobile device. Of course, it wasn’t always like that, and although not all companies used to sell rugged alternatives to their primary flagships, one such lineup proved relatively popular for a while.

Unfortunately for fans of Android handsets built like tanks, Samsung never followed up 2017’s . Instead of an Active variant of the S9, S10, or S20, the tech giant did unveil the , as well as the . 

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