The Cat S62 is probably the most ordinary-looking rugged phone. That alone is a pretty big accomplishment. This device doesn’t have any screws, angles, or curves that look too weird. It looks like any other regular smartphone, but it can still protect against dust, shock, water, vibration, and temperatures that are too high or too low.
- Display: 5.7 Inches
- RAM: 6 GB
- Storage: 128GB ROM, expandable via microSDTM card up to 256GB
- Camera: 12MP dual sensor and Front-facing 8MP sensor
- Battery: 4000mAh
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The CAT S62 Pro has a 5.7-inch TFT LCD with Gorilla Glass 6 and no notch at all. About 2mm of bezel is on the left and right, and about 10mm is on the top and bottom. This gives the screen-to-body ratio of about 69%, which isn’t too high. The colours are nice, and it seems bright enough for everyday use, but like most smartphones, it’s hard to see in direct sunlight. The resolution is 1280 x 2160, which is better than HD but not as good as Retina. I don’t have any problems with the screen, but it’s also not something I would spend a lot of time praising.
Overall, the Cat S62 Pro feels like a regular smartphone with a case, but it doesn’t need a case at all. I like the textured back cover and the matte grey metal frame. Even the antenna lines fit in pretty well. Buttons click and give good feedback when you touch them. Even if it’s completely dark, you won’t confuse the power button on top with the volume buttons because it has a lot of texture.
The FLIR Lepton 3.5 professional-grade thermal imaging sensor built into the Cat S62 Pro is the best thing about it. It has the highest resolution of any consumer smartphone sensor, with 4 times as many thermal pixels as the previous generation. Thermal imagery can be added on top of images from the device’s 12MP dual-pixel Sony camera or used with FLIR’s variable intensity MSX (Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging) technology, which adds linear detail from the scene. It is important to note that the Cat S61’s laser-assisted distance measurement feature has been replaced by the thermal imaging system.