CAT60 VS N1 Photos!

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Rob
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CAT60 VS N1 Photos!

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Hey guys,

Here are good pictures of the N1 and the CAT S60 next to the N1:

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Re: CAT60 VS N1 Photos!

#2 Post by Karl Klammer »

can you comment on usability, signal reception and "real life" battery life?
I was looking into CAT phones about two years ago and settled on a samsung xcover,
as reviews suggested that the CAT UX needed polishing at that point in time.

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Re: CAT60 VS N1 Photos!

#3 Post by Rob »

This S60 is the best phone I've ever owned!!!! The battery is seemingly infinite.... I talk about 8,000 minutes a month on it too! That's 20 days total on business about 6 - 8 hours a day.

Signal where I'm at is piss poor on T-Mobile but that's cuz I'm out WAY west of Chicago and T-Mobile sucks. I had to put it into 3G only mode at my house and it works much better.

I used ATT in it as well and ATT is MUCH better as their network is better. Nothing to do with the phone though. ATT doesn't work at my lakehouse at ALL either though so I'm keeping T-Mobile for now. If this phone worked on Verizon I'd switch back in half a heartbeat but it's not a CDMA phone!!!

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~Rob - Rugged Depot
~Cell: (630)/300-8877~
~Owner - Toughbooktalk~
~Fully rugged Toughbook user since April 18th 2005~
~FZ-40ACAAHKM - Primary Toughbook / Workstation as of 7/29/22
~Win10 Pro (Win11 DG), Intel Core i5-1145G7 (up to 4.4GHz), vPro, 14.0" FHD Gloved Multi Touch, 16GB, 1TB Samsung SSD, Intel Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, 4G EM7690, GPS, Quad Pass (BIOS Selectable), Mic and Infrared 5MP Webcam, Standard Battery, TPM 2.0, Emissive Backlit Keyboard, Dual Batteries, USB A + HDMI + Serial X-PAK, Shoulder Strap, Flat~
~AT&T Business 1GB Fiber 1GB/1GB business static line~
~Gamber & Johnson Platinum Partner~

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http://downloads.toughbooktalk.com/
http://www.rugged575.com - 300' UHF GMRS Radio Repeater
http://www.crete600.com - 310' UHF Linked GMRS Radio Repeater


~Emergency preparedness starts with reliable communication systems above all. Pretend the internet and cell phones didn’t exist, how will you communicate? If you’re interested in learning more, ask me!~

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