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Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro™ (AT&T)

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 72 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by big screen It needs to be a liitle bigger have eye trouble but can't afroad a bigger one October 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by great phone great phone for price designed great would buy again upgraded from rugby 3 love the military grade phones . September 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best phone I have ever owned. I bought this specifically because I wanted a tough phone that could take a beating. I was terrified of buying a touch screen because I am so clumsy. :P I had previously owed the Rugby clam shell phone and that had lived up to it's claims from Samsung, so I decided to take the risk. I have dropped the phone multiple times on pavement, and the screen is still in perfect shape (though I do have one of those scratch-resist slips so that may have prevented scratching). The phone has served as a mobile computer and I do quite a bit of useful work on it thanks to the relatively powerful processor. The ONLY gripe I have, the only reason I did not give the product 5 stars for performance and design, was that they did not build in a way to upgrade the ram (the fast stuff which is built in, not the flash SD ram) which is technically standard, but for such an expensive phone, that kind of capability would be nice. But then they'd have people who'd pay the slightly lower amount to upgrade their ram rather than buy the next (and more expensive) model. The phones capabilities would be greatly improved with more memory, but then again, maybe I am a niche -user with special needs. Oh well. Still a great piece of engineering. September 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stylish and Sturdy Lost my Samsung Rugby Pro phone during a visit to Chicago during one of their snowy periods. This was heartbreaking because I finally had a phone that I was really happy with. My Rugby screen displays vibrant pictures and is large enough to make texting easier for me.. Almost two weeks later my daughter called and said her neighbor saw a cell phone in her driveway and brought it to her door. Apparently I dropped it when getting out of the car and nobody saw it until the snow finally melted My daughter didn't even consider it being my phone. She plugged it in and my screen immediately lit up, she was shocked. My Samsung survived the snow and probably getting run over a few times too. September 4, 2014
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