Most people were getting one of the advanced S8 Active phones of Samsung planned signing up with AT&T. If you haven’t yet switched carriers in making sure your phone can survive a hiking trip without any case. Now, you might probably don’t have any option. The Samsung has now confirmed that the Galaxy S8 Active will be available at T-Mobile and Sprint during the last quarter of November, with the latter selling it online on 17th and in stores on 22nd November 2017. You won’t be able to get the desert-themed Titanium Gold color, but you will get everything else as your AT&T friends have since the month of August 2017.
The S8 Active shares much in common with the standard S8, such as 64GB expandable storage, cameras and the processor. It has been considered an advanced design and it can take a robust bumper-clad design. It can take falls from up to 5-feet high and its flat 5.8-inch screen is especially designed to shatter-resistant. Basically, the dust and water resistance have been considered a part of the package. There is just one internal change and it is a major one, as the Samsung S8 Active offers a hefty 4,000mAh battery instead of 3,000mAh on the regular S8 phones and it should last through day-long adventures. Sprint hasn’t yet provided detailed pricing, but T-Mobile will sell the Galaxy S8 Active for $30 per month over 2 years and $100 down.