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The Samsung Galaxy S6 Active has been teased again

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Active has long been the thing of rumour and speculation, and now the waterproof handset has been teased again.

Having made a premature appearance on Samsung’s own website earlier this week, the upcoming device has now been hinted at by American network provider, AT&T.

Taking to Twitter, the US cellular service proclaimed: “Only one thing is missing from your workout. It’s almost time to activate your full power.”

Accompanied by the above image, which features the cut out of an as yet unannounced handset, it has been suggested that this tease relates to the S6 Active.

Given the lack of official word from Samsung, however, we must suggest that these claims be taken with a punch of salt for now.

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Recent Galaxy S6 Active leaks have suggested the ruggedised device will play host to the same 5.1-inch 2560 x 1440 pixel QHD display as its flagship sibling. The S6’s 3GB of RAM and 16-megapixel, OIS-enhanced camera are also expected to feature.

Where the device will differ, however, is with a new shock and water resistant body that is IP68 certified. This means it can be submerged in 1 metre of water for up to 30 minutes without succumbing to a liquid-based demise.

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