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alaTest has collected and analyzed 154 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the build quality and usability. The reception and battery are also appreciated. There are some mixed reviews about the screen. The value for money and portability get critical opinions.

design, battery, reception, usability, build quality

responsiveness, camera, features, portability, value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the CATERPILLAR Cat B15 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analysed 26 user reviews of CATERPILLAR Cat B15 from The average user rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Mobile Phones on

size, battery, reliability

88% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Cat B15 Android 4.1 Ruggedised IP67 Certified UK Sim Free Smartphone CAT B15 Ruggedised Tough Smart Phone

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The brand that made your boots has a new Android phone

Durable ; MicroSD support ; Surprisingly good looking ; Waterproof

Weak processor ; Low-end camera ; Just 3G

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The CAT B15 is the first Android smartphone from the industrial machinery company and it's ready to take whatever you can throw at it

Sturdy, solid design ; Uncluttered Jelly Bean ; Dual-SIM functionality

Poor screen resolution ; Meagre storage space ; Substandard camera

The CAT B15 is a niche handset and, as such, is very easy to pin down for a verdict. It's unquestionably one of the best rugged handsets we've looked at and will stand up to the rigours of outdoor usage whatever the weather. The inclusion of Jelly Bean...


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The Cat B15 tough Android smartphone makes you feel just a little bit more macho.

Looks good for a ruggedized phone ; Dust, water and drop proof ; Dual SIM support

Fairly expensive ; Middling spec ; Battery sometimes pops out when it's dropped

The display's default brightness level was a little bit dim for our liking and although it has an automatic brightness setting it seemed a tad slower than most handsets to respond to changing lighting conditions. Controlled manually, however, and the...

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The CAT B15 is water, dust and shock proof, but unlike some tough phones it boasts a 4-inch touchscreen and Android Jelly Bean software. It's strong enough to put up with a tough life on a building site, while letting you enjoy apps and games from the...

Water, dust and shock proof ; Runs Android Jelly Bean ; Dual SIM card slots ; Expandable storage

Very poor screen ; Lacklustre performance ; Unimpressive camera ; Bigger and fatter than most 4-inch phones

The CAT B15 doesn't have the sort of specs and performance that'll tempt hardcore smart phones to splash their cash. Its water- and shock-proof design, however, will help it appeal to builders and other burly workers who want to enjoy swiping at apps,...

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Rugged handset impresses with durability, but it's an unlikely smartphone

Just as durable as Caterpillar claims, quirky design, good battery life, expandable storage, runs Android

Laggy at times, dull screen, only 4GB of internal storage, design won't appeal to all

For those willing to throw £300 at a phone that will easily withstand dirt and scratches, the Cat B15 is a great choice, but for those after a phone that is both a rugged device and an Android smartphone, we'd probably advise taking a look at the...

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Cat B15 Review


It's a sad fact that, if you choose to go for a traditional "tough" or "rugged" phone, people have often pointed and laughed at you. Oh, come on, don't pretend. It's true. Deep down you also know that you've cut [...

Editor / Founder of Coolsmartphone. I’m the one who films hands-on videos in the car. :) News, reviews, gossip – anything phone / tablet related – I love it.

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MWC: Caterpillar Cat B15 hands-on review


We get our mitts on Cat's rugged Android smartphone

Cat tells us that the B15 smartphone will be available in the UK via Phones 4U in March, priced at around £299.

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do not own


processor, camera, bulky

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Water, dust and shock proof


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