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The Samsung Galaxy S5 Active stands up  to a dip in the shallow end. Get it exclusively at AT&T. Watch the full video and other experiments here.

Meets US MIL-STD-810G for water-resistance. Submersible up to 1m (3 ft) of water for up to 30 mins with covers tightly closed.

This summer, take an underwater selfie with a Samsung Galaxy S5 Active.This phone can stand up to a dip in the shallow end. Get it exclusively at AT&T. Watch the full video here.

Meets US MIL-STD-810G for water-resistance. Submersible up to 1m (3 ft) of water for up to 30 mins with covers tightly closed.

Beach lovers, relax. The Samsung Galaxy Active stands up to sand. Get it now, only at AT&T. Watch this experiment and more here.

See the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active stand up to a group of clumsy toddlers. Get it now, only at AT&T. Watch the full experiment and others here.
Meets MIL-STD-810G for shock-resistance (drops ≤4 ft. on flat surface). May not perform as shown in all extreme conditions.

See the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active stand up to a group of clumsy toddlers. Get it now, only at AT&T. Watch the full experiment and others here.

Meets MIL-STD-810G for shock-resistance (drops ≤4 ft. on flat surface). May not perform as shown in all extreme conditions.

If your Samsung GalaxyS5 Active somehow falls into the hands of 2 sumo wrestlers, it’s all good. Get it only at AT&T. See the video and watch other experiments here.

Meets MIL-STD-810G for shock-resistance (drops ≤4 ft. on flat surface). May not perform as shown in all extreme conditions

Watch the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active stand up to a sumo wrestling match. Get it today, only with AT&T. See the full experiment and watch more videos here.

Meets MIL-STD-810G for shock-resistance (drops ≤4 ft. on flat surface). May not perform as shown in all extreme conditions

Watch the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active stand up to a sumo wrestling match. Get it today, only with AT&T. See the full experiment and watch more videos here.

Meets MIL-STD-810G for shock-resistance (drops ≤4 ft. on flat surface). May not perform as shown in all extreme conditions