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Samsung Galaxy S8 Active review: Come for the ruggedness, stay for the battery

Samsung's 'Active' line continues to carve out its own little niche for fans of high-end rugged phones. The quick take Don't think of the Galaxy S8 Active as a legitimate improvement over the standard GS8 — because it isn't. Think of this as the best rugged phone choice for those who want something really tough but don't want to compromise on performance, display, camera or other features.
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