1. Xperia Z2
The Xperia Z2 is the only flagship on this list. While it isn’t completely shockproof, it is impressively waterproof, with one device surviving at least 6 weeks on the seafloor in Sweden.
2. Nokia 3310
Just because it is old, doesn’t mean this phone can't take the heat. Despite being a mass market device, this plastic brick was notorious for being completely indestructible. Cracked screen? Hah! With the Nokia 3310 you might have a cracked floor.
3. Kyocera Brigadier
While the iPhone 6 doesn’t have a sapphire crystal display, this rugged phone does. Not only is its display top of the line, it is also fully waterproof and shock-resistant. In fact this phone is designed for dirty building sites, making it possible to be used even with wet fingers, or gloves.
4. Samsung Convoy 3
Clamshell phones aren’t exactly popular anymore, but if you are going to buy one, why not buy the most durable. The Convoy 3 is completely waterproof, dustproof and shockproof, and even can double as a walkie-talkie for simplified voice communications.
5. Cat S50
Nothing screams durability more than a phone made by a tractor company. The Cat S50 has military-grade rugged design, making it perfect for use, well, anywhere. Despite this, it still features high-end specs and the latest Android 4.4 Kit Kat release.
6. Xperia Go
Built along the chassis of Sony’s popular Xperia Z series, the Go has even more protection against the elements. Indeed it is the most waterproof mass-market smartphone on the market at the moment.
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