In that case, the X Venture might be the phone for you. Exclusive to AT&T, the 5.2-inch hset might not be able to keep up with the G6 in the speed department (it only features a Snapdragon 435 processor), but what it lacks in performance, it makes up for in durability. According to the tech specs, the device has passed 14 separate MISTD 810G tests, a U.S. military stard that address things like intense pressure, extreme exposure, heavy vibration, harsh weather conditions. The X Venture’s Full HD screen is encased in Gorilla Glass 4 surrounded by a metal frame textured, slip-proof rear case. It has a trio of physical buttons beneath the display a 16Mrear camera will snap high-quality images in the toughest terrain. And for selfies, there’s a 5 Mfront-facing camera. Additionally, there’s 32GB of storage, a microSD slot, 2GB of RAM, but the real killer feature is its battery. has crammed a 4,100mAh battery into the X Venture, which is estimated to get 24 hours of talk time 30 days of stby. But when you factor in its low-grade processor, it should be a battery beast, easily lasting through a full day of heavy G use fitness tracking. To that end, expects that the X Venture will appeal to outdoor enthusiasts. It has built in quick access to apps tools most useful to adventure seekers, including weather, barometer, Health, compass, flashlight, stopwatch, as well as a hy Glove Mode that lets you operate the screen when your fingers are covered. It’s a unique trick that can be turned on off by double-pressing the home button, though warns that your mileage will vary based on the type of gloves you are wearing suggests “thin material gloves 2mm or less” for optimal results. The X Venture comes in black chocolate brown, will be available at AT&T stores beginning May 26. y this matters: ts of the focus when it comes to Android phones rests on the flagships, but with more than 2 billion active users, they only represent a fraction of total device sales. The rest of the lscape is comprised of more niche products like the X Venture. And we’d really like to see a 4,100mAh battery become the stard for flagships.