The smartphone provides the most popular communication options. There is a Bluetooth 5.0 module, NFC for contactless payments, Wi-Fi in the 802.11a/b/g/n/ac standard operating in the 2.4 and 5 GHz band and navigation supporting GPS, Beidou, Galileo and GLONASS systems. There is a round fingerprint scanner and a FLIR sensor on the back panel. I had no problems with any of these elements.
From the physical connectors we have USB-C (USB-OTG) and slots for SIM and microSD cards. Unfortunately, there is no universal headphone jack.
The quality of connections in CAT S62 Pro is at a good level. The microphone had no problems picking up my voice, and interlocutors could hear me loud and clear. Video calls via Skype/Facebook Messenger, i.e. with the use of the front camera, were equally seamless. It is worth adding that CAT S62 Pro supports both VoLTE and WiFi connections. Unfortunately, it is not possible to record voice calls.
Memory and performance
The smartphone is equipped with 128 GB of built-in memory - of which the user actually has 107 GB after the first start. It is an eMMC memory, so relatively slow - for a smartphone for almost 3,000 we should definitely get UFS memory. In addition, at the expense of one of the SIM cards, you can install a microSD card with a maximum capacity of 256 GB.
The specification does not knock you on your knees, but in fact we are not dealing with a smartphone in which performance would be a priority. The smartphone drives Snapdragon 660, a Qualcomm processor, which was produced in the 14 nm process and made its debut really long ago - in May 2017. It is supported by the Adreno 512 chip and 6 GB of RAM. This combination provides sufficient performance on a daily basis, although the responsiveness, smoothness and speed of the interface are not very exciting. I suspect that this is due not only to the processor, but also to free memory. In practice, I noticed some slowdowns mainly when working with many applications. CAT S62 Pro is noticeably worse when playing, which can be seen mainly in the smoothness of the animation (Real Racing 3 and Asphalt 9). On the other hand, the so-called "casual" games are not a challenge for him. It is worth adding that the reviewed CAT does not tend to heat up during intensive work.