Cat is a company that is better known for its heavy duty construction equipment, but the company also makes some Android-powered smartphones. The Cat S60 is the latest offering from the company, and it happens to be the world's first smartphone to feature a built-in thermal camera. While this may not be a mass appeal type of feature, it will come in handy for a number of people.

The S60 is a rugged smartphone featuring a 4.7-inch display that is covered with Corning's Gorilla Glass 4. The display will work when your fingers are wet, as well as when you are wearing gloves, which is great for those using it in a variety of workplaces. When it comes to these specialized phones, often times we see the specs on the lower side, but that isn't the case here.

Internally, you'll find a Snapdragon 617 octa-core processor paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of on-board storage. Out of the box the S60 will run Android Marshmallow, which is a big deal considering many other well-known smartphones are still launching with Lollipop.

The dedicated FLIR thermal camera comes equipped with MSX technology which allows the camera to take still pictures, capture panorama and video and much more. The S60 will be made available later in 2016 in both the UK and U.S., and will be priced at €649 and $599 respectively.