By Andrew Grush May 21, 2013 0 17 115 8 Back in April, Caterpillar’s Cat B15 arrived in the United Kingdom and several other European countries such as France, Spain, Portugal and Norway. Now it looks like the phone will soon be making its way over to the United States as well.Advertisement The North American version of the Cat B15 will be shown off at CTIA tomorrow, though it is largely the same as the international version. The biggest difference is that the phone will now support both GSM 850/1900 and the AWS bands 1700/2100. Otherwise the B15 packs the same extremely rugged, grippable anodized aluminum and rubber body. Other specs include a 4-inch display, dual-core 1GHz MediaTek MT6577 processor, a 5MP back cam, VGA front cam and the ability to withstand a six foot drop. It’s water resistant as well, for those keeping track. As for the OS, the phone comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The specs aren’t exactly exciting, but they should be more than capable of handling the job as long as your needs aren’t too demanding. The big question is when the phone is coming, and how much it will set you back. Right now Caterpillar is still working to find retail partners and carriers for the launch, so no specific date seems set. We can tell you that the company plans to sell the phone for around $350, unlocked. If they do end up with a carrier as a partner, that basically leaves just AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S., considering this is a GSM phone. For those that need an extremely durable handset, would you consider purchasing the Cat B15? 0 17 115 previous postRumor: Galaxy Note 3 with Android 4.3 scores almost 28K in AnTuTu benchmarknext postShould you buy the Galaxy S4 Google Edition?