The Samsung Galaxy S8 Active appears to be headed for Sprint, judging by a tweet by @evleaks. That would bring the number of carriers in the US to offer the rugged smartphone to 3 after the Active launched on AT&T and a recent post by the same leakster suggested T-Mobile will follow.
Samsung's Active versions of the flagships have typically been exclusive to AT&T in the US, but this is set to change this year.
Oddly, the chronology of the tweets is a bit off - the T-Mobile one came out first, and the screenshot shows November 22, presumably the launch date. The Sprint one from today says November 17. So not that long of a wait, then.
Is this phone available for Asian countries?
I'm sorry but there's a free market and you have a choice what to buy. There are resistant phones by CAT and other brands that offer same protection
I have A Sony Xperia Z, X and x compact. I would switch to Samsung so fast if there was S8 active in Europe...