Galaxy XCover6 Pro unveiled — rugged 5G smartphone with removable battery

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Samsung has a line of rugged smartphones, but all existing models are designed to work on 4G networks. Now the Korean manufacturer has a new 5G-enabled smartphone – Galaxy XCover6 Pro, which has the characteristics inherent in the devices of 2022. It has a modern processor, a large display with a high refresh rate, a 50-megapixel camera and the latest version of Android.

Being protected by IP68 and MIL-810H standards, Galaxy XCover6 Pro has rather big dimensions (168.8×79.9×9.9 mm) and weight (235 grams). It features a 6.6-inch FHD+ PLS display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The screen of the smartphone is very sensitive to touch, it can be used with wet hands or even gloves.

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The Galaxy XCover6 Pro is built on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G platform. RAM in the device 6 GB, internal – 128 GB. The latter can be expanded using microSD cards. A battery with a capacity of 4050 mAh with 15 W charging support is responsible for battery life, which can be easily replaced thanks to a removable plastic panel. The software uses Android 12 with a proprietary One UI 4.1 interface, Samsung DeX support and a speaker volume boost function.

The smartphone has a dual main camera with 50 MP and 8 MP sensors. At the front, there is a 13MP front camera with a waterdrop notch. Among other features, it is worth highlighting the presence of a programmable Push to talk (PTT) button, which allows you to use your smartphone as a walkie-talkie. There is also NFC and a 3.5 mm jack.

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Samsung did not disclose the cost of its new product, since the announcement took place on the company’s German website, but some resources call the price 600 euros (approximately 33,640 rubles). The Galaxy XCover6 Pro is expected to be officially launched on July 13 along with the Galaxy Tab Active4 Pro tablet.

Source: Trash Box

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