Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 revealed in leaked information with price

This rugged Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 from the company has been in the news since November 2020.

South Korean tech giant Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy XCover 5 shortly. This rugged smartphone from the company has been in the news since November 2020. Before its official introduction, all specifications were published.

The Galaxy XCover 5 spec leak comes from Roland Quandt of Winfuture. It just released its entire spec sheet for the Galaxy A72 4G and press renders over the weekend and is already back with another Samsung device.

Full specifications for the Samsung Galaxy # XCover5. Not the most exciting update, but it’s a purely business-oriented device. (Note: teaser picture is the 4s, not the 5) https://t.co/Z7Jx6YQ1AD

– Roland Quandt (@rquandt), February 15, 2021

According to him, this next device from Samsung will have a 5.3-inch TFT-LCD panel with a resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels (HD +). However, don’t expect it to be a device as usual, as like most rugged smartphones, it should have large frames.

Related: Samsung Galaxy A72 4G revealed in renderings and we already know the prices

In addition, it is powered by an Exynos 850 chipset with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. For strangers, this chipset is intended for low-end smartphones and we can find it on the recently announced Samsung Galaxy M12.

For photography, this phone has a single 16-megapixel sensor with a f / 1.8 aperture on the back and a 5-mega-pixel front camera with a f / 2.2 aperture. Other features of this robust smartphone are a microSD card slot, NFC, Samsung Pay, Samsung Knox and Android 11 with a user interface 3.x.

Being a rugged device, it is certified as mil-STD-810G for durability, ip68 for dust and water resistance, and powered by a 3,000 mAh replaceable battery with 15W fast charging support.

Last but not least, the Galaxy Xcover 5 will initially only be sold to companies and costs less than 300 euros in Europe.

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