The Galaxy XCover 7, a smartphone that replaces the Galaxy XCover 6, which was released last year, has been formally introduced by Samsung. The new smartphone is versatile and has a sturdy build for businesses and enterprises. The Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 can function flawlessly in challenging environments. The phone also has a larger RAM for better performance and 5G wireless network access.
Better performance, a better primary camera configuration, a larger screen, and sharper resolution are all features of the Samsung Galaxy XCover 7. With its MIL-STD-810H certification and IP68 water resistance, it is built to meet industry standard. The phone has Gorilla Glass Victus+ protection for the display and can function in difficult environments. The phone’s battery is easily changed by the user if necessary. The phone features a 6.6-inch FHD+ TFT screen with a 60Hz refresh rate. The phone can be operated by someone wearing gloves thanks to the screen’s increased touch sensitivity.
Samsung claims that the unidentified 6nm octa-core processor, which may or may not be the Dimensity 6100+, powers the new Galaxy XCover 7 rugged smartphone. The Galaxy XCover 7 has 128GB of internal storage that can be expanded to 1TB using a microSD card, along with 6GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 has a 50MP rear camera and a 5MP front-facing sensor. In addition, the phone has standard Dolby Atmos audio, an adjustable XCover key, and barcode scanning capabilities using Knox Capture.
The 4,050mAh battery of the Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 is replaceable if necessary. Its measurements are 169 x 80.1 x 10.2 mm, and its weight is 240g. In addition, the phone has a USB-C port, POGO pins, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Out of the box, the Samsung Galaxy XCover 7 will run One UI 6 and Android 14.
Cost and Availability
By the end of January 2024, the phone is expected to hit the market. The Galaxy XCover 7 smartphone’s pricing and worldwide availability have not been disclosed by Samsung.