Samsung is known for its flagship phones made using glass and metal materials. The Korean conglomerated also has a line of rugged of smartphones under Galaxy Xcover series. The latest of that lot, Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 with model number SM-G390F has paid a quick visit to the Geekbench benchmarks listing website.
Samsung adds a new phone in the Xcover line every two years. Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 (SM-G390F) is the long due upgrade to the 2015’s Galaxy Xcover 3.
As per Geekbench’s listing, the Galaxy Xcover 4 runs a quad-core Samsung Exynos 7570 chipset paired with 2GB of RAM. We hope that this phone packs at least 16GB or 32GB built-in storage considering Xcover 3 packed a measly 8GB of internal storage.
The Galaxy Xcover 4 runs Android 7.0 Nougat at the core with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI layered on top of it.
Previously, Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4’s model number SM-G390F appeared at a Wi-Fi certification listing.
The salient feature of the Xcover line is the water and dust resistance. Unlike most rugged phones which tend to look ugly, the Xcover series follows a trendy design of keeping the handset slim. Of course, there are types of grooves and texture on the phone to give it the best grip possible.
The Galaxy Xcover 3 has a 4.5-inch display with 480×800 pixel resolution. Running Android 4.4 Kitkat, the Xcover 3 packs a quad-core 1.2GHz chipset coupled with 1.5GB of RAM. This phone houses a 2,200mAh non-removable battery. Considering these specifications, the Galaxy Xcover 4 should have a decent hardware bump along with 4G LTE support.
Samsung Galaxy Xcover 4 (SM-G390F) may take centre stage at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017 which kicks off on February 27 in Barcelona, Spain.