Samsung is working on a new rugged smartphone under its XCover lineup. The renders and the design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy XCover series handset were leaked on the web a couple of months ago. A couple of days back, the Google Play Console listing for the handset revealed that it will be marketed as Samsung Galaxy XCover6 Pro. Now, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy XCover6 Pro has been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification website hinting toward an imminent launch.
The Bluetooth SIG listing once again confirms that the upcoming rugged phone from the Korean tech-giant will be marketed as the Galaxy XCover6 Pro. To those unaware, the upcoming XCover series handset will be a successor of the Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro which was announced in 2020.
The Bluetooth SIG listing for the handset also reveals the model number of the device, which are SM-G736B, SM-G736B_DS, SM-G736U_NA_XAU, SM-G736U1_NA_XAA, and SM-G736W_NA_XAC.
Samsung Galaxy XCover6 Pro: Specifications and Features
The Galaxy XCover6 Pro was previously spotted on the Geekbench benchmark database and the Google Play Console database. The database listings had confirmed that the upcoming XCover series smartphone will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor, Adreno 642L GPU, and 6GB of RAM. The handset is also confirmed to ship with Android 12.
The Google Play Console listing for the handset had confirmed that it will come with a Full HD+ resolution display, 1080 x 2408 pixel resolution, and 405ppi pixel density. An earlier report claimed that the device will offer a 6.56-inch AMOLED display. The handset is said to be eligible for 4 years of Android OS upgrade. It might measure 169.5 × 81.1 × 10.1mm.
The Galaxy XCover6 Pro will offer a dual rear camera setup and a dual-tone LED flash. The handset might offer a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a Type-C charging port.
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