The Galaxy XCover 6 Pro, a new ruggedized phone from Samsung, will shortly go on sale. Over the past few weeks, this phone has been the subject of rumors and leaks, so we are somewhat familiar with its specifications. There are currently some fresh leaked images of the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro, courtesy to Evan Blass.
Samsung used to just cover its most recent flagship models with armor and refer to them as Active devices. The company now manufactures a distinct and less feature-rich line of tough phones known as the XCover phones.
These phones offer tough phone characteristics that enable them to endure hard situations. They are constructed of durable materials that won’t break or crack. Additionally, they have IP certifications and mil-spec ratings. They are designed for industry and construction operations. locations where a cute little Galaxy S22 Ultra could suffer damage.
Advertisement CURRENTLY, IMAGES OF THE GALAXY XCOVER 6 PRO ARE LEAKING. We already know that this phone will be durable and that the battery will be replaceable. But now that Evan Blass has tweeted about it, we are aware of how this phone will look.
Several advertisements for the phone are displayed in the tweet. First, here is a picture of the phone’s front and back. The phone is displayed to have water and dust on it. This is highlighting the IP dust and water resistance.
We can also see the general beauty of the design in this picture. The rear is rough, and the frame is covered with a thick layer of rubbery or plastic substance. See the dual-camera setup on the back.
Advertisement A black and red color pattern permeates the entire design, giving it a modern appearance. Red accents may be seen on the camera lenses, switch at the top, and side buttons. The headphone connector at the top is another noteworthy feature.
The other pictures give us a side view of the phone. Additionally, a picture shows us that this phone supports Wi-Fi 6 and 5G.
SPECS AND RELEASE DATE FOR IMG4IMG5IMG6 It is anticipated that the XCover 6 Pro would have a 6.56-inch AMOLED screen (most likely 1080 resolution). It will use a Snapdragon 778G SoC as its processor, along with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
Advertisement There are still a few weeks to wait before Samsung releases this phone, which is scheduled for July 13.