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Samsung’s next Galaxy XCover phone makes an early Google Play Console appearance

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Rugged phones seem to offer fairly solid specs

It’s been a while since Samsung offered it Rugged active edition It’s one of the flagship Galaxy S smartphones, but even if the average modern smartphone is too weak to take part in an adventure, the company covers you with XCover’s rugged device lineup.Last year to us Galaxy XCover 5And recently, there is a ton of evidence pointing to the sequel to the 2020s. Galaxy XCover Pro.. At least that’s the way to go, but the new list of Google Play Console suggests that this hardware may arrive under a different name.

The product name “xcoverpro2sq” displayed here is in line with previous expectations, but the marketing name associated with the list is Galaxy XCover6 Pro. This sounds more appropriate to be honest, as it provides better continuity. Adding that Pro brand at the end may bring up your eyebrows, but the list of impressive specs for your device makes sense, at least for a rugged phone.

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Google Play Console entry ( MySmartPrice) Mentions the Snapdragon SM7325 that powers this hardware. Snapdragon 778G — Not the most powerful chip out there, but a solid entry with a good balance between battery efficiency and performance. Based on the 1,080×2,400 resolution and 450ppi density listed, it sounds like you’re looking at a screen of about 5.8 inches, but it’s a bit small. Earlier rumors suggested.. Either way, you’ll almost certainly get something bigger than the 5.3-inch Galaxy Xcover 5.

As for the design, you can see the Infinity-U screen surrounded by a thick bezel, perhaps for added protection from drops. The phone should probably arrive running Android 12 in the form of One UI 4.1. When it comes to release plans, your guess is as good as ours — hopefully we’ll hear something from Samsung soon.


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