The Galaxy XCover 6 Pro was introduced with a Snapdragon 750G processor and a replaceable battery


The Galaxy XCover 6 Pro was introduced with a Snapdragon 750G processor and a replaceable battery

The Galaxy XCover 6 Pro was introduced with a Snapdragon 750G processor and a replaceable battery

After numerous leaks, the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro has finally been officially announced today. according to Sammobile, Samsung has just confirmed that it plans to make the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro available in July in select markets across Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Previously, the mentioned company had announced the release date of XCover 6 Pro and Tab Active 4 Pro on July 13.

Galaxy XCover 6 Pro recently appeared on Samsung Germany’s online store; But not available for purchase yet. The details of the price remain unknown and the rumors report a price tag of 600 euros.

The smartphone XCover 6 Pro is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor. This means it should be able to perform better compared to the mid-range Galaxy A53.

Samsung’s new rugged phone has decent camera settings; But it does not benefit from OLED screen technology. Its edges are thick and the Infinity-V notch can be seen on the screen.

Galaxy XCover 6 Pro from the structure MIL-STD with IP68 certificate (resistance against dust and water) and two programmable physical buttons.

The device has a replaceable battery and includes instructions and pictures showing how to remove and install a new battery. Also, Samsung Xcover 6 Pro supports features such as Single Take mode and Super Steady video recording (with very little vibration) and Samsung DeX feature.

  • Galaxy Samsung’s Xcover 6 Pro will probably be the most powerful rugged phone with a replaceable battery

Samsung will release more details about its price and availability soon.

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