The Galaxy XCover Pro 2 will be Samsung’s first 5G-resistant phone
Samsung Galaxy X Cover Pro will be introduced and released in 2020 and now after two years, it is said that the South Korean giant plans to introduce the successor of this phone with the name of Galaxy X Cover Pro 2. Quoted from GizmoChina, Samsung’s new rugged phone has the model number SM-G736B and supports 5G connectivity.
If this report is true, the XCover Pro 2 will be the first 5G smartphone in It will be the Galaxy XCover series. Needless to say, all models, including last year’s Galaxy XCover 5, which have been launched on the market, support 4G LTE communication network.
Unfortunately, information from this Samsung phone is not available. However, predictions can be made based on the specifications of the previous generation Xcover models. Like other Galaxy XCover phones, the Galaxy XCover Pro 2 is likely to come with a user-replaceable battery.
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Samsung rugged smartphones are generally designed for corporate and field work. Thus, the replaceable battery allows them to replace the discharged battery with a charged one and maintain communication almost without interruption for dozens of hours. Additionally, the upcoming Galaxy Xcover Pro 2 is expected to receive monthly security patches and is likely to come with Android 12 will be released.
As for the hardware, no specific details have been released yet; But it should be mentioned that Xcover Pro and Galaxy A51 use the same Exynos 9611 chip, and on the other hand, Xcover Pro Pro 2 and the upcoming Galaxy A53 can use the Exynos 1280 chip.