Samsung recently announced that it has launched the Galaxy XCover 6 Pro, a rugged mobile phone for enterprise use, and has added 5G networking capabilities, as well as Wi-Fi 6E specifications with faster connection speeds.
Galaxy XCover6 Pro can be used in various extreme environments. This device complies with the US MIL-STD-810H certified design and supports IP68 waterproof and dustproof. At the same time, it can also resist the impact force of vertical drops from a certain height, and can even be used while wearing gloves or in wet environments such as rain. In addition, the Galaxy XCover6 Pro is also equipped with a POGO charging specification design.
In terms of specifications, the Galaxy XCover6 Pro adopts a 6.6-inch, Full HD+ resolution design and supports a 120Hz frame refresh rate LCD screen. It is protected by Corning Gorilla Victus tempered glass, and the processor adopts Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G. With 6GB of memory and 128GB of storage capacity, it can also be expanded through a micro SD memory card, and the battery is detachable and corresponds to a 4050mAh power specification.
In terms of cameras, it is equipped with a 13MP F2.2 front camera, and 50MP F1.8, AF + 8MP F2.2, Ultra-Wide + Flash rear cameras.
The operating system adopts Android
12 and OneUI operation interface, and it also supports Samsung Knox encryption protection. Users can also use the device as an enterprise-grade barcode scanner through Knox Capture or as a walkie-talkie through its push-to-talk, which now comes with a louder-than-ever speaker volume. There is also a built-in DeX desktop operation mode, which is convenient for users to connect the screen, mouse, and keyboard for desktop-like operation.
The Galaxy XCover6 Pro will be available in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East in July this year, with more markets to follow.