Late last month we heard that a press render of the Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 has been released, revealing its raging design. The Galaxy Xcover 5 could also be the company’s first powerful device to boast 5G connectivity.
The Samsung Galaxy Xcover 5 appeared in a press render we still haven’t heard anything from Samsung about the Galaxy Xcover 5, the smartphone has gone one step further with the launch with the receipt of Bluetooth Sig certification.
Two variants of the same phone were approved by Bluetooth today. There is a dual-SIM variant with standard LTE-enabled Galaxy Excover 5 bearing model number SM-G525F, as well as model number SM-G525F_DS. No other specifications have been released by the regulatory body but previous leaks have given a fairly detailed picture of what the next rugged phone will hold for customers. The previous one of the spotted last month on GeekBench with the Exynos 850 SC, 4GB RAM, and Android 11.
The photo was shared by leaker Evan Blass, who claimed that the Xcover 5 is not the successor to last year’s Xcover Pro, but has a follow-up to the Xcover 4 back in 2019.
The Galaxy Xcover 5’s rumored spaces include a 5.3 “HD + LCD, 4GB storage, microSD card slot, and 16MP primary and 5MP selfie camera and comes with an NFC chip onboard. It will be IP68 dust and water-resistant, will carry the MIL-STD-810G certificate and 3,000mAh user-replaceable battery that will charge up to 15W via a USB-C port, and expected to cost around €300.