Galaxy XCover 7 is getting closer to launch


A new strong smartphone from Samsung is almost ready for release. The Galaxy XCover series is a range of tough phones and tablets the firm has introduced over the years. The Galaxy XCover 7 may be the next phone in the series. There have already been several leaked photographs and details of the gadget, so it appears that a launch may be imminent.


The Galaxy XCover 7 has been observed on the FCC and NBTC websites, after its appearance in the Bluetooth SIG and Geekbench databases. The device revealed its identity (Galaxy XCover 7) when it entered the NBTC certification database with the product number SM-G556B. Based on its model number, the gadget could be based on the Galaxy A55. The smartphone was made in South Korea, according to the certification paperwork, and it can handle 4G (LTE), 5G (NR), 3G (WCDMA), and 2G (GSM) communications technologies.

The Galaxy XCover 7 smartphone has an FCC certification that states that it has a 4,000mAh battery—specifically, 3,950mAh—and supports 25W rapid wired charging. The certification also discloses NFC and 5G compatibility. Through these two certifications, no other details on the impending tough smartphone have been made public. The phone may have a detachable battery and features a dedicated action button.

As per prior leaks, the MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ chipset and 6GB RAM of the Galaxy XCover 7 are included. It is expected to receive three or four major Android OS upgrades and come pre-installed with One UI 6.0, which is based on Android 14. The Galaxy XCover 7 looks to have slimmer bezels than the company’s last line of tough phones. It is expected to have an IP68 certification and a shock-resistant design that complies with MIL-STD-810 G.

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